Duncan Siemens, Joe Pendenza, Eeli Tovanen and Matt Donovan scored for Milwaukee, who moved to 23-20-9-1 on the season.
Colin Blackwell and Tyler Gaudet each had a pair of assists for the Admirals.
Troy Grosenick made 27 saves for the Admirals.
J.C. Lipon scored twice for Manitoba, who dropped to 24-22-3-2 on the season.
Skyler Mckenzie, Jansen Harkins and Alexis D'Aoust added singles for the Moose.
Milwaukee got on the board 4:36 into the opening period when a Moose turnover proved costly. Admirals defenceman Duncan Siemens stepped in front of a clearing pass before ripping a wrister past Moose starter Kyle Comrie to make it 1-0 Milwaukee.
The Admirals went up a pair at () when Adam Helewka ended a perfectly executed 3-on-1 by beating Comrie high glove side after Colin Blackwell fed him a perfect pass to make it 2-0.
The goal was his 15th of the season.
Dallas Harkins tied the game 2:47 into the second when he skated over the blue line before snapping a wrister past Comrie.
The reprieve didn't last long however as Joe Pendenza got a hold of a loose puck in the slot and wired a wrister past Comrie at () as the Admirals retook the lead.
Adam Helewka made it 4-2 at 7:19 of the second when he one timed a cross seam pass past Eric Comrie. Eeli Tolvanen made it 5-2 at 13:19, when Anthony Richard found him alone in front of the net.
Tolvanen made no mistake, snapping the disc just under the cross bar to score his 9th of the season.
Moose Head Coach Pascal Vincent had seen enough and pulled Comrie in favor of Mikhail Berdin.
J.C. Lipon scored on a breakaway at 7:06 of the third period, sliding the puck through Admirals goaltender Troy Grosenick's legs to make it 5-3.
Alexis D'Aoust pulled the Moose to within a goal at 13:15 when he took control of the puck in the Milwaukee zone before floating a wrister from just inside the blueline past Grosenick to make it 5-4.
The goal was his 7th of the season.
Matt Donovan scored an empty netter at ().
But J.C. Lipon refused to say die as he swooped in and beat Grosenick with a high shot to make it 6-5 at 18:52.
The goal was his 10th of the season.
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The Senators winger took a saucer pass from Chris Tierney before skating in and beating Winnipeg goaltender Laurent Brossoit with a backhand deke before calmly sliding the puck into a wide open goal.
The tally was his 22nd of the season.
"I put (Chris) Tierney in a bad spot on the blue line and he chips it in and then makes a great pass. Like I joke around that he's skating at half speed at the time, but when you make plays like that you can skate as slow as you want," quipped Dzingel.
"He's been playing really good for us and he's been a guy we leaned on a lot lately," he added.
In fact, Dzingel is enjoying his best NHL season to date and that comes as no surprise to Senators Head Coach Guy Boucher.
"If you look at Zinger, he started his NHL career, he was a little jittery, an extremely fast guy whose vision is probably more limited than it is now. His second year you could see his understanding of the game grew, calming his game down a little bit and that's why you see him making plays a lot more than the last two years."
Mark Stone had a goal and an assist for Ottawa.
Rudolfs Balcers and Matt Duchene added singles for the Senators, who beat the Jets for the second time in the last week.
Anders Nilsson picked up the win, making 23 saves for Ottawa, who moved to 22-31-5 on the season.
Tyler Myers had a pair of goals for the Jets and Brandon Tanev chipped in a goal and an assist.
Laurent Brossoit turned aside 37 shots for Winnipeg, who dropped to 36-19-4.
Mark Stone got Ottawa on the board with a power play marker 1:38 into the game when he hammered a Brady Tkachuk feed past Laurent Brossoit to score his 27th of the season.
Brandon Tanev scored on a shorthanded breakaway just under the three minute mark when Adam Lowry thwarted the Ottawa rush at the blue line before Tanev darted ahead and picked up the disc at the centre red line before breaking in and beating Senators goaltender Anders Nilsson with a backhand deke.
Tyler Myers gave the Jets the lead just 2:37 later when Brandon Tanev hit him with a backhand pass from the corner on his way to the net.
Myers beat Nilsson high glove side to make it 2-1.
The two shorthanded goals by the Jets were the fastest two shorthanded markers in Jets history.
Ottawa tied the game on the power play when Rudolfs Balcers got his stick on a shot from the point and redirected the disc past Brossoit to make it 2-2 at 13:53.
