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NHL : ATS Matchup
Friday 11/24/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore



WINNIPEG (13-5-0-3, 29 pts.) at ANAHEIM (10-8-0-3, 23 pts.)
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Friday, 11/24/2017 4:05 PM
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5WINNIPEG-105Ov 5.5,+115-120Ov 5.5,-130
6ANAHEIM-115Un 5.5,-135+100Un 5.5,+110
WINNIPEG - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games13-8-0+5.113-8+5.112-93.328.32.733.8
Team Stats (Road Games)6-5-0+1.66-5+1.65-62.828.12.534.2
Last 5 Games4-1-0+3.14-1+3.12-33.431.82.234.0
WINNIPEG Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)21692819211559411.6%701622.9%110
Team Stats (Road Games)113115790330910.0%37718.9%45
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)51731031115910.7%16318.7%29
Stats Against (All Games) 57162414307098.0%791721.5%93
Stats Against (Road Games) 287136203767.4%46817.4%47
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 11344001706.5%20420.0%21
WINNIPEG - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK (All Games)161549445792.5%011-4+7.311-4-0+79-6
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK (Road Games)7722020291.8%04-3+1.54-3-0+14-3
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK (Last 4 Games)4413112192.4%03-1+23-1-0+22-2
STEVE MASON (All Games)7621519590.7%02-4-2.22-4-0-23-3
STEVE MASON (Road Games)5415614693.6%02-2+0.12-2-001-3
STEVE MASON (Last 4 Games)4311110796.4%02-1+1.12-1-0+10-3

ANAHEIM - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games10-11-0-0.910-11-0.98-122.929.92.936.7
Team Stats (Home Games)6-8-0-3.66-8-3.65-82.732.12.837.2
Last 5 Games3-2-0+1.23-2+1.21-32.626.62.444.4
ANAHEIM Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)2160182020226289.6%641117.2%97
Team Stats (Home Games)1438131213004498.5%51815.7%64
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)513363111339.8%11327.3%20
Stats Against (All Games) 60172020347717.8%881415.9%105
Stats Against (Home Games) 39101413225217.5%58915.5%71
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 12147002225.4%16425.0%23
ANAHEIM - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
RETO BERRA (All Games)41736893.2%01-0+1.71-0-0+20-1
RETO BERRA (Home Games)1066100.0%00-000-0-000-0
RETO BERRA (Last 4 Games)41736893.2%01-0+1.71-0-0+20-1
JOHN GIBSON (All Games)171758954492.4%07-10-47-10-0-27-9
JOHN GIBSON (Home Games)131348945492.8%05-8-4.65-8-0-45-7
JOHN GIBSON (Last 4 Games)4418017094.4%02-2-0.52-2-001-2
RYAN MILLER (All Games)4310610094.3%02-1+1.42-1-0+11-2
RYAN MILLER (Home Games)21242291.7%01-0+11-0-0+10-1
RYAN MILLER (Last 4 Games)4310610094.3%02-1+1.42-1-0+11-2
Average power rating of opponents played: WINNIPEG 2.88,  ANAHEIM 3.12
WINNIPEG - Schedule
10/29/2017PITTSBURGH7-1W0, -110W6 ovO
10/31/2017at MINNESOTA2-1W0, +125W6 unU
11/2/2017DALLAS5-2W0, -110W6 evO
11/4/2017MONTREAL4-5L0, -120L5.5 ovO
11/6/2017at DALLAS4-1W0, +115W6 unU
11/10/2017at VEGAS2-5L0, -130L6 evO
11/11/2017at ARIZONA4-1W0, -115W6 unU
11/14/2017ARIZONA4-1W0, -200W5.5 unU
11/16/2017PHILADELPHIA3-2W0, -120W5.5 unU
11/18/2017NEW JERSEY5-2W0, -160W5.5 evO
11/20/2017at NASHVILLE3-5L0, +120L5.5 unO
11/22/2017at LOS ANGELES2-1W0, +110W5.5 unU
11/24/2017at ANAHEIM 
11/25/2017at SAN JOSE 
11/29/2017at COLORADO 
12/5/2017at DETROIT 

ANAHEIM - Schedule
10/28/2017at TAMPA BAY4-1W0, +155W5.5 ovU
10/29/2017at CAROLINA4-3W0, +145W5.5 unO
11/1/2017TORONTO1-3L0, +105L6 ovU
11/3/2017NASHVILLE3-5L0, -110L5 ovO
11/4/2017at SAN JOSE1-2L0, +160L5.5 unU
11/7/2017LOS ANGELES3-4L0, +105L5.5 unO
11/9/2017VANCOUVER4-1W0, -130W5.5 unU
11/12/2017TAMPA BAY1-2L0, +130L6 unU
11/15/2017BOSTON4-2W0, -115W5 ovO
11/19/2017FLORIDA3-2W0, -135W5.5 unU
11/20/2017at SAN JOSE3-2W0, +170W5.5 unU
11/22/2017VEGAS2-4L0, -150L6 evP
11/25/2017at LOS ANGELES 
11/27/2017at CHICAGO 
11/29/2017at ST LOUIS 
12/1/2017at COLUMBUS 
12/2/2017at NASHVILLE 
12/5/2017at VEGAS 
WINNIPEG: Key additions: G Steve Mason (Flyers), D Dmitry Kulikov (Sabres)
Key Losses: G Ondrej Pavelec (Rangers), D Paul Postma (Bruins), D Brian Strait (Devils)
OUTLOOK: A still-formidable Central Division might very well stand in the way of a wild-card berth, and goalie questions might or might not be answered by Steve Mason, but they have the look of a team that could go for the Stanley Cup in a few years.
ANAHEIM: Key additions: G Ryan Miller (Canucks)
Key Losses: D Clayton Stoner (Golden Knights), D Shea Theodore (trade with Golden Knights), G Jonathan Bernier (Avalanche), F Nate Thompson (Senators)
OUTLOOK: An elite group of blue-liners got some John Gibson insurance in Ryan Miller, and the Ducks are as consistent as anyone when it comes to getting to the playoffs. The Oilers stand in their way, though, and that's no small problem.
Jets aim to soar vs. Ducks

