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NFL announces AFC, NFC Players of the Week for Week 5

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TEXANS QB DESHAUN WATSON, COLTS DE JUSTIN HOUSTON &

RAVENS K JUSTIN TUCKER NAMED AFC PLAYERS OF WEEK 5

Quarterback DESHAUN WATSON of the Houston Texans, defensive end JUSTIN HOUSTON of the Indianapolis Colts and kicker JUSTIN TUCKER of the Baltimore Ravens are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played in Week 5 (October 3, 6-7).

OFFENSE: QB DESHAUN WATSON, HOUSTON TEXANS

DEFENSE: DE JUSTIN HOUSTON, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

SPECIAL TEAMS: K JUSTIN TUCKER, BALTIMORE RAVENS

 

2019 AFC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK​

Offense Defense Special Teams
Wk 1 QB Lamar Jackson, Baltimore LB Cameron Wake, Tennessee P Ty Long, LA Chargers
Wk 2 QB Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City LB Whitney Mercilus, Houston P Jamie Gillan, Cleveland
Wk 3 QB Deshaun Watson, Houston DL Calais Campbell, Jacksonville P Jake Bailey, New England
Wk 4 RB Nick Chubb, Cleveland LB Kyle Van Noy, New England K Josh Lambo, Jacksonville
Wk 5 QB Deshaun Watson, Houston DE Justin Houston, Indianapolis K Justin Tucker, Baltimore

 

 

PACKERS RB AARON JONES, 49ERS DL NICK BOSA &

VIKINGS K DAN BAILEY NAMED NFC PLAYERS OF WEEK 5

Running back AARON JONES of the Green Bay Packers, defensive lineman NICK BOSA of the San Francisco 49ers and kicker DAN BAILEY of the Minnesota Vikings are the NFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played in Week 5 (October 3, 6-7).

OFFENSE: RB AARON JONES, GREEN BAY PACKERS

DEFENSE: DL NICK BOSA, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

SPECIAL TEAMS: K DAN BAILEY, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

 

2019 NFC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Offense Defense Special Teams
Wk 1 QB Dak Prescott, Dallas QB S Anthony Harris, Minnesota K Wil Lutz, New Orleans
Wk 2 QB Russell Wilson, Seattle LB Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay K Eddy Pineiro, Chicago
Wk 3 QB Daniel Jones, NY Giants LB Preston Smith, Green Bay P Thomas Morstead, New Orleans
Wk 4 QB Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay CB Janoris Jenkins, NY Giants K Joey Slye, Carolina
Wk 5 RB Aaron Jones, Green Bay DL Nick Bosa, San Francisco K Dan Bailey, Minnesota

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Week 6 Preview

 

CLOSE GAMES, ROAD SUCCESS STAND OUT ENTERING WEEK 6

To help celebrate the NFL’s 100th season, each week will feature an NFL 100 Game of the Week. Each game is a nod to a momentous game played, a fierce rivalry that spans decades, a matchup of original teams and/or a game in which history was made . The NFL has designated Thursday’s Giants-Patriots matchup (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFLN/AMAZON) as the Game of the Week because the contest is a rematch of two of the most exciting Super Bowls in history.

In 2007, New England completed the first undefeated regular season since the 1972 Dolphins. Entering Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, Ariz., with an 18-0 record (including playoffs), New England took a 7-3 lead into the final stanza, setting the stage for a Super Bowl-record three fourth-quarter lead changes. ELI MANNING gave the NFC Wild Card Giants their first lead with a 5-yard touchdown pass to DAVID TYREE. TOM BRADY answered with a 6-yard scoring toss to Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS, just prior to one of the greatest plays in NFL annals. On third-and-5 from his own 44, with 1:15 on the clock, Manning managed to elude pressure and secure the ball – thanks in part to the late JARED LORENZEN, who Manning credited with emphasizing ball security during a daily practice drill. Then, Tyree made a 32-yard catch for the ages, pinning the ball against his helmet, to help set up Manning’s game-winning 13-yard touchdown pass to PLAXICO BURRESS with 35 seconds remaining, as the Giants prevailed, 17-14.