Ben Chiarot appeared to give Winnipeg the lead just fifteen seconds later, keeping the puck in at the Ottawa blue line before skating in and drifting a high wrister past Nilsson but the play was challenged successfully by the Senators as being offside.
With Jacob Trouba off serving a double minor for high sticking, Matt Duchene gave Ottawa the lead 47 seconds into the third on the power play, one timing a Bobby Ryan cross crease feed past Brossoit to make it 3-2.
The goal was his 27th of the season.
Tyler Myers scored on a slapshot from the point at 14:01 to make it 3-3.
The goal was his 7th of the season.
The game went to overtime.
Winnipeg defenceman Tyler Myers, who had a pair of goals in the loss, said there is still confidence in the Jets room despite the losses lately.
"No concern. All of the guys in the room, we have a confident group in what our top speed is, what our top level is. I’ve said it before but sometimes the challenge, when you’ve had so much success and you are where we are in the standings, you almost have to create a little bit of hype for yourself going into a game at this stage. For the most part, we’ve been pretty good at it. Every team goes through a tough stretch at some point. We’re facing a little adversity right now, we’ll get our life back and finish (with) a good last 20 here."
Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice said his club has been struggling lately.
"We are concerned. Going into tonight, it was the first five-game block of the season where we’re under .500 at 2-3. So yeah, you’re concerned."
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The goal was his 30th of the season.
Nathan MacKinnon hit Landeskog with a nifty backhand drop pass which the Avalanche captain skated into before lifting a backhand shot past Connor Hellebuyck to make it 2-1 Colorado.
The win snapped an eight game losing skid for the Avalanche.
Dominic Toninato, J.T. Compher and Sven Andrighetto scored for Colorado.
Matt Nieto had a pair of assists for the Avalanche.
Seymon Varlamov made 24 saves to pick up the win for Colorado.
Brandon Tanev scored for Winnipeg, who suffered their first regulation loss at home in their last ten games.
Connor Hellebuyck stopped 31 shots for the Jets.
Dominic Toninato put Colorado on the board 5:21 into the first period, scoring his first career NHL goal after driving the net hard and snapping up a rebound off a A.J. Greer shot to make it 1-0.
"It felt great," said Toninato. "It felt great getting the first one out of the way and I can just concentrate on playing my game. But most importantly, we got the win. We’ve been struggling for that, so it was nice to get the win and hopefully we can get rolling now."
Gabriel Landeskog scored at 10:29 to give the Avalanche a two-goal lead.
Brandon Tanev cut the Avalanche lead in half when Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov didn't hug his goalpost after and Tanev fired a puck short side after working his way into the Colorado zone with the puck.
The goal was his 12th of the season.
"Just trying to make a simple play to the net and was fortunate to ramp up the defender’s stick and it caught (Varlamov) off guard and it was lucky enough to go in," said Tanev.
J.T. Compher restored the two-goal lead for Colorado 6:12 into the second period with a shorthanded goal.
With Samuel Girard off for a delay-of-game penalty, Matt Nieto hit Compher with a bank pass off the neutral zone boards before Compher skated in alone and beat Hellebuyck with a forehand deke to make it 3-1.
Sven Andrighetto scored an insurance goal at 16:21 of the third period when he one timed a Matt Nieto feed past Hellebuyck.
Colorado Head Coach Jared Bednar said the win was much needed.
"Ya I mean we needed that (win). We needed that bad. And it's not just the win it's the way our team played. Fantastic team effort, real strong commitment to check. All the details of our game and the whole lineup. No passengers. I liked a lot of things we did. Our penalty kill was really good, our top line was going right away."
Jets defenceman Tyler Myers said they expected Colorado to push hard.
"Yeah, we knew they were going to be a desperate team coming in, and they were. Give them credit, they played a good 60 minutes of hockey. We didn’t. I thought we got away from simplifying our game a little bit. But we’ve regrouped and bounced back before. We’ll do it next game," said Myers.
Winnipeg hosts Ottawa on Saturday while Colorado faces St. Louis at home.
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The fourth line centre converted a Mason Appleton feed, firing the disc through Henrik Lundqvist's pads to give the Jets their 8th win in their last 9 home contests.
"It was kind of a 2 on 2 rush. I was just trying to be in the right spot for if that puck did bounce out or if there was a rebound or something. I was just trying to get in that guy’s blind spot, that was covering me, and I was able to kinda get past him. Apps started making a play to the net and I was fortunate to put it in," said Copp.