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The surging Winnipeg Jets continue a four-game road trip against the Anaheim Ducks on Friday afternoon at Honda Center.

Winnipeg (13-5-3) is keeping pace with the leaders in the Central Division with a 7-2-1 record in its last 10 games, including a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night at Staples Center.

With expected contributions from Mark Scheifele (11 goals, 14 assists), Blake Wheeler (five goals, 25 points) and Patrik Laine, the Jets are tied for seventh in goals scored. But their performance at the defensive end of the ice is as much a factor for their strong start.

The Jets enter the game ranked sixth in goals allowed primarily due to the emergence of Connor Hellebuyck, who was ticketed to be the backup goaltender to Steve Mason, the free agent netminder who signed a two-year, $8.2 million contract last summer.

But the underperforming play of Mason in the Jets' first two games opened the door for Hellebuyck. In his third season in Winnipeg, he has registered a 11-2-2 record in 15 starts and is ranked in the top ten in goals against average (2.45) and save percentage (.925).

Shuttled into the backup role, Mason has responded with wins in consecutive appearances, including a 38-save performance in the Los Angeles victory.

Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice credits the veteran Mason for not being discouraged after the losing the starter's job, noting that the team's overall play was a contributing factor. Maurice knows that teams rarely succeed without a competent backup netminder.

"I don't think we gave him any help. He tried to play that game in our first two games of the year, but it didn't happen for him," Maurice said. "Since then, he's just been really good. We need that now with our schedule.

"This month is our toughest month of the year. We're on the road a lot, on and off the airplane. We need both of our goalies to play well."

The Jets came up big on the penalty kill after the Kings' Tyler Toffoli sliced Winnipeg's lead to one early in the third period in Wednesday's win. The unit kept the Kings off the board after penalties to Bryan Little and Blake Wheeler, and Mason closed the door down the stretch.

"That was important," winger Nikolaj Ehlers said. "It was a tough game today. We know how they play and we had to be ready for that. We came out with a plan and we succeeded at it. They had a bunch of chances and we took too many penalties.

"We were able to do pretty well on the penalty kill, we got the puck out and we got the two points."

Hellebuyck is scheduled to face a Ducks team that is concluding a stretch of seven of eight home games, going 3-2-1 before Friday's match.

Anaheim (10-8-3) has played with arguably the most depleted rosters in the league through the first quarter of the season. Center Ryan Kesler and Patrick Eaves have not played a game and captain Ryan Getzlaf missed his 10th game of the season on Wednesday with a facial fracture that could sideline him until January.

Despite these significant injuries, Ducks coach Randy Carlyle has kept the team around .500 on the strength of strong goaltending by the trio of John Gibson, Ryan Miller and Reto Berra.

The goaltending has needed to be strong because of the trickle-down effect of the injuries at the defensive end of the ice. The Ducks have surrendered a league high 36.7 shots per game and have been outshot by 6.8 attempts.

In their 4-2 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday, the Ducks blew a 2-0 second-period lead and surrendered 49 shots on goal to the expansion team, the fourth consecutive game they yield at least 40 shots to the opposition.

The concern is that the goaltending cannot be expected to bail them out every night as it has done with the team's first 21 games.

"We're going to have to look at the tape," defenseman Josh Manson said. "It's been happening here a few times as of late. We've been saying we've been relying too much on our goaltending. We have to look at it to see what's going on and start playing some better defense because it's not good enough."

Winger Andrew Cogliano said the Ducks' early lead was not a true indication of their level of play.

"Something needs to be figured out," Cogliano said. "The 2-0 lead wasn't really a true tale of the game. We just got lucky. The score should've been a lot more if we didn't have Gibson in there. We shouldn't kid ourselves. We weren't even close."

Carlyle's message to his team after the loss was short and to the point -- that a lot more work needs to be done in their own zone.

"We've got a lot of work ahead of us right now," Carlyle said. "We'll re-attack and reset and try to get this group ready tomorrow with some video and some work on the ice.

"We have Winnipeg on Friday afternoon and in a heavy part of our schedule. We know -- and we believe -- this team could play a lot better brand of hockey than what was played here tonight. That was my message."

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 5:53:45 AM EST

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