The flawless Pavelec captured Winnipeg’s important win in the fight for the playoffs

Minnesota has been able to secure play-off for Monday’s Win over Winnipeg . However, the motivation of the guests was a bit bigger, in the competition of Los Angeles, they are wrestling with the last wildcard to secure the eighth crossing of the Western Conference.

Seasonal Poster Wild Devan Dubnyk and Guest Ondřej Pavelec have a remarkable credit for the latest achievements of their colors. However, only Czech representative was satisfied after the 2: 0 result.

The Kladenský odchovanec scored the eighth win of the last ten starts and thanks to 32 interventions he also celebrated the third zero of the season.The most important thing, however, was the Jets’ shift to the last position of the Western Conference in front of defender Stanley Cup of Los Angeles, who scored just one point on the same game day after a 1: 2 victory over the Vancouver raids.

Both Winnipeg and LA currently have 79 games. The Canadian team is 94 points behind the last wild card, and the Kings Rangers (93 points) are below the line with a minimal difference.

Jets opened the score in the 5th minute, using Blake Wheeler’s power, and the result was secured by Drew Stafford in 34 minutes. Czech strikers Michael Frolík (17:20, +/-: 0, 3 shots) and Jiří Tlustý (6:53, +/-: 0) did not score.

We were allowed offensive by our opponents, it was solved by Pavelec.I think we did not give them enough space overall and they were frustrated enough, “Stafford scored the duel of the second goal of Stafford.

The winner finally made up a penalty shootout in which the Canucks representative Chris Higgins was the only one to succeed. (17:43, +/-: 0, 4 shots), but Eddie Läck winner Jeff Carter, Anze Kopitar and Marián Gáborík.

Vancouver ( 97 points) thus secured second position in the Pacific Division, Los Angeles (93 points), on the contrary, a great fight is waiting.Playoff will be played over the third division in the Division with Calgary (also 93 points) or the last wild card held by Winnipeg (94 points).

In a duel San Jose Dallas , the two disappointed camps from the cross-country barracks hit the Western Conference playoff. Greater motivation to win was found by guests of the Stars, which was dominated by productive captain Jamie Benn to the 5: 1 triumph.

The Canadian representative produced three points for two goals and one assistant, and in the NHL productivity table he jumped to fourth position by Jakub Voráček of Philadelphia. The Czech striker, Aleš Hemský (11:57, +/-: 0, 1 shot), as well as home Tomáš Hertl (10:29, +/-: -1, 1 shot) did not score points.