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Washington Capitals 4 Winnipeg Jets 2 (Jets 28-26-5, road 14-15-1) – The win was the sixth straight game that the Caps have beaten the Jets, snapping the Jets winning streak at three. The Jets have still won nine of 12, and five of seven on the road. They are 2-1 on this four game trip, with three straight games against Eastern Conference teams. They close with a divisional game in St. Louis Saturday afternoon. (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). Then its the Olympic break with the Jets back in action on Feb. 27 at home against Phoenix. With Vancouver losing, the Jets still sit two points out of the eighth and final playoff spot in the west. The Jets will close with 22 games in 44 days. Troy Brouwer and Bryan Little exchanged goals in the first, as the period ended 1-1 with shots favoured the Jets 14-11. Braden Holtby stopped the initial shot by Little, but the rebound bounced in off Martin Erat. For Little it was his 18th of the year. Andrew Ladd assisted on the goal to extend his point streak to four games, 1-4-5. The Jets took the lead in the second on a nice three-way passing play between Olli Jokinen, Devin Setoguchi and Dustin Byfuglien, Byfuglien getting the goal, his 13th of the year. Jets outshot the Caps 16-7 in the second. The third period started with the Caps on their fourth power play of the game, but they were unable to beat Ondrej Pavelec. But they seemed to build momentum off the man advantage with Tom Wilson tying the game at 3:38. Then the leagues top goal-scorer Alex Ovechkin poked home a loose puck for his 40th of the year to give the Caps the lead. Toby Enstrom was tied up in front with Nicklas Backstrom who ended up on top of Pavelec, but the goal stood. Late in the period Brouwer with his second of the night put the game away. Caps outshot the Jets 12-6 in the third as the Jets appeared to run out of steam. The Jets had 50 hits in the game, 12 by Mark Stuart. Enstrom led the Jets in ice time at 25:07, Byfuglien in shots on goal with six. The Caps came into the game leading the NHL in power play goals, but the Jets penalty kill was again terrific, going four for four.?? In the last five road games the Jets are 16-for-16 on the PK. For the first time since Paul Maurice took over, Stuart and Jacob Trouba were on the minus side of the plus-minus stats. After not getting a power play in Carolina, the Jets just had one in this game. “They got some breaks and bounces,” said Maurice post-game. “Proud of our effort through two periods, couldnt make it three. We spent a lot of energy on the four penalty kills. They got better in the third, their “D” got involved. Well leave this game here and move on.” During the break the Jets have planned an outdoor practice that is free to the public at the Forks on Feb. 23. Laken Tomlinson Jersey . 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A lovely summer day in England with abundant sunshine and minimal wind allowed him to attack Royal Liverpool.ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Mike Babcock wasnt on the ice at Michigan Stadium himself, so seven minutes into the Winter Classic the Detroit Red Wings coach asked star Pavel Datsyuk how he thought things were going. "He said, Well, were being too careful with the puck, " Babcock recalled. "But he said, we got to be because youre scared to turn it over theres so much snow." Snow built up amid frigid temperatures throughout the game, which the Toronto Maple Leafs ultimately won 3-2 in a shootout to jump ahead of the Red Wings in the standings. The conditions didnt make for the prettiest fundamental game, but the spectacle of having a capacity crowd of 105,491 at this venue set such a picturesque scene that it overshadowed those shortcomings. "I dont know if you would call it a gem from a pace standpoint," Leafs coach Randy Carlyle said. "The weather definitely changed the way it was presented with the snow coming down, and it brought back a lot of memories from a childhood of playing outside." Even after watching Tyler Bozak score the shootout winner against his Red Wings, Babcock was beaming and talking about how glad he was to participate in an event that set the NHL attendance record and might have been enough to make the Guinness Book of World Records. It didnt even bother him that the snow slowed the puck and the players down. "I thought that was a big part of the atmosphere in todays game to make it even more special," Babcock said. "To me, today was a home run for hockey." It was -11 C when the puck dropped at 1:31 p.m., and snow fell steadily throughout the game, which featured goals from James van Riemsdyk and Bozak for Toronto and Daniel Alfredsson and Justin Abdelkader for Detroit. Coaches remarked that the snow had the biggest impact on power