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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Collects win No. 15

    Brossoit made 18 saves in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Canucks. The 31-year-old netminder shut Vancouver down completely in the third period as Winnipeg broke open a 2-2 tie. Brossoit finishes the regular season with the best numbers of his career, going 15-5-2 with a 2.00 GAA and .927 save percentage over 23 outings to claim a share of the Jennings Trophy for the league's stingiest goaltending, but he'll head to the bench for the playoffs as Connor Hellebuyck gets ready to face the Avalanche in the first round beginning Sunday.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Expected starter

    Brossoit is set to start at home against the Canucks on Thursday, per Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site. Brossoit earned a 24-save shutout victory over Dallas in his last start last Thursday. He's been a superb backup goaltender for the Jets, posting a 14-5-2 record, 2.00 GAA and .928 save percentage across 22 contests this season. The Canucks are typically a difficult adversary, ranking sixth offensively with 3.42 goals per game, but they might rest some of their top players Thursday with the playoffs around the corner.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Earns third shutout of season

    Brossoit posted a 24-save shutout in Thursday's 3-0 win over the Stars. This was Brossoit's third shutout of the campaign, matching his total from his first nine seasons combined. The 31-year-old has won seven of his last nine outings, giving up just 14 goals in that span. He's been one of the best true backup goalies in the league with a 14-5-2 record, 2.00 GAA and .928 save percentage over 22 appearances as Connor Hellebuyck's understudy. Brossoit probably won't play much in the playoffs, but he's likely to get at least one more regular-season game once the Jets lock in their playoff positioning.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Starting in Dallas

    Brossoit will protect the road goal versus the Stars on Thursday, Ken Wiebe of The Winnipeg Free Press reports. Brossoit wasn't great in his last start April 1 versus LA, surrendering three goals on only 28 shots, but he was still able to come away with a win thanks to strong goal support from his teammates. He'll try to secure his 14th victory of the season in a brutal road matchup with a scorching-hot Dallas team that's gone 9-1-0 through its last 10 games.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Defeats Kings

    Brossoit stopped 25 of 28 shots in Monday's 4-3 win over the Kings. Brossoit played for the first time in five games and held his own against a tough opponent. He shut the door in the third period, and a goal from Cole Perfetti with 6:55 left ended up deciding the game. Brossoit has won six of his last eight outings and is now at 13-5-2 with a 2.10 GAA and a .925 save percentage through 21 appearances this season. Connor Hellebuyck is likely to start Thursday versus the Flames, but Brossoit could see an uptick in playing time once the Jets clinch a playoff spot.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Gets starting nod Monday

    Brossoit will protect the home goal versus the Kings on Monday, John Lu of TSN reports. Connor Hellebuyck has slumped lately, including in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Senators. Brossoit will return to the net after playing just once in the previous five games. Brossoit is 5-2-0 over eight appearances since the All-Star break while allowing just 15 goals in that span.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Needed in relief against Isles

    Brossoit turned aside 12 of 13 shots after replacing Connor Hellebuyck midway through the second period of Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Islanders. The switch in the crease had less to do with Hellebuyck's play and was more an effort by coach Rick Bowness to wake up his sleepwalking team, but Brossoit did his part in giving the Jets a chance to rally. The 31-year-old backup goalie has been impressive when called upon of late, and through five outings in March, Brossoit's gone 3-1-0 with a .945 save percentage.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Slated to start Thursday

    Brossoit is set to guard the crease against the Devils on the road Thursday, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports. Brossoit is riding a five-game winning streak during which he's posted a 1.40 GAA, .948 save percentage and two shutouts. With their No. 2 option rolling, it seems the Jets are willing to give the 30-year-old netminder some extra looks, as he figures to get one of the upcoming back-to-back games against the Islanders and Capitals on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Even then, Brossoit won't be taking the starting job away from Connor Hellebuyck any time soon.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Records second consecutive shutout

    Brossoit made 21 saves in Friday's 6-0 shutout win over the Ducks. Brossoit has five straight wins, including back-to-back shutouts. While it's only natural that he would play second fiddle to Connor Hellebuyck -- a four-time NHL All-Star who's making a serious bid for the second Vezina Trophy of his illustrious career -- there's no denying that Brossoit has been an excellent streaming option this campaign. The 30-year-old Brossoit has earned a 12-4-2 record with a sparkling 1.99 GAA and .927 save percentage through 18 games played.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Slated starter for Friday

    Brossoit is expected to start in Friday's home game versus Anaheim, per Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site. Brossoit has an 11-4-2 record, 2.11 GAA and .924 save percentage in 17 outings in 2023-24. He's won his past four starts while saving 106 of 113 shots (.938 save percentage). The Ducks rank 30th offensively with 2.58 goals per game, so this should be a very favorable matchup for Brossoit.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Shuts out Kraken

