NHL Hockey Recap, Carolina Hurricanes Fall 5-4 to Winnipeg Jets, Thursday, October 13, 2016

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carolina-hurricanesCAROLINA HURRICANES winnipeg-jetsWINNIPEG JETS
0-0-1 October 13, 9:00 PM | MTS Centre 1-0-0
When: 8:00 PM ET, Thursday, October 13, 2016
Where: MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Carolina at Winnipeg, Boxscore
Final OT 1 2 3 OT T
carolina-hurricanesCAR 1 2 1 0 4
winnipeg-jetsWIN 1 0 3 1 5
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/13 8:05 PM
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NHL BETTING -Thursday, October 13th, Carolina Hurricanes vs. Winnipeg Jets.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread / Puck Line MoneyLine Total
carolina-hurricanesCarolina Hurricanes +1.5 -260 +120 5 -130
winnipeg-jetsWinnipeg Jets -1.5 +210 -140 5 +110
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The Jets earned a 5-4 victory over the Hurricanes on Thursday at MTS Centre.

The Jets were a -118 favorite in the win. The combined score went OVER the total, which closed at 5.0.

Patrik Laine, Mathieu Perreault, Blake Wheeler, Mark Scheifele, and Shawn Matthias each scored for the Jets in the victory. Matthias opened the scoring for Winnipeg.

Connor Hellebuyck stopped 23 of 27 Carolina shots in the victory.

Carolina got goals from Lee Stempniak, Victor Rask, Jeff Skinner, and Jordan Staal in the loss, but it wasn’t enough.

Carolina got a 21-stop effort from Cam Ward in the loss.

Winnipeg scored 1 times on 5 chances on the power play, while Carolina went 2-for-4 with the man advantage.

Winnipeg lost the shots on goal battle to Carolina by a margin of 27-26.

Winnipeg looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against the Wild. The Hurricanes will aim to get back on the winning track at Vancouver.

WINNIPEG — Team North America may have played their last game in the World Cup a few weeks ago but their style of play lives on.

The run-and-gun offense that many fans found so entertaining during the recent best-on-best tournament was on full display Thursday night at the MTS Centre as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Carolina Hurricanes in a 5-4 thriller.

New Jets captain Blake Wheeler broke in on a two-on-one with center Mark Scheifele with just over two minutes to go in the extra period and Scheifele tapped home a cross-crease pass.

Perhaps the end-to-end action shouldn’t have been surprising as both the Jets and Canes are two of the youngest teams in the NHL.

Shawn Matthias got the home crowd on their feet early when he banked a shot off the back of Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward at 4:14 of the first period.

Matthias joined the Jets in the offseason as a free agent after spending last year with Colorado and Toronto.

The Jets nearly went up by a pair during a nearly two-minute two-man advantage in the middle of the period. Danish sensation Nikolaj Ehlers had the best chance when he rang a shot off the post from the point.

The Hurricanes drew even at 11:23 of the period when center Jeff Skinner found himself all alone in front of Connor Hellebuyck and had enough time to take a first shot and then bat in the rebound before any defenders could get near him.

Patrik Laine, the Jets highly-touted rookie, had a slow start and seemed to be fighting the puck for much of the game. He received his first cheers as a pro after wallpapering defenseman Noah Hanifan behind the Hurricanes’ net.

The Canes took the lead early in the second period with Matthias off for a minor penalty when Lee Stempniak netted his first of the season.

The Canes took a 3-1 lead with just 31 seconds left in the period following some controversy.

Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien started to break out of his zone and appeared to be hooked by left winger Viktor Stalberg and lost the puck. One of the referees put his hand up — to call a penalty, the sold-out crowd believed — only to have the other referee signal a goal as Jordan Staal ripped a shot past Hellebuyck.

Byfuglien complained vehemently and drew both a referee and a linesman to the Jets bench as he demonstrated the hook.

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