Four years later in Indianapolis, the teams met in Super Bowl XLVI. Again, Manning led the Giants from behind, this time orchestrating a pair of third-quarter field-goal drives to chip away at a 17-9 deficit. Then, as the Giants held the Patriots scoreless over their final four drives – including a clutch stop to end the game – Manning engineered a nine-play, 88-yard march ending in AHMAD BRADSHAW’s 6-yard touchdown run with 57 seconds remaining, the game-winning score and a 21-17 lead. As he did in the first Super Bowl against New England, Manning captured game MVP honors.

 

COMPETITIVE CONTESTS: Through Week 5, the 2019 season has tied for the most games decided by seven points or fewer in league annals. Forty-two of 78 overall games (53.8 percent) have been decided by seven-or-fewer points, including nine of 15 games in Week 5. Expect more to come in Week 6.

The seasons with the most games decided by seven-or-fewer points in NFL history:

THROUGH FIVE WEEKS THROUGH SIX WEEKS
2019 42 1999 50
2016 42 2016 50
1999 41 2018 47
2015 40 2015 47
2011 40 2011 47
1988 40 2019 ??


BUSINESS TRIPS: This week, several teams are on the road with the opportunity to improve key tiebreakers, their interdivision and interconference records. Highlighting those contests on the Week 6 schedule, the HOUSTON TEXANS travel to play the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1:00 PM ET, CBS), the PHILADELPHIA EAGLES fly to meet the MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1:00 PM ET, FOX) and the DETROIT LIONS make the short trek to play the GREEN BAY PACKERS on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN).

This season, road teams are a combined 43-34-1 (.558) through five weeks, the highest road winning percentage at this point in a season in 36 years. The last time NFL teams were more successful on the road through five weeks was 1983, when they were 40-30 (.571).

THE SIX-GAME YARDSTICK: If history is any indication, emerging at .500 or better through six games has positive playoff implications.

There’s always hope, proven by the 2004 GREEN BAY PACKERS, who started 1-4 and won nine of their last 11 to capture their division title. In fact, since that season, the MIAMI DOLPHINS in both 2008 and 2016, the DENVER BRONCOS in 2011 and three teams in 2015 – the HOUSTON TEXANSSEATTLE SEAHAWKS and WASHINGTON REDSKINS – made the playoffs after opening 2-4.

A closer look at six-game records and how they affect playoff chances:

Opening 6-0:

  • Since 1990, when the NFL adopted the 12-team playoff format, 35 of the 37 teams (94.6 percent) to start 6-0 have qualified for the postseason.
  • Since 1978, when NFL teams began playing 16-game schedules, and excluding the abbreviated season of 1982, 46 of 49 teams (93.9 percent) to start 6-0 advanced to the postseason.

Opening 5-1 or 5-0-1:

  • Since 1990, when the NFL adopted the 12-team playoff format, 81 of 98 teams (82.7 percent) to win five of their first six games have qualified for the postseason.
  • Since 1978, when NFL teams began playing 16-game schedules, and excluding the abbreviated season of 1982, 107 of 131 teams (81.7 percent) to win five of their first six advanced to the postseason.

Opening 4-2 or 4-1-1:

  • Since 1990, when the NFL adopted the 12-team playoff format, 134 of 213 teams (62.9 percent) to win four of their first six games have qualified for the postseason.
  • Since 1978, when NFL teams began playing 16-game schedules, and excluding the abbreviated season of 1982, 174 of 286 teams (60.8 percent) to win four of their first six advanced to the postseason.

Opening 3-3 or 3-2-1:

  • Since 1990, when the NFL adopted the 12-team playoff format, 78 of 216 teams (36.1 percent) to win three of their first six games have qualified for the postseason.
  • Since 1978, when NFL teams began playing 16-game schedules, and excluding the abbreviated season of 1982, 108 of 297 teams (36.4 percent) to win three of their first six advanced to the postseason.

