Instant Recap: Winnipeg Jets continue to frustrate, lose 3-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins

Marianne Helm

A late Andrew Ladd goal wasn't enough to spark the Winnipeg Jets' offense which once again was thwarted by a Pennsylvania-based team.

Tonight, the Winnipeg Jets lost again, this time at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins by a final of 3-1. Pens fourth-liner Craig Adams had struck for two goals, essentially enough to singlehandedly defeat the Jets (though one was an empty-netter).

Instead of giving you a prolonged recap, I will summarize thusly:

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Hold hope for better luck Sunday against the Boston Bruins.

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