June 12, 2024


Jeremy Swayman stopped 28 pictures for the Bruins.

Winnipeg Jets’ Neal Pionk, Vladislav Namestnikov (7), Nino Niederreiter (62) and Cole Perfetti (91) have a good time Niederreiter’s aim within the second interval. (John Woods/The Canadian Press by way of AP) AP

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Nino Niederreiter scored a pair of power-play targets and had an help to assist the Winnipeg Jets defeat the Boston Bruins 5-1 on Friday night time.

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Winnipeg’s Gabriel Vilardi prolonged his goal-scoring streak to 5 video games with a aim and one help, whereas Josh Morrissey and Adam Lowry additionally scored targets. Mark Scheifele contributed a pair of assists for the Jets, who’ve factors in 5 consecutive video games and are 8-1-1 of their previous 10 outings.

In addition they stretched a franchise document by holding opponents to a few or fewer targets in 22 consecutive video games.

Connor Hellebuyck made 24 saves to assist Winnipeg end a four-game homestand 3-0-1.

Boston defenseman Brandon Carlo spoiled Hellebuyck’s shutout bid with 5:38 remaining within the third interval. The Jets didn’t clear the puck and Carlo’s shot on internet went in off a Winnipeg participant.

Jeremy Swayman stopped 28 pictures for the Bruins, who fell to 1-1-3 of their previous 5 video games. Boston had received six straight conferences with Winnipeg earlier than Friday’s loss.

Morrissey put the Jets on prime with a aim with 7.8 seconds remaining within the first interval, placing dwelling the rebound of Vilardi’s shot.

Vilardi made it 2-0 when he banged the puck in from the facet of the web at 11:17 of the second interval. Niederreiter made it 3-0 with a power-play aim from the facet of the web with 2:29 remaining within the interval.

He scored his second power-play aim with 19 seconds remaining within the third interval.


Jets: Journey to Chicago to face the Blackhawks on Wednesday.

Bruins: Play the second of a back-to-back set Saturday in Minnesota.