The Jets fired a pair of goals just under a minute apart in the third period to take the game away from the Rangers, who fought hard to get the lead early in the final frame.
Winnipeg is now 12-0-0 when tied after the second period.
"Yeah, I think what we’re really good at is playing in the other team’s end, so we can kind of grind down a team over the course of 60 minutes. We didn’t have our best for the full 60 tonight, for sure. But we’re confident in our game and we kinda reset after two, we said ‘You know, we’re tied at home, we gotta win these games.’ I think it just says a lot about our confidence and our ability to mentally reset," said Copp.
Joe Morrow scored his first of the season at 5:22 off a slapshot from the right point to tie it before Copp gave the Jets the lead 1:59 later.
Mark Scheifele scored twice and added an assist for Winnipeg.
Joe Morrow also scored for the Jets, who moved to 36-18-3 on the season.
The win also moved them atop the Western Conference standings with 75 points.
Connor Hellebuyck stopped 34 shots for the Jets.
Mika Zibanejad had a pair of goals for the Rangers.
Pavel Buchnevich had the other New York goal.
Henrik Lundqvist turned aside 32 shots for the Rangers, who dropped to 24-24-3 on the season.
Mark Scheifele scored just under five minutes into the first period, converting a Joe Morrow feed from the right point to give the Jets an early lead.
Kyle Connor hit Morrow with a crisp pass from the corner before the Jet defenceman found Scheifele with a cross ice feed which he promptly fired past Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist.
Scheifele made it 2-0 at 18:36, gaining control of the puck just outside his own blue line before skating down the right side boards, pulling the puck into his body before unleashing a wrister, beating Lundqvist blocker side, just inside the post to score his 30th of the season at 18:36.
“It was a great play," said Scheifele. "Obviously he knocked it out of the air, and then he got on his horse to drive the middle for me, obviously cleared a lot of space. I was looking for KC to maybe pop open and it didn’t and it was a great play by Wheels.”
Mika Zibanejad got New York on the board 38 seconds into the second period, scoring from the side boards after his shot went in off of Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba's skate.
With Dustin Byfuglien off for elbowing New York drew even when Pavel Buchnevich redirected a Ryan Strome shot past Hellebuyck at 19:19 to tie the game at 2.
Mika Zibanejad scored just under a minute into the third when he got another fortunate bounce, this time off of defenceman Jacob Trouba's leg and then Josh Morrissey's stick and past Hellebuyck to give New York a 3-2 lead.
The goal was his 25th of the season.
Joe Morrow tied it up on a slapshot from the right point at 5:22, converting a Mark Scheifele feed.
The goal was his first of the season.
Andrew Copp gave the Jets the lead 7:21 into the third, squeezing the puck through Lundqvist's pads to make it 4-3.
The goal was his 6th of the season.
Rangers winger Mika Zibanejad, who had a pair of goals in the contest, liked the way his club battled back.
"I thought we dug ourselves a hole in the first but I thought we battled the last two periods," he said.
"I always say it's nice to see the bounces go in but we didn't win today so it doesn't really matter," he added.
New York Head Coach David Quinn said the game was an uphill battle and one they could have won.
"Really disappointing because I thought for forty minutes we played really well and hard. We dug ourselves that hole in the first period where we were flat and didn't have a lot going on, you know. But I think it's a good sign we battled back. We turned the switch on which isn't easy to do when you play that poorly in the first to come out the way we did in the second and third," said Quinn.
"We've got to be dialed in on that, focus on that and build on that. It was a winnable game for us and disappointing we didn't come out with two points," he added.
Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice said the game went through different phases.
"The first period was a big bulk of the game that we played in Buffalo. It’s the way we played offensively in Ottawa. No, I didn’t care for the second period. But I almost thought we needed… let me rephrase it, we got a real bad break on the 3-2 goal. We had bad break on the first one, we kicked the first one off… we almost needed that to snap back, to go back to what we were doing in the first and then we did that and we were a much better hockey team."
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The goal was his 29th of the season.
"We made some good plays and we get a turnover on the PK there in overtime and we were able to finally catch them (Jets)," said Pavelski. "We got some kills, it was one of those games where it felt like you're on the kill all night and some guys weren't getting to play. You know some guys were getting caught out there for a long time. So the rythym of the game, the flow line to line was challenging I think for guys at times. But at the end of the night we find a big win here."
Logan Couture and Marcus Sorensen also scored for San Jose.
