The "whiteout" crowd of more than 15,000 were chanting "Go Jets Go" and waving white towels before the puck even dropped. The start time for the Street Party will be announced once the NHL confirms the start time of the hockey game.
That's because the only thing you can buy after the Jets took a 2-0 lead over the Wild in their first-round series is that Minnesota's roster features too many mentally weak players who decided the best way to handle adversity on Friday was to disappear.
If head coach Paul Maurice chooses to give him the night off, however, the team might go with Steve Mason (5-8-8 record, .906 save percentage, 3.24 goals against average).
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That new confidence was shockingly apparent in the second period, when the Jets completely took over the game. "I try to shoot as many pucks as I can and if they're cheating on me then Mark is going to be open and they have to pay for it".
Laine is, of course, the No. 29 Boudreau was referencing.
It was a goal by Erik Haula that broke the 1-1 tie and made a comeback look even more hard for the Kings moving forward.
The Winnipeg Jets were on fire down the stretch of the regular season and they kept it going by winning the first two games of this series.
"I thought (Game 1) was pretty physical, and I think that's going to continue all series". The Kings' goal-scorers have been non-existent, with only Paul LaDue finding the back of the net in two games.
Once Greenway started to play with more physicality against the Jets, he found a rhythm.
Staal, who led the Wild with 42 goals during the regular season, only tested Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck once in the game. It's a tall order, but first thing's first: Figure out where the goals are, and find a way to get players like Anze Kopitar on the scoreboard.
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They've had momentum for about five minutes so far in this series.
It's status quo for the Vegas Golden Knights in the post-season. Scoring their lone goal in game two was Zach Parise, which was his 2nd of the postseason and 17th of the year. The team's had to kill penalties just 7.2 minutes per game over their last 10 outings.
"I get nervous once a year, and whether I'm playing or not, it's this time of the year because it's playoff time", Walz said.
The Wild managed just 37 shots through six periods here, while the Jets have enjoyed back to back 40-shot nights. The Leafs will be without Nazem Kadri as a result of a three-game suspension for his hit on Bruins winger Tommy Wingels, and that will make it that much tougher for the Maple Leafs to make a statement in Game 2. Same players. Same line combinations.
The Jets scored the game's final two goals, with Morrow's shot from the point making it to the net.
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Scheifele converted on a power play with 2:23 remaining in the second period.
He was also asked about that after the game and whether he was - and still is - out to prove something about himself.
Byfuglien is starting to look a lot like he did during the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs, when he led the Chicago Blackhawks with 11 goals and seemed to repeatedly come up big in key moments.
Police tweeted out Friday a reminder that officers would be checking bags for "unacceptable items such as alcohol, drugs, weapons and Minnesota wild merchandise".
Greenway, however, stopped short of finishing his check along the boards Wednesday night, looping back the other way and allowing Byfuglien to move the puck up the ice unimpeded.