Jets fall 3-2 to Devils in shootout

tephen Gionta of the New Jersey Devils scores on Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec during their game in...

tephen Gionta of the New Jersey Devils scores on Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec during their game in Newark on Sunday. (BRUCE BENNETT/Getty Images/AFP)

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The way captain Andrew Ladd sees it, the Winnipeg Jets played one and a half good games on their four-game road trip.

“Being honest, I didn’t like our first game, didn’t like our third game and the first half of this game,” Ladd said after the Jets lost 3-2 in a shootout to the New Jersey Devils Sunday night.

“He stated it correctly,” Jets coach Claude Noel added. “And we come out 2-1-1.”

The Jets were terrible for the first 15 minutes of the hockey game, getting outshot 10-1 at one point and trailing 2-0 after goals by Ryan Carter and Stephen Gionta.


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