Dec 7, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Winnipeg Jets center Mark Scheifele (55) is congratulated by teammates after he scored the game winning goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning during overtime at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Winnipeg Jets defeated the the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in OT. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Winnipeg Jets Road Trip By The Numbers

Flash back to November 24: The Winnipeg Jets needed a big performance on their impending 6-game road trip, after losing all three of their games on a 3-game home stand. Today, the Jets stand a bit taller, after taking a 4-2 record from the trip. With a few days off until the Jets take on the St. Louis Blues back home, lets take a look at some key stats from their season’s longest road trip.

6: Games on the road trip

14: Days the Jets were on the road

8,777: The number of kilometers the Jets traveled, round-trip during their road swing.

172: The total number of shots the Jets took during the road trip, an average of 29/game.

16: Number of goals the Jets scored in the 6 games.

13: Number of goals allowed by the Jets in 6 games.

.285%: Jets’ winning percentage on the road before heading on trip.

.500%: Jets’ winning percentage upon completion of the road trip (7-7-1, increase of .215%)

.727%: Jets’ winning percentage against Eastern Conference opponents (All six games were against East teams)

.929%: Combined Save Percentage for Ondrej Pavelec and Al Montoya during those six games (Pavelec 4, Montoya 2)

5: Points scored by Olli Jokinen during the road trip, a team-high.

20: Shots by Dustin Byfuglien during the trip, team-high.

3: Days off between the Jets’ last game against Tampa Bay on Saturday night, and their next game against St. Louis on Tuesday.

 

LETS GO JETS!!

 

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