Martin Jones made 36 saves to pick up the win for the Sharks.
Blake Wheeler and Matthieu Perreault scored for Winnipeg, who had their seven game home winning streak snapped (34-16-3
Connor Hellebuyck made 24 saves for the Jets.
Martin Jones turned aside 36 shots for the Sharks, who won their first game on a four-game Western Canadian road trip.
San Jose faces Calgary on Thursday.
Winnipeg travels to Montreal to face the Canadiens.
The game marked a milestone for Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice, who coached in his 1500th NHL game, ironically his first game was against the Sharks as well.
Blake Wheeler scored 3:08 into the first to give the Jets a 1-0 lead.
Josh Morrissey hit the Jet captain with a pass at centre ice before he broke into the Sharks zone on his off wing before beating a screened Martin Jones high glove side by shooting through defenceman Justin Braun's legs.
The goal was his 11th of the season.
Logan Couture tied the contest with a power play marker at 10:54, snapping a wrister past Connor Hellebuyck from the high slot after Joe Pavelski hit the Sharks winger with a crisp pass from the side of the net.
The goal was his 20th of the season.
“Being down just one goal, I thought we were a little bit lucky to be in that spot. (Jones) made some big saves and we got that break on the goal that was called back so wanted to take advantage of that and give ourselves a chance to win the game and that's what we did," said Couture.
The play proved costly to the Jets as defenceman Josh Morrissey suffered a lower body injury when he was hit with the initial shot. He went to the Jets dressing room and did not return.
He hasn't been ruled out for Thursday's game in Montreal.
Matthieu Perreault gave the Jets the lead 52 seconds into the second, following up on defenceman Tyler Myers who was pulling the puck backwards in the slot as the Jet winger skated into the puck and fired a low shot past Jones to make it 2-1 Winnipeg.
The point was the 300th of his NHL career.
Winnipeg appeared to go up 3-1 when Mark Scheifele beat Jones with a one timer from the slot at 9:35 of the second period.
The Sharks challenged and the play was found to be offside.
Marcus Sorensen tied the game 2:35 into the third, beating Hellebuyck just under the cross bar to make it 2-2.
The game went to overtime.
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The Jets are thankful that he did as Roslovic fired three power play goals and added an assist to pace the Winnipeg Jets to a 9-3 win over the Anaheim Ducks Saturday night.
"Yeah. Went off the ice there in the early morning skate but I guess I toughed it out. I guess things like that happen," said Roslovic. "When I got into warmup I felt I pretty good. I warmed it up pretty good in the gym, so it was ready to go."
"Felt good. I’m not a big goal scorer so I haven’t had a hat trick in a while. And to get one in the NHL [was] pretty nice," he added.
All in all it was an epic night for the Jets, who set two franchise records, one for most goals in a period and the other for most goals at home in a single game.
Other numbers are adding up for Winnipeg as well.
The one-sided win over the Ducks was their was their 3rd in a row and 7th straight win on home ice.
Bryan Little scored twice and had an assist.
Andrew Copp had a goal and an assist.
Blake Wheeler and Brendan Lemieux also scored for Winnipeg.
Connor Hellebuyck turned aside 26 shots to pick up the win for the Jets, who won their third straight.
Nick Ritchie, Daniel Sprong and Devin Shore scored for the Ducks.
John Gibson and Chad Johnson combined to stop 22 shots for Anaheim.
Andrew Copp scored 2:07 into the contest, pulling the puck out of the skates of Ducks goaltender John Gibson following a Mason Appleton shot before scoring.
Jack Roslovic scored on the power play at 5:26 on a breakaway, when Jacob Trouba hit him with a stretch pass right at the Anaheim blue line before he broke in and beat him with a high shot.
Blake Wheeler gave Winnipeg a three-goal lead at 12:04, scoring his 10th goal of the season off a backhand deke.
Bryan Little converted a Dimitri Kulikov feed on a 2-on-1 at 15:18 to make it 4-0.
Roslovic scored his second power play marker of the game at 16:33 when Matthieu Perreault moved deep into the Ducks zone before hitting him with a pass at the top of the left circle before beating Gibson with a wrister just inside the left post.
Brendan Lemieux scored on a wraparound late in the first, which chased Gibson from the game as Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle pulled him in favor of Chad Johnson.
Nick Ritchie scored 1:32 into the second to breathe some life into a hapless Ducks squad, who were coming off a nine-day break.
