Kyle Connor and the Winnipeg Jets got back on track by coloring in the same way they all wanted to play.
Connor scored twice, Patrik Laine had a goal and an assistant, and the Jets beat the St. Louis Blues 6-3 on Sunday night to come back in her first round of playoffs.
Winnipeg fled the first two games at home. But they were one-game games, and Connor felt the Jets just needed a few bad hints.
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"As a whole, we played the right way [the first] Two games, "Connor said." Father, it was nice to contribute to everyone. "
WATCH | Jets on Last Minute Blues & # 39; Binnington for Game 3 Victory:
Kevin Hayes, Brandon Tanev and Dustin Byfuglien also scored for Winnipeg, and Connor Hellebuyck made 26 battles.
Game 4 of the best fan & # 39; The series is Tuesday night in St. Louis.
"We build every link, every game in the series," Connor said. "We're getting close to our game and it's just dangerous."
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David Perron, Vladimir Tarasenko and Alexander Steen for the blues, and Jordan Binnington made 23 stops.
Platform set st. Louis in a game with a game in & # 39; a first period. He shot a shot over Hellebuyck's lock.
But the Jets liked the lead well as they scored three times in a team of 4: 1 in the second.
Hayes started the flash with a gun from the point that went through the traffic before he runs Binnington. Laine then wrote his third goal of a series, a conversion of Jacob Trouba.
Connor bought the flash with a power play from & # 39; a wrist block & # 39; e face at 8:58. He added an insurance goal at 14:44 in a definite period.
"It was just a while," said Hayes. "It's a Beginning."
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Saint Louis had a chance in the third, and took one, then Tarasenko made a point of power 1:51 in & # 39; e period. But Tanev and Byfuglien reacted to Winnipeg, headed back to 5-2 with 11:54 left.
"It wasn't really our team today, of course," Perron said, "We weren't happy with our efforts, we didn't have a good game, but we have to give them credit."
Laine, who has 30 goals and 20 assistants in the regular season, scores in all three complete playoffs. He had just one goal in his last 19 line-season matches.
Five goals scored in an 8-4 win in St. Louis on November 24, 2018.
"We just blew our stuff and tried to play it," said Laine. "We came and tried to keep our feet at 60 degrees [minutes]. "
Hellebuyck made a big stop on Pat Maroon just seconds for Tanev's goal.
Binnington made a trio of special in the opening of 5.45 to keep the game untouched. He denies Bryan Little, Hayes, and Mathieu Perrault. Binnington stopped 50 of 54 points over the first two matches.
"The biggest thing is that we don't play our game today," said Tarasenko. "It was our best game afterwards. It is us, and we will act tomorrow."