plays, based on how long they came after the crew was able to shovel the ice. "The NHL did a good job keeping the ice as clean as possible," said Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf, whose shot was deflected in by Bozak to give Toronto the lead in the third period. "Its an experience. Its an outdoor game, in the middle of winter youre going to have snow." That was commissioner Gary Bettmans message afterward, as well. This is the first of six outdoor games in the NHL this season, and inevitably the weather makes an impact. In this case, Bettman was satisfied with how "ice guru" Dan Craig and others handled the conditions to make this game playable. "Were playing outdoors and thats what you get when you play outdoors. When you get the elements, you get the elements," Bettman said. "You could tell as the logo started getting more covered when we needed to shovel. It actually looked like synchronized swimming, so to speak. They did a great job. Listen, whatever the conditions were, it was the same for both teams." The conditions led to some sloppy play, especially a slow start as players had to feel out the conditions. The Leafs beat the Red Wings in a shootout Dec. 21 at Air Canada Centre, but this was uglier because of the snow. "You lose the puck every once in a while because you get stuck in the snow, or you cant find it," Red Wings defenceman Brendan Smith said. "The game was a lot simpler because you had to make smart decisions." Some smart deccisions came from the Leafs top line of van Riemsdyk, Bozak and Phil Kessel, which produced both goals in regulation.dddddddddddd After the game, Kessel and van Riemsdyk were named to the U.S. Olympic team, along with Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard, who made 24 saves in a losing effort but bounced back from his five-goal outing Monday in Nashville. "I dont know if it was a low point for him, but Howies better than that," Babcock said. "So for him to respond today, he didnt have a lot of work, but he had some tough plays. And the way the puck was bouncing, it was hard anyways for a goaltender." It was hard on Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier, too, but he was up to the task in making 41 saves through regulation and overtime. Thats a record for an NHL outdoor game, surpassing the Calgary Flames Miikka Kiprusoffs 39 in the 2011 Heritage Classic. Bernier said the visibility was bad in the first period, and then the wind became the problem in the second when the teams changed ends. In the shootout, he figured he had an edge because players couldnt stick-handle as well. "I tried to play the odds with the ice advantage, probably, as a goalie," said Bernier, who stopped Alfredsson and Tomas Tatar in the shootout. "I tried to take away the angles and be more aggressive a little bit and hopefully they go for the deke and miss the puck." Datsyuk didnt miss, but neither did Joffrey Lupul or Bozak, and so the Leafs moved one point ahead of Detroit in the Eastern Conference wild-card and Atlantic Division standings. Babcock was so pleased with his teams effort, specifically how much they held on to the puck, that he addressed players after the loss, something he rarely, if ever, does. "The conditions made it so some of the skill in the game was eliminated, but I still thought the players competed hard," Babcock said. "It was a good game for our team. So all in all it was a good day." Given the enormity of the proceedings, it was a good day all around. But it was naturally better for the Leafs because they got the victory. "Its a tight conference for us," Bozak said. "We havent been playing our greatest lately, so it was huge two points for our team. So I think that was the main thing. We had to take it as a regular game. Obviously there were some distractions, but we needed these two points back, and were happy we got them." NOTES -- Alfredssons goal was his 34th in 82 career games against the Leafs. The previous 33, along with 38 of 39 assists versus Toronto, came when he was captain of the Ottawa Senators. According to Elias Sports, the 34 goals are the most any active player has scored against the Leafs. ... After making John-Michael Liles a healthy scratch, the Leafs traded him to the Hurricanes in exchange for fellow defenceman Tim Gleason. Carolina also got prospect Dennis Robertson in the deal. ... Defenceman Mark Fraser and forward Frazer McLaren were the other healthy scratches for Toronto. ... Alfredsson returned to the Red Wings lineup after missing Mondays game at Nashville because of back spasms. He replaced Darren Helm. ... Canadian broadcaster CBC had technical difficulties for part of the third period. The outage was filled by an American broadcaster until the problem was fixed before overtime. ' ' '
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