NINERS STAND ALONE IN NFC: For the first time since 1984, the SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS are the NFC’s lone undefeated team through Week 5. Behind quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO, who owns a 10-2 career record as the 49ers’ starting quarterback, the club is off to its best start since opening 10-0 in 1990.

NORTHERN LIGHTS: Entering Week 6 of the NFL’s 100th season, all four teams in the NFC North have winning records. That hasn’t happened in an NFL division since 2012, when the four NFC West clubs also were above .500 entering Week 6. That year, the 49ers opened 4-1, finished 11-4-1 and advanced to Super Bowl XLVII.

This year, the GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-1) sit atop the NFC North with the DETROIT LIONS (2-1-1), MINNESOTA VIKINGS (3-2) and CHICAGO BEARS (3-2) closely behind. That division has crowned three different teams as its winner over the past three seasons. No other NFL division has that distinction. And if the Lions and Vikings win this week, with the Bears on their bye, the NFC North could have four teams above .500 again next week.

METHODICAL MARCHES: Physically and mentally, a touchdown drive of 90-or-more yards can provide a substantial advantage. Last week, the OAKLAND RAIDERS engineered not one but two such drives in a London win over the Bears. The MINNESOTA VIKINGS orchestrated a 98-yard touchdown drive in a victory at the New York Giants. The Vikings and Raiders each have three touchdown drives of 90-plus yards in 2019, tied with the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS and NEW YORK GIANTS for most in the league. Overall, NFL teams this season have combined for 24 such drives, most through five weeks of play since there were also 24 touchdown drives of 90-plus yards in 2014.

SACKS ARE PILING UP: NFL clubs have combined for 396 sacks in 2019. Through Week 5, that’s the second-highest total over the last two decades. In that span, only the 2013 season (416) had more entering Week 6.

WAKE UP TO FOOTBALL: The second of five international games appears on the Week 6 slate. The CAROLINA PANTHERS meet the TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS in an important NFC South clash. The contest kicks off at 9:30 AM ET and will appear exclusively on NFL Network. It’s also the second of two games at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. In Week 8, the NFL plays its first of two games at London’s Wembley Stadium, when the CINCINNATI BENGALS meet the LOS ANGELES RAMS. In Week 9, also at Wembley, the HOUSTON TEXANS play the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS. The 2019 international games conclude with a Week 11 contest in Mexico City, where the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS play the LOS ANGELES CHARGERS on Monday Night Football, November 18.

NFL SCHEDULE, OCTOBER 10, 13-14

(All times Eastern)

Thursday Sunday (cont.)
New York Giants at New England Patriots 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN

AMAZON

Atlanta Falcons at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM FOX
Sunday San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams 4:05 PM FOX
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers+ 9:30 AM NFLN Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos 4:25 PM CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS Dallas Cowboys at New York Jets 4:25 PM CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM FOX Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers 8:20 PM NBC
New Orleans Saints at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS Monday    
Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers 8:15 PM ESPN
Washington Redskins at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX +In London; Byes: Buffalo, Chicago, Indianapolis, Oakland

 

GAME PREVIEWS WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

Week 6 starts with Thursday Night feature game, NY Giants at New England Patriots

 

 

 

​​​​THURSDAY NIGHT PREVIEW:
NEW YORK GIANTS (2-3) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (5-0)​

Week 6 of the NFL’s 100th season kicks off on Thursday, October 10 (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime) with the NFL100 Game of the Week, as the New York Giants travel to Gillette Stadium to visit the unbeaten New England Patriots in a remat​​ch of Super Bowls XLII and XLVI.

The Giants won both Super Bowls, including a 17-14 victory on February 3, 2008, to hand the Patriots their only loss of the 2007 season. Overall, New York and New England meet for the 11th time in the regular season, with the Patriots holding the all-time series advantage, 6-4, including edging the Giants, 27-26, in the last meeting in 2015. Quarterback TOM BRADY threw for 334 yards and two touchdowns in the win.