    Brossoit posted a 17-save shutout in Friday's 3-0 win over the Kraken. Brossoit earned his first shutout since the 2021-22 campaign in this effort. The 30-year-old wasn't tested much, and the Jets' offense took over in the third period. Brossoit is up to 11-4-2 with a 2.11 GAA and a .924 save percentage through 17 appearances. This kind of game represents a best-case scenario for the Jets -- Connor Hellebuyck was able to back up Friday after battling an illness, but if he's not 100 percent, Brossoit's light workload should mean he'll be relatively fresh if he needs to play Saturday versus the Canucks.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Starting in Buffalo

    Brossoit will patrol the road crease against the Sabres on Sunday, Ken Wiebe of The Winnipeg Free Press reports. With Connor Hellebuyck slated to start Saturday in Carolina, Brossoit will get the nod for the second half of the Jets' weekend back-to-back set. Brossoit was excellent in his last start Tuesday against the Blues, stopping 36 of 38 shots en route to a 4-2 win. He'll try to secure his 10th victory of the season in a favorable road matchup with a Buffalo team that's 13-16-1 at home this year.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Sharp again in win

    Brossoit stopped 36 of 38 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 victory over St. Louis. Brossoit was excellent Tuesday, holding the Blues to a pair of goals while making 36 saves in a second straight start. The 30-year-old netminder is now 9-4-2 with a strong .922 save percentage and 2.26 GAA behind Connor Hellebuyck this year. Brossoit could get at least one more start this week, with the Jets playing three times in four days.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Stops 36 shots in win

    Brossoit turned aside 36 of 39 shots in Tuesday's 6-3 victory over Minnesota. Brossoit was sharp in his first start in four games, holding the Wild to three goals (two coming on the power play) as he picked up his first win in over a month. The 30-year-old Brossoit improves to 8-4-2 with an impressive .920 save percentage and 2.28 GAA in limited action behind Connor Hellebuyck this season. Winnipeg is back in action Friday on the road against Chicago.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Facing Wild

    Brossoit will patrol the home crease Tuesday against Minnesota, per Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site. Brossoit has lost his past two outings, surrendering five goals on 51 shots during that stretch. He will get the second half of Winnipeg's back-to-back after Connor Hellebuyck played in Monday's 6-3 loss to Calgary. In 13 appearances this season, Brossoit has posted a 7-4-2 record with a 2.22 GAA and a .920 save percentage. The Wild rank 15th in the league this campaign with 3.11 goals per contest.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Falls to Philadelphia

    Brossoit allowed four goals on 21 shots in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Flyers. The Flyers got to Brossoit early Thursday, scoring three times in the opening period, ultimately sticking the 30-year-old netminder with a loss in just his second start in Winnipeg's last eight games. Brossoit's been solid overall in limited action behind Connor Hellebuyck -- Brossoit's now 7-5-2 with a .920 save percentage and 2.22 GAA this season. The Jets will try to snap a five-game losing skid Friday at home versus the Penguins.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Gets starting nod Thursday

    Brossoit will be between the pipes on the road against the Flyers on Thursday, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports. Brossoit will make his second appearance in the Jets' last eight contests, having posted a 29-save, one-goal-allowed performance in his previous clash with Toronto on Jan. 24. Starter Connor Hellebuyck is currently mired in a three-game losing streak, which could be a factor in playing Brossoit on Thursday. Regardless, it's Hellebucyk who will see the bulk of the workload the rest of the way, limiting Brossoit's opportunities down the stretch.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Tough OT loss to Toronto

    Brossoit turned aside 29 shots in Wednesday's 1-0 overtime loss to the Maple Leafs. The 30-year-old netminder was brilliant while shutting down Toronto's potent offense for 60-plus minutes, but Ilya Samsonov was also standing on his head in the other crease and Brossoit finally got beat when Auston Matthews got free on his doorstep for a deflection inside the final minute of OT. Brossoit hasn't seen a lot of work behind Connor Hellebuyck, but he's been fantastic when called upon -- Brossoit's last regulation loss came over a month ago, and in five starts during that time he's 4-0-1 with a 1.39 GAA and .951 save percentage.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Starting in Toronto

    Brossoit will defend the road net Wednesday against Toronto, according to Ken Wiebe of The Winnipeg Free Press. Brossoit has stopped 107 of 113 shots during his four-game winning streak. In 11 outings this season, he has provided a 7-3-1 record with a 2.18 GAA and a .923 save percentage. The Maple Leafs sit fifth in the league with 3.49 goals per contest this campaign.
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  • Jets' Laurent Brossoit: Getting rare start Thursday

    Brossoit will get the home start versus Chicago on Thursday, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Brossoit was sensational in Anaheim on Friday, turning aside 37 shots in a 3-1 victory. It was his third straight win, boosting his record to 6-3-1 with a 2.30 GAA and a .920 save percentage. He will face a weak opponent, as the Blackhawks are the second-lowest scoring team in the NHL, averaging just 2.32 goals per game this season.
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