The Jets put together a far better effort today than they did in the season opener and it netted them a better result. This was a much more exciting hockey game too. Both teams played with speed and completed passes to sticks instead of skates.
Chris Thorburn opened the scoring 1:58 into the game. Brad Marchand evened things up at 14:12 and while the scoring stopped there, the chances didn't. The game had a frantic pace through the first period and was a steady end to end game throughout.
From here the Jets head out to DC to take on the Washington Capitals in their second game in back-to-back nights. It will be interesting to see if last year's road struggles carry over or if the new year brings better fortunes.