In Week 5, New England defeated Washington, 33-7, to improve to 5-0, their best start since 2015. Overall, it marks the fourth time the Patriots have started 5-0 under head coach BILL BELICHICK (2004, 2007, 2015). In the victory over the Redskins, Brady passed for 348 yards with three touchdowns, and wide receiver JULIAN EDELMAN had eight catches for 110 yards and a touchdown. Brady surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (71,838) for the third-most career passing yards in NFL history. With 18 passing yards against New York, Brady will surpass PEYTON MANNING (71,940) for second place on the all-time list.

New England has given up 34 total points through its first five games of the season, the fewest points allowed through a team’s first five games since the 2005 Indianapolis Colts (29 points) and the fifth-fewest since 1970. Linebacker JAMIE COLLINS registered a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery in last week’s win. Collins is the only player in the league this season with at least four sacks (four) and multiple interceptions (three). Safety DEVIN McCOURTY’s four interceptions lead the NFL and he became the first player in franchise history with an interception in each of his team’s first four games of a season. Rookie defensive lineman CHASE WINOVICH aims for his third game in a row with a sack and leads all rookies in sacks (four) through Week 5.

New York Giants rookie quarterback DANIEL JONES enters Week 6 tied for second-most total touchdowns (four passing, two rushing) among rookie quarterbacks. In his only career road start in Week 3, Jones became the first rookie with at least 300 passing yards, two passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in a single game since 1970. Running back SAQUON BARKLEY looks to return to the field on Thursday night. He has eight touchdowns (five rushing, three receiving) and has averaged 114 scrimmage yards in 10 career road games. Since entering the league in 2018, Barkley ranks third among all players with 2,339 scrimmage yards. Tight end EVAN ENGRAM aims for his third consecutive road game with at least 100 receiving yards and a touchdown. Through five weeks of the season, Engram ranks second among tight ends in receiving yards (373) and third in receptions (33). Since entering the league in 2012, cornerback JANORIS JENKINS is one of six players with at least 20 interceptions (20) and multiple sacks (two).

Adding to television availability, several streaming options will be available to fans. FOX Thursday Night Football games will be available to stream on Amazon via Prime Video and Twitch in addition to NFL, FOX and FOX Deportes digital properties across devices.* During the season, fans can learn all of the ways to watch at NFL.com/TNF.

For the Week 6 New York Giants-New England capsule, click here.

*NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video and Twitch simulcast subject to change.​

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Central Division’s Defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues 2019-20 Outlook: Team has a bullseye on their backs

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ST. LOUIS BLUES: TEAM LOOK-AHEAD
The Blues are coming off a season that saw them rally from last place overall through games of Jan. 2 and rebound to capture the franchise’s first Stanley Cup. They became the first team from any of the four major North American sports leagues to win a title after occupying last place overall after one-quarter or more of the season’s games (since 1967-68).

St. Louis now sets its sights on becoming the sixth club in League history to successfully defend its first-ever championship. All eight such teams in the past 25 years have fallen short of the repeat. The only ones to do so: Red Wings (1936-37), Flyers (1974-75), Islanders (1980-83), Oilers (1987-88) and Penguins (1991-92). The original Ottawa Senators won the Cup in 1920 and 1921 but had won the championship multiple times before the NHL was formed.

OFFENSIVE OUTLOOK
Vladimir Tarasenko (33-35—68 in 2018-19) has topped the 30-goal mark in each of his last five seasons – only Alex Ovechkin (14 seasons) has a longer active streak of 30-goal campaigns. Only two players have recorded more consecutive 30-goal seasons with the franchise than Tarasenko’s five: Gary Unger (8) and Brett Hull (7).

Ryan O’Reilly led Blues skaters with a career-high 77 points in 2018-19 (28-49—77 in 82 GP), his first season with the club. Only one player in franchise history has led the Blues in points in each of his first two seasons with the club: Red Berenson (1967-68 & 1968-69).

* O’Reilly captured his first career Selke Trophy in 2018-19 and led the NHL in faceoff wins (1,086), marking the fourth time in his career he has won more than 1,000 draws in a single campaign. The only other players since 1997-98 (when faceoffs were officially tracked) to win 1,000 or more faceoffs at least four times are Rod Brind’Amour (6), Patrice Bergeron (4), Mats Sundin (4) and Adam Oates (4).

