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Top-2: Sean Monahan aids and abets Tyler Toffoli’s first Jets goal
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It was a very quiet Friday night last night in the National Hockey League, with only two games on the schedule.

Here’s what we remember from those two games.

1. Tyler Toffoli scores his first Winnipeg Jets goal

The Jets did a great job of improving before the trade deadline. They picked up Sean Monahan just over a month ago, and on the same day as the trade deadline, they acquired Tyler Toffoli.

Two former Habs will now help the Jets in their quest for the Stanley Cup.

Last night, Sean Monahan was an accomplice to Tyler Toffoli’s first goal in a Winnipeg Jets uniform.

The two Habs (and former Calgary Flames) combined to score a fine goal that gave the Jets a four-goal lead over the Anaheim Ducks.

Also of note, Sean Monahan picked up the puck after the goal for Toffoli to hold.

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Toffoli then added a second goal later in the game.

With this 5-0 victory, the Jets regained first place in the mighty Central Division.

2. Pierre-Luc Dubois finally reaches the 30-point plateau

We’re all aware of Pierre-Luc Dubois’ horrible season with the Los Angeles Kings.

The Kings paid the Winnipeg Jets a hefty price to acquire him, and let’s just say he’s been VERY disappointing so far.

To give you an idea, PLD just hit the 30-point plateau last night with a goal and an assist.

That gives him 15 goals and 15 assists this season for a total of 30 points in 66 games.

Dubois isn’t even producing at a rate of one point every two games.


– Here are yesterday’s results.

– Here are yesterday’s top scorers.


– Today’s NHL schedule: 14 games.

(Credit: Google/NHL)
(Credit: Google/NHL)

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