Winnipeg, MB (SportsNetwork.com) – Ryan Getzlaf scored the go-ahead goal
during a big second period for the Ducks, and Anaheim posted its seventh
straight win, 4-1 over the Winnipeg Jets.
Jakob Silfverberg and Nate Thompson also lit the lamp in the second period for
the NHL-leading Ducks, who equaled their season-best winning streak. They also
ended Winnipeg’s eight-game points streak (5-0-3) by beating the Jets for the
second time at MTS Centre in less than a week.
On Sunday, Kyle Palmieri’s tally with 53 seconds elapsed in overtime lifted
Anaheim to victory.
This time, it was Anaheim capitalizing on the power play and also in short-
handed situations. Thompson and Andrew Cogliano scored short-handed, with
Cogliano’s going into an empty net with 1:15 left. Silfverberg’s goal came on
Frederik Andersen turned aside 27 shots for Anaheim.
Bryan Little scored on the power play for the Jets, who have lost two in a
row. Michael Hutchinson made 27 saves.