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Kyle Connor scored a power-play goal during the Jets 3-2 loss to San Jose. He had six shots on goal and was a minus-one in 25:27 minutes of ice time.
The goal puts him one shy of the 30-goal mark as he has 29 goals and 31 assists with a minus-two rating in 59 games played this season.
Kyle Connor assisted on Patrik Laine's goal late in the second period to make it 4-1 for the Winnipeg Jets.
Kyle Connor is now up to 11 goals and 16 assists on the season, good for 27 points through 31 games played. He continues to build chemistry with Mark Scheifele and Patrik Laine on the Jets top line
Kyle Connor made a beautiful cross crease pass on a 2-on-1 with Bryan Little that led to the game winning goal for the Winnipeg Jets when they defeated the Calgary Flames 2-1 in the Heritage Classic on Saturday.
Kyle Connor has 6 points through 12 games played so far. After missing training camp without a contract, Connor had a slow start to the season. Momentum appears to be building for Connor now though as he has found points in back to back games. It also looks like he may find himself back up with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler for the Jets next game. A spot that Connor is very familiar with having played the better part of the past two seasons on that line.
Kyle Connor netted his 4th goal of the season in the second period of the Winnipeg Jets 3-2 loss to the LA Kings on Tuesday night.
Kyle Connor has played with several different line-mates so far this season as Paul Maurice looks for chemistry and consistency in his top six. One thing we know for sure, is that Connor should find himself somewhere in the top six and down low on the Jets top PP unit. With the talent the Jets have in the top half of their lineup, Connor should be productive no matter who he is playing with.
Kyle Connor scored a beautiful backhand goal on the powerplay in the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 loss to the Arizona Coyotes last night. Connor finished the game with with 1 goal, 2 SOG and a -2 rating in 22:42 of ice time.
Kyle Connor is up to 3 goals and 1 assist through 8 games played. Connor is off to a slower start than what we're accustomed to with him but it should be noted that he did miss all of training camp without a contract, and has played the whole season on the Jets second line rather than the first line as we have seen in previous years. Better days are ahead for Connor as he is still a staple on the Jets top powerplay unit and has a major role in the top six.