WINNIPEG – Nikolaj Ehlers the players from the fifth shot scored, Patrik Laine had two goals and Winnipeg Jets held on Thursday for a 6-5 win against Chicago Blackhawks at Bell MTS Place.
Ehlers gave Jets 2: 1 at 3:52 first season, 3: 2 leading at 1:01 second season and 6-3 lead at 9:45 third period.
Laine, 20, 224 days, became the fourth youngest player in the history of the NHL and won 100 regular goals. He joined Wayne Gretzky (20 years, 40 days) on March 7, 1981, Jimmy Carson (20 years, 116 days) on November 13, 1988 and Brian Bellows (20 years, 179 days) on February 27, 1985, with his first games in 1.43 in the first period to make Jets lead 1-0.
Jacob Trouba also scored for Jets (14-8-2), and Connor Hellebuyck made 26 saves.
Laine scored his first NHL leading 21 goals in the 1:18 third period to be 5-3.
Video: CHI @ WPG: Laine steals the puck and scores the second goal
Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele each had three assists for Winnipeg.
John Hayden and Artem Anisimov everyone had a goal and help, and Marcus Kruger, Jan Rutta and Dominik Kahun (9-12-5) who have 1-4-0 in their last five games. Corey Crawford made 27 saves.
Kruger bound the game 1-1 at 3:03 in the first period. Hayden pulled the Blackhawks into the tie in 2-2 at 8:10, pointing at the reflection after David Kampf was stopped at the department.
The oven extended the lead 3-2 to be 4-2 in 1:46 seconds before Rutt put Chicago back into one, scoring at 9:31 to make it 4-3.
Kahun lowered the lead to 6-4 at 13:10 in the third round and Anisimov made 6-5 at 17:08.