Nikolaj Ehlers scored two times for the Jets, who have actually lost five of 7. Grant's second goal of the season topped a frantic 2:52 in which 4 goals were scored. Bryan Little pulled the Jets to 5-4 at 6:39 of the third duration, however Carter Rowney scored on a breakaway with 3:48 staying to make it 6-4. Ducks pour it on Jets to earn win:

Derek Grant's goal topped a four-goal second duration for the Ducks in their 7-4 win over Winnipeg. 0:29

Niedermayer scored 60 goals in 317 video games throughout 5 seasons with the Ducks.

Rowney caps off Ducks' W

Troy Terry gave Anaheim a 4-3 lead eight minutes into the second when he scored on a breakaway set up by Mahura's long pass. Derek Grant made it 5-3 at 9:10 when the rebound of a shot by Nicolas Deslauriers struck him in the arm and redirected in.

Grant's second goal of the season capped a frenzied 2:52 in which 4 objectives were scored. Adam Henrique put the Ducks up 3-2 at 6:18, however Ehlers connected the video game 42 seconds later.

The Ducks connected it 2-all just 38 seconds into the second when Ryan Getzlaf scored off a faceoff win by Max Comtois.

Bryan Little pulled the Jets to 5-4 at 6:39 of the 3rd duration, but Carter Rowney scored on a breakaway with 3:48 remaining to make it 6-4. Rowney included an empty-netter with 2.9 seconds remaining.

The Jets needed 55 seconds to take a 1-0 lead when Ehlers scored on a wrist shot from the best circle, and Blake Wheeler put Winnipeg back in front 2-1 at 12:02 after Fowler's record-breaking goal.