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Game 2

Winnipeg Jets
@ Anaheim Ducks

Saturday, April 18th, 2015, 7:30 PM PDT
Honda Center

TV: FS Prime, NBCSN, TVA, SN
Radio: AM 830

Your Enemy: Arctic Ice Hockey

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Numbers for Nerds:

During the CNBC/SportsNet broadcast last night (a perk of being an out-of-state fan), the broadcast made a comparison that showed just how inexperienced this Jets roster is when it comes to the postseason. Anaheim's three big scorers, Ryan Getzlaf (81), Corey Perry (74), and Ryan Kesler (57) have played in a combined 212 playoff games, not including Thursday's Game 1. Winnipeg's entire roster, on the other hand (a list of 31 guys, mind you) have played 276 games between all of them. That's an average of 70 postseason games for the Duck hotshots, and only eight for any given Jet.

Team Records

Ducks: 1-0
Jets: 0-1

Ducks Team Leaders:

Scoring: Corey Perry (2 goals-2 assists-4 points), Ryan Getzlaf (1-2-3), and Sami Vatanen (1-2-3)
TOI: Francois Beauchemin (22:33), Hampus Lindholm (21:40), and Ryan Getzlaf (21:16)
Possession (5v5 FF% aka USAT%): Francois Beauchemin (71.43%), Hampus Lindholm (70.37%), Emerson Etem and Ryan Getzlaf (66.67%)

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[Ed Note: Dude.... Hampus and Beauch.... -CK]

Jets Team Leaders:

Scoring: Drew Stafford (1-0-1), Adam Lowry (1-0-1), and Mark Stuart, Jacob Trouba, and Mark Scheifele (0-1-1)
TOI: Tyler Myers (24:16), Toby Enstrom (21:36), and Dustin Byfuglien (20:51); Andrew Ladd leads forwards (19:07)
Possession (5v5 FF% aka USAT%): Michael Frolik (61.11%), Bryan Little (57.14%), Andrew Ladd and Jacob Trouba (50.00%)

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Goalies:

Ducks: Frederik Andersen (1-0-0, .926 save percentage, 27 shots against)
Jets: Ondrej Pavelec (0-1-0, .879 save percentage, 33 shots against)

Power Play:

Ducks: 67%, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry with one PPG each
Jets: 0%

Penalty Kill:

Ducks: 100%, no shorties (yet)
Jets: 33%, also no shorthanded goals