. Daniel Sprong also found the net for the Ducks in the second period, beating Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck on a rush, depositing the puck past him off the left post after he left Jets defenceman Joe Morrow in his wake.
The goal was his 9th of the season.
With Daniel Sprong off for interference Roslovic completed the hat trick with 21 seconds left in the second period, one timing Bryan Little's feed past Johnson to make it 8-2 Jets.
The goal was his 7th of the season.
Bryan Little scored just under a minute into the third to make it 9-2 Winnipeg.
Devin Shore redirected a Jakob Silfverberg shot past Hellebuyck at 12:17 to score Anaheim's third goal.
The Jets power play went 3-for-4 on the night, something that wasn't lost on Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice.
He says having a solid second unit works to his club's advantage.
"More goals. It means more goals. Kind of the history of this year is that Mark [Scheifele’s] unit gets so incredibly hot in that stretch in November and December. I think they ran 47 percent on five games and then after that, went a long stretch where their zone time was way off the charts. They were almost running two minutes at a time. We saw a piece of it tonight. And then it gets to a point where it’s going to bottom out, and that’s just the cycle of a power play. We’ve got good players for another unit, so having that means we’ve got a chance to win games when the inevitable cycle of each line five-on-five or each power-play unit, there’s going to be an ebb and flow and when one isn’t going, the other one can heat up and you can win more games."
Ducks Head Coach Randy Carlyle said his team just didn't compete.
"Well obviously the break had something to do with our sluggishness in the game and they jumped on us. We were way, way to loose in front of our net and giving them opportunities to go one-on-one with our goaltender and really hanging our goaltender out high and dry." "You know they just got multiple chances and scored too many goals from a critical area. The other issue is we looked slow to step to get inside of people and we didn't compete for the puck in a lot of areas. They won more puck battles and they were hungrier than we were to start the hockey game."
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Connor's first tally was shorthanded and one for the highlight reel as Bryan Little's flip pass sprung the Jet winger free as he sped through the neutral zone, leaving Golden Knights defenceman Nate Schmidt in his wake before beating Marc-Andre Fleury with a forehand deke to give the Jets a 1-0 lead.
Laurent Brossoit had a strong night in goal for Winnipeg, stopping 43 shots, his only blemish an allowed goal just over a minute into the third when Brandon Pirri got his stick on a point shot and redirected it past him.
The Jets are getting their money's worth from Brossoit, who signed for an NHL minimum $650,000 for one season to back up starting goaltender Connor Hellebuyck, who was rested on the night and played backup.
He faced 26 shots in the second period alone, a franchise record.
In fact he was surprised he got the start, period.
"I was partly surprised," said Brossoit. "At the same time the competitive edge in me, every time I play well I hope that next came comes sooner and sooner. So yesterday was one of those days where I half-expected it and just looked forward." But that isn't how Jets captain Blake Wheeler sees Brossoit, who picked up his 10th win of the season.
"He’s been outstanding all year. We’ve probably said it a million times now. You can tell he came into camp with a chip on his shoulder. Something to prove. Got an opportunity here and boy has he been a difference maker for our team. He’s one of those guys that’s a driver every day. In practice, and in games. You can tell. His performance, when he’s in the net, he’s been great this year."
Matthieu Perreault and Mark Scheifele added singles for the Jets, who have won their last five home games.
Marc-Andre Fleury turned aside 23 shots for Vegas.
There was no scoring in the first period.
With Joe Morrow off for roughing Kyle Connor broke free, sped through the neutral zone before moving in on Vegas goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury and beating him with a forehand deke to put the Jets up 1-0.
The goal was his 17th of the season.
Matthieu Perreault made it 2-0 Winnipeg 16:23 into the second off a nice individual effort, picking the puck up at the blue line before chipping it past Vegas defenceman Deryk Engelland and beating an outstretched Fleury with a backhand deke.
The goal was his 10th of the season.
Brandon Pirri got Vegas on the board just over a minute into the third, redirecting a Brayden McNabb point shot past Winnipeg goaltender Laurent Brossoit to make it 2-1.
The goal was his 8th of the season.
Kyle Connor and Mark Scheifele added empty netters to seal the win for the Jets.
Vegas went 0-for-6 on the power play on the night, something that wasn't lost on Golden Knights winger Max Pacioretty.
"We had our opportunities. We knew that our power play had to be better to give us a chance and we weren't able to execute. But the chances were there to score goals to get back in the game we just weren't able to execute."
Golden Knights Head Coach Gerard Gallant was blunt in his assessment of the game.
