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Vancouver Canucks vs. Winnipeg Jets (2011)

When the Atlanta Thrashers moved to Winnipeg at the end of the 2010-11 season, the team was again named the Jets. It marked the first time since 1970-71 that two different franchises would have the same name. That's why there are two pages listing records for this team. For their first two seasons, the Jets were in the Southeast Division and they only played Vancouver once. With the league restructuring for 2013-14, the two teams meet a little more often. The teams have been evenly matched overall so far. The Canucks and this version of the Jets have not met in the playoffs.

Historical Notes: Ryan Kesler was the first Canuck to score against the Jets ... Henrik Sedin played his 1000th NHL game and 1000th game as a Canuck in Winnipeg (March 12, 2014) ... Luca Sbisa was the first Canuck to score an overtime winner against the Jets (February 3, 2015)


Regular Season

 DATE  H/A SEASON  SCORE OT  GP  W  L OL  GF  GA PTS  AVG        HISTORICAL NOTES         
MAR  8  H  2011-12 3-2 W      1  1  0  0   3   2   2 1.000 Pahlsson gets winning goal  
DEC 22  H  2013-14 2-1 W      2  2  0  0   5   3   4 1.000 Richardson, Tanev score     
JAN 31  A          3-4 L      3  2  1  0   8   7   4  .667 Kesler goal, two assists    
MAR 12  A          3-2 W SO   4  3  1  0  11   9   6  .750 H.Sedin's thousandth game   
FEB  3  H  2014-15 3-2 W OT   5  4  1  0  14  11   8  .800 Sbisa scores in overtime    
MAR 24  H          5-2 W      6  5  1  0  19  13  10  .833 Vrbata two goals, assist    
APR  4  A          4-5 L      7  5  2  0  23  18  10  .714 Burrows scores twice        
NOV 18  A  2015-16 1-4 L      8  5  3  0  24  22  10  .625 Daniel gets the only goal   
MAR 14  H          2-5 L      9  5  4  0  26  27  10  .556 McCann, Virtanen score late 
MAR 22  A          0-2 L     10  5  5  0  26  29  10  .500 Canucks outshot 49-28       

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