The Winnipeg Jets managed to weather the storm when the Montreal Canadiens dumped a barrage of shots and then it took the Jets just 36 seconds in overtime to end the game

Paul Stastny’s overtime goal brought Winnipeg’s 2-1 win over Montreal and extended the Jets’ winning streak to four games

“I think overtime is a crapshoot, especially three against three, right? So you might as well go out and play aggressively, ”said Stastny

Nikolaj Ehlers also scored for Winnipeg (13-6-1) The Jets were victorious, although they were outbid 41-21. Connor Hellebuyck scored 40 saves at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg

“I was able to get a good flow I thought the guys in front of me blocked a lot of key shots tonight and really controlled where the shots were coming from. Plus we controlled the rebounds I think the whole team’s defense was in ours tonight Middle very solid, “said Hellebuyck after the game

Nick Suzuki scored for Montreal (9-6-5) while goalkeeper Jake Allen scored 19 saves in defeat
Montreal’s winning streak is now at five games The streak includes consecutive losses for the Jets Montreal had a 3-1 lead in Winnipeg on Thursday night before the Jets scored five unanswered goals en route to a 6-3 win

Despite the defeat, Suzuki said head coach Dominique Ducharme had told the team they were going in the right direction and that they deserved a better one on Saturday night

“I thought we played a great game, beat her a lot, had a lot of chances I just didn’t come out on the right side of the scoreboard,” said Suzuki

Ducharme is still looking for his first NHL victory as head coach The Quebecer was appointed interim coach on Wednesday after Canadians sacked Claude Julien and deputy head coach Kirk Muller

In the affair on Saturday evening, both teams failed in the opening phase, but Montreal doubled Winnipeg’s total shot and led 14: 7

Neither team had to pay a fine until two minors were present in the second phase Jeff Petry was serving time for both violations in Montreal

When Petry was sitting in the penalty area for his second penalty, Ehlers opened the scoring with a power play goal. Jets striker Andrew Copp won a faceoff in the offensive zone and flicked the puck behind him. Ehlers was the first to put it in for the eleventh time the season pushed past everyone

Suzuki replied almost five minutes later with his fifth goal of the season The goal was supported by Joel Armia and Ben Chiarot While the striker was on the left of the goalkeeper, he pushed Hellebuyck’s puck into the net still him

“It was one of those goals that you managed to get 99 out of 100 (times) that it won’t go”I got interested in the topic that seems to be a topic this year,” Hellebuyck said

The Canadiens and Jets got stuck in the third, but it was Montreal that put the most pressure on the Canadians outperforming the Jets in every period, including the third when they led 14-2

When the game went into overtime, it took Stastny just 36 seconds to get the puck past Allen and give the Jets the win.Ehlers shot a shot into the net that ran towards the goal line after beating Allen, and Stastny then pushed it in

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