"We played a real good hockey game. We made a couple of mistakes, they buried us," he said. "We kept fighting back and got that early goal in the third and made a game of it, but they played a good, solid game and their goalie was great, obviously."
Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice shared what his expectations are in order to give Brossoit more starts moving forward.
"Less than 45 shots as a starter," said Maurice. "He pulled a lot of weight here tonight. He certainly put him in a position where we can get far more starts out of him."
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The Jets centre followed up on his own rebound and snapped up the loose puck, tucking it just under the crossbar to give Winnipeg to extend their home winning streak to four games.
"I was kind of trying to find a seam to Troubs (Trouba) and ended up just shooting it. I think we were both whacking at it for like four or five seconds and it got right on my stick and I just tried to shovel it up," said Little.
Blake Wheeler, Patrick Laine, Ben Chiarot also scored for the Jets.
Mark Scheifele and Bryan Little extended their point streaks to five games.
Scheifele has 7 points in that span and Little has six.
Brian Gibbons, Rickard Rakell and Andrew Cogliano scored for Anaheim, who lost their 11th straight game (19-18-9).
Carter Rowney had three assists for the Ducks.
Daniel Sprong had two assists.
John Gibson turned aside 28 shots for Anaheim.
Brian Gibbons got the Ducks on the board 2:19 into the first period after the puck took a fortunate bounce off of Jet defenceman Ben Chiarot's skate.
Gibbons shot the puck from the left side boards and Chiarot re-directed it past Connor Hellebuyck to make it Anaheim.
Rickard Rakell scored at 16:14, after Daniel Sprong hit him with a pass as he entered the offensive zone.
The Anaheim centre skated into the puck and unleashed a wrister from the hash marks, which Hellebuyck managed to get a piece of as it hit sailed past him and hit the back of the net.
The goal was his 6th of the season.
Blake Wheeler got the Jets on the board with just under a minute left in the first period when he snapped a wrsiter past a screened John Gibson to make it 2-1.
The goal was his 9th of the season.
"It just changed the momentum a little bit and gave us a little boost," said Wheeler. "That’s the power plays job. They didn’t spend a whole lot of time in our zone in the first and they got a good break on the first (goal). To cut that (deficit) in half going into the first intermission was a little boost.”
Patrik Laine tied the contest 2:24 into the second when he one-timed a Bryan Little feed on a 2-on-1 break past Gibson, beating him high blocker side to make it 2-2.
The goal was his 25th of the season.
Andrew Cogliano made it 3-2 15:48 into the second when he beat Hellebuyck with a sharp angle shot.
The Ducks veteran managed took a pass from Daniel Sprong from the corner as he shifted from behind the net, getting to the goal line before sliding the disc under Hellebuyck's left pad to score his 3rd goal of the season.
Ben Chiarot tied the game at 14:05 of the third period when he got a shot on net from the point and the puck was redirected on it's way to the goal.
The goal was his 4th of the season.
The game went to overtime.
Ducks defenceman Cam Fowler nearly ended the game and the Ducks losing streak early in overtime when he broke in alone on Hellebuyck and made his move, a backhand deke but Hellebuyck got his left pad on it.
"He made a hell of a save," said Fowler. "You know when I'm in tight like that I have to make a 100% sure I guess. It's not a position I find myself in very often but you know hat's off to him (Hellebuyck). He made an incredible save and that one's gonna sting a little bit."
Winnipeg Jets Coach Paul Maurice said Little's overtime tally didn't surprise him in the least.
"So much of what coaches appreciate from players. The nuances of playing off other people. And his role has changed here as Mark Scheifele has emerged as the player that goes with Blake Wheeler. Now he’s playing with two young guys that are absolutely learning the game. Whether that was Nik Ehlers, tonight it was Jack Roslovic, there’s lots to learn, lots to teach. And we still expect him to produce. So he’s made all the adjustments every night, so much of it is just sheer will and determination on his part, that you’re frustrated for him when he’s not getting some results around the net because he feels that pressure, he wants to perform. With Bryan I’ve never had the sense it was about his numbers, that he had a care about that. It was helping the team win, not letting the team down. So I think he had some frustration when there weren’t some points coming, because he felt it in that manner. But he just scores big goals now. He’s got the game-winners, he’s got his confidence back. I thought the Calgary game was probably the peak of the frustration for him because he had so many good seam-looks. But his answer to all of that was just work harder and eventually he was going to benefit."
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