Published: Sat, April 21, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Wild eliminated after 5-0 loss to Jets in Game 5

Wild eliminated after 5-0 loss to Jets in Game 5

"He's a guy that battles night in and night out", said Mark Scheifele, who had a third-period goal and one assist.

He tipped his hat to his teammates pumping in four goals on their first 10 shots of the game.

"It couldn't have gone any worse at the start for us, and it couldn't have gone any better for them", Wild forward Eric Staal said. They had a strong performance in a 6-2 win in Game 3 at Xcel Energy Center but, outside of that one game, the Wild only scored three goals combined in their four losses to the Jets. I thought the team was great in front of me.

After missing Game 4 with a lower-body injury, Couturier extended his team's season at least two more days by picking up his second goal of the series.

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"Ultimately, the game was lost in the first period", said Wild head coach Bruce Boudreau. "You have two periods of hockey left and stranger things have happened". "It's not time to dwell on that, but at the same time, I think we're proud of the work we put in".

Whether it was winger Bryan Little scoring on a wide-angled deflection, or winger Brandon Tanev potting a softie from the slot, or winger Joel Armia tipping home a seemingly harmless shot from the point, it was clear the Jets were the far superior team. The original Winnipeg Jets - now the Arizona Coyotes - only won two playoff series, beating the Calgary Flames in 1985 and 1987.

The Jets will now move on to face the victor of the Predators-Avalanche series, but before that happens fans needed to celebrate so they took to the streets. Instead, they poured the worst effort imaginable in an embarrassing 5-0 loss, marking the fourth time in the past six seasons that they've failed to make it out of the first round of the National Hockey League playoffs.

For the first time in almost three decades, a Winnipeg NHL team is advancing to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, promoting a loud roar from fans at Whiteout Street Party.

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