Alex Pietrangelo (93-305—398 in 688 GP) sits two points shy of becoming the second defenseman (also Al MacInnis: 127-325—452 in 613 GP) and 12th skater to record 400 points with the franchise. Pietrangelo also sits seven goals shy of joining MacInnis as the second blueliner to score 100 goals with the franchise.

* Pietrangelo has reached the 40-point mark on seven occasions, tied with MacInnis for the most such seasons by a defenseman in franchise history. Only six active blueliners have more career 40-point seasons: Duncan Keith (9), Keith Yandle (9), Shea Weber (9), Zdeno Chara (9), Brent Burns (8) and Erik Karlsson (8).

THE FUTURE IS NOW
* Robert Thomas had 9-24—33 in 70 games as a teenager in 2018-19 and will be 20 years old for the entire 2019-20 campaign. Wayne Babych had 27-36—63 at age 20 in 1978-79 (67 GP), the highest single-season goal and point totals by a Blues player before age 21.

BETWEEN THE PIPES
Jordan Binnington was a catalyst of the Blues’ turnaround season, putting together a 24-5-1 record as a rookie with a .927 save percentage, five shutouts and an NHL-leading 1.89 goals-against average (min. 25 GP). He can become just the second goaltender in NHL history to lead the League in goals-against average in each of his first two career seasons (min. 25 GP) – Canadiens legend Bill Durnan did so in each of his first four seasons from 1943-44 to 1946-47.

* Binnington also can become just the fifth goalie in NHL history to post a goals-against average under 2.00 in each of his first two seasons (min. 25 GP) – and first in the NHL’s modern era. The only ones to do so: Lorne Chabot (1926-27—1928-29), George Hainsworth (1926-27—1928-29), Hal Winkler (1926-27—1927-28) and Frank Brimsek (1938-39—1939-40).

* Only one goaltender in franchise history has posted multiple seasons with a goals-against average less than 2.00 (min. 25 GP): Brian Elliott (1.56 in 2011-12, 1.96 in 2013-14).

FIRST IMPRESSIONS
A look at how players have fared historically in their debut game/season with the franchise:

First game with the Blues. . .
SKATERS
Most goals: 2 – 6 players; most recent: Vladimir Tarasenko (Jan. 19, 2013)
Most assists: 4 – Dave Pichette (Feb. 15, 1984)
Most points: 4 – Dave Pichette (Feb. 15, 1984) and Adam Creighton (Jan. 20, 1995)

DEFENSEMEN
Most goals: 1 – 10 players; most recent: Kris Russell (Nov. 12, 2011)
Most assists: 4 – Dave Pichette (Feb. 15, 1984)
Most points: 4 – Dave Pichette (Feb. 15, 1984)

GOALTENDERS
Most saves: 35 – Guy Hebert (Dec. 11, 1991) and Chris Osgood (March 15, 2003)
Shutout: Chris Osgood (March 15, 2003)

First season with the Blues. . .
SKATERS
Most goals: 44 – Mark Hunter (1985-86)
Most assists: 79 – Adam Oates (1989-90)
Most points: 102 – Adam Oates (1989-90)

DEFENSEMEN
Most goals: 20 – Larry Sacharuk (1974-75)
Most assists: 44 – Scott Stevens (1990-91)
Most points: 51 – Rob Ramage (1982-83)

GOALTENDERS
Most wins: 42 – Roman Turek (1999-2000)
Most Shutouts: 9 – Brian Elliott (2011-12)

 

PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

Winnipeg Jets of the NHL’s Central Division 2019-20 Outlook: Looking for third straight playoff berth

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WINNIPEG JETS: TEAM LOOK-AHEAD
The Jets will look to clinch their third consecutive postseason berth – and fifth in franchise history – when they hit the ice for the 2019-20 season. Winnipeg (47-30-5, 99 points) has surpassed 90 standings points in each of the last two seasons (114 in 2017-18) – the franchise has never done so for three straight campaigns.

