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The Wild managed just 37 shots through six periods here, while the Jets have enjoyed back to back 40-shot nights. “They’re going to be tough.” When submitting content, please abide by our submission guidelines, and avoid posting profanity, personal attacks or harassment.
Media: “What did you think of your matchups, coach? Too deep, and just too much, these Jets appear to be for the boys from Minny.
” Boudreau: “I think all the matchups were hurting us tonight.” And so it went, the media chasing the magical, elusive elixir, the way the Wild had chased Winnipeg around the Minnesota zone for most of 60 minutes in Game 2. They’ve played six periods of hockey in this Round 1 series, and Minnesota’s leading scorer — 42-goal man Eric Staal — has three shots on goal and less points (zero) than Jack Roslovic (two) and Joe Morrow (one).
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Send links to your mailbox of the others in the chatroom so you can contact them easily. You can find a forum relating to your interests or create your own.“We’ve got to find it now,” said Mikko Koivu, of the famous hockey family from Turku, Finland.“We’ve been strong all year long at home and for sure now it changes — you go home and you got your home crowd going. We’ve got to regroup here.” No one is quitting, of course, in a Wild room full of professionals.Turn on Live Call and members can call your phone to chat without exposing anyone's phone number. The message will be waiting in your mailbox the next time you call Live Match. Anne is a widely published author and a popular guest on radio and television talk shows nationally. From the blazing fast Nikolaj Ehlers, to that Finnish rifleman Patrik Laine, to a six-foot-five set-up man in Blake Wheeler who spins away from checks like he’s Patrick Kane, this was a clinic on what the Winnipeg Jets can do to you when they have all hands on deck.