Jets bounce back with 6-3 win over Blues

Sundqvist scores twice, Blues edge Jets 4-3 to take 2-0 lead

Sundqvist scores twice, Blues edge Jets 4-3 to take 2-0 lead

Pat Maroon and his St. Louis teammates refuse to feel anything close to satisfied.

Kyle Connor also scored his first two goals of this series, including one during a four-on-three power play where the Jets got aggressive and had four forwards on the ice.

"He's been one of our best players for the last two years, for sure", said Jets forward Andrew Copp. "But that doesn't mean nothing. We've got to focus on Game 3 right now". Rookie Jordan Binnington made 26 saves. He whipped a shot past Hellebuyck from the slot.

"The goalie has been playing great, so we just tried to get a greasy one", said Hayes, who got on the board with his first point of the series.

O'Reilly gave the Blues the 4-3 lead at 3:46 of the third when he used Jets defenseman Ben Chiarot as a screen to beat Hellebuyck on the blocker side.

The proud parents say their son, who grew up in Brandon, was pumped to learn he'd be playing against Winnipeg in the first round of the National Hockey League playoffs.

The teams were tied at 1 after the first period, and at 3 following the second.

Winnipeg's four-minute onslaught in Game 3 matched the team's goal total from the previous game and gave the Jets the first multi-goal lead of the series for either team.

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Although the Enterprise Center was rocking for Sunday's game, there was little of the crazed atmosphere outside the arena, which has become a staple for thousands of white-clad fans at the Jets' home playoff games.

With Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo off for interference, Laine blasted a shot past Binnington to give Winnipeg a 2-1 lead at 2:49 that sparked chants of "Go Jets Go!"

Donning a St. Louis Blues jersey in Winnipeg right now is likely to draw the ire of all around you.

Brock Nelson added his second goal of the playoffs, Leo Komarov scored the first postseason goal of his career and Anders Lee also scored for the Islanders, who have pushed the star-laden Penguins to the brink of elimination. "Same way today, too - the puck's going in and it's giving me a lot of confidence. So I expect him to be at his best".

There, Tarasenko scored at the 1:51 mark on the power play to cut the score to 3-2 to raise the hopes of a restless capacity gathering.

"They haven't won", Hellebuyck said of the Blues.

"They were, like, 'Oh, that is so awesome.' So they were happy for us". "Every inch. Every battle".

Byfuglien then made it a no-doubter when his shot from behind the Blues end line deflected into the net off Binnington's mask to make it an insurmountable three-goal Winnipeg lead.

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