Driven by a potent offense led by Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele, the Jets have combined for 549 goals over the last two seasons (including shootout-deciding goals) – only the Lightning (621) and Maple Leafs (563) have more over that span.

OFFENSIVE OUTLOOK
Blake Wheeler (20-71—91 in 82 GP) became the first player in Jets/Thrashers franchise history to record consecutive seasons with at least 60 assists. Since 1999-00, only five NHL players have strung together three or more consecutive 60-assist campaigns: Connor McDavid (3; 2016-17—2018-19), Henrik Sedin (6; 2006-07—2011-12), Joe Thornton (5; 2005-06—2009-10), Marc Savard (4; 2005-06—2008-09) and Pavel Datsyuk (3; 2006-07—2008-09).

* Wheeler, who has hit the 90-point mark in each of the last two seasons, can become the first player to record three 90-point campaigns with the franchise. The only others with multiple (both w/ ATL): Ilya Kovalchuk (2005-06 & 2008-09) and Marian Hossa (2005-06 & 2006-07).

Mark Scheifele has topped the 20-goal mark in each of the last four seasons including a career-high 38 in 2018-19. Only two players in franchise history have recorded five consecutive 20-goal campaigns: Kovalchuk (8; 2001-02—2009-10) and Wheeler’s active six-season stretch (2013-14—2018-19).

THE FUTURE IS NOW
Patrik Laine, 21, has reached the 30-goal mark in each of his first three NHL seasons, a feat also accomplished by fellow 2016 draftee Auston Matthews. Only 21 players in history have opened their NHL career with four or more consecutive 30-goal campaigns, with Jari Kurri (10; 1980-81—1989-90) the only Finnish player on that list.

Kyle Connor, 22, who is entering his fourth season in the League after debuting in 2016-17, also has notched consecutive 30-goal campaigns. Entering 2019-20, only five U.S.-born skaters have reached the 30-goal plateau three times in their first four career seasons: Bobby CarpenterJimmy Carson, Zach PariseBobby Ryan and Matthews.

BETWEEN THE PIPES
* Connor Hellebuyck backstopped the Jets to 34 wins in 2018-19 after a breakout 44-win campaign in 2017-18. He is the only goaltender in Jets/Thrashers franchise history to post consecutive 30-win campaigns. With a 35-win season in 2019-20, Hellebuyck (117) would match Ondrej Pavelec (152) for the most career wins by a goaltender in franchise history.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS
A look at how players have fared historically in their debut game/season with the franchise:

First game with Jets/Thrashers. . .
SKATERS
Most goals: 2 – Mark Recchi (Dec. 12, 2007) and Michael Frolik (Oct. 1, 2013)
Most assists: 2 – Stephen Guolla (March 2, 2000)
Most points: 2 – seven players; most recent: Paul Stastny (Feb. 27, 2018)

DEFENSEMEN
Most goals: 1 – four players; most recent: Sami Niku (April 3, 2018)
Most assists: 1 – nine players; most recent: Cameron Schilling (Nov. 29, 2018)
Most points: 2 – Ron Hainsey (Oct. 10, 2008) and Jacob Trouba (Oct. 1, 2013)

GOALTENDERS
Most saves: 42 – Laurent Brossoit (Oct. 14, 2018)
Shutout: none

First season with Jets/Thrashers. . .
SKATERS
Most goals: 39 – Marian Hossa (2005-06)
Most assists: 53 – Marian Hossa (2005-06)
Most points: 92 – Marian Hossa (2005-06)

DEFENSEMEN
Most goals: 20 – Dustin Byfuglien (2010-11)
Most assists: 33 – three players; most recent: Dustin Byfuglien (2010-11)
Most points: 53 – Dustin Byfuglien (2010-11)

GOALTENDERS
Most wins: 13 – three goaltenders; most recent: Laurent Brossoit (2018-19)
Most Shutouts: 2 – Connor Hellebuyck (2015-16) and Milan Hnilicka (2000-01)

 

PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

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