Sports Hellebuyck sets goalie record in Jets 4-1 win

05:20  08 april  2018
05:20  08 april  2018 Source:   MSN

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Connor Hellebuyck made 31 saves to tie the record for victories in a season by an American goalie and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Calgary Flames 2- 1 for their fourth straight victory. "Yes, because we're tied, right, with Tom Barrasso? We need one more ( win )," Hellebuyck said.

Hossler sets 11-under target at GC of Houston. Sung Kang WDs during R2 of Houston Open. The Bruins converted on just one of their four attempts on Hellebuyck . The Jets goalie now has a 40-11-9 record with a 2.38 Hellebuyck has now won six straight starts for the Winnipeg Jets .

a group of people performing on stage in front of a crowd© Provided by thecanadianpress.com WINNIPEG - Andrew Copp scored twice and Connor Hellebuyck set an NHL record for most wins in a season by an American goaltender as the Winnipeg Jets beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 on Saturday.

The 24-year-old Commerce, Mich., goalie made 30 saves to pick up his 44th win (44-11-9), surpassing Tom Barrasso's 1992-93 feat with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Dustin Byfuglien and Kyle Connor also scored for the Jets (52-20-1), who have won five straight and a franchise-record nine in a row at Bell MTS Place.

Winnipeg opens the NHL playoffs next week at home against the Minnesota Wild.

Morrissey, Byfuglien lead Jets past Leafs

  Morrissey, Byfuglien lead Jets past Leafs Morrissey, Byfuglien lead Jets past LeafsAndrew Copp had the other goal for Winnipeg (48-20-10), while Connor Hellebuyck made 28 stops in a battle of the only two Canadian NHL teams heading to the playoffs.

His seven wins tied a U.S. record for most in a single tournament set in 1939.[12] Hellebuyck had been named to the initial roster of Team North America for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.[13]. ^ " Jets call up goalie Hellebuyck from St. John's".

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Connor Hellebuyck made 31 saves to tie the record for victories in a season by an American goalie and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Calgary Flames 2- 1 on Thursday night for their fourth straight victory. Hellebuyck has 43 victories to match the mark set by former

Jeff Glass stopped 35 shots for the Blackhawks (33-39-10), who didn't make the playoffs for the first time since 2007-08.

Brent Seabrook scored Chicago's lone goal.

Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp got a standing ovation in the third period after the announcer told the crowd it was the veteran's final career game. Sharp is retiring after 14 NHL seasons, 11 with Chicago.

Jets and Blackhawks players also wore the word 'BRONCOS' on the back of their game jerseys in place of their own names to honour the victims and survivors of the fatal bus accident Friday involving Saskatchewan's Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.

Winnipeg had mounted a 4-0 lead by early in the second period.

Byfuglien began the onslaught when he scored 13 seconds into a two-man advantage with a high blast from the point at 15:12 of the first period.

Connor beat Glass on a breakaway 34 seconds into the second. It was his 31st goal of the season, which leads all NHL rookies.

Copp put in his eighth and ninth of the campaign, the second a short-handed goal, to make it 4-0 at 6:35.

Seabrook stopped the shutout with a screened shot at 9:08 of the second.

The Jets, who relocated from Atlanta in 2011, also set franchise records for wins, points and home wins (21).

Ron and Don: Jets ‘stirred up’ Wild with late brawl in Game 2 .
Don Cherry took issue with how the Jets reacted in the final seconds, and shared his thoughts on it Saturday night. “They’re so used to losing they get a little giddy because they won the game,” Cherry said of the Jets. “[Minnesota] was all set to go to sleep, fold the tents up just silently…”That’s when a fight broke out and woke them up.With less than 10 seconds left in regulation—and not long after Zach Parise ruined Connor Hellebuyck’s shutout bid with a power-play goal—a scuffle between Daniel Winnik and Brandon Tanevsparked a full-on line brawl.

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