Rick Bowness might have liked the final rating, but the coach wasn't delighted with the method the Winnipeg Jets started their 5-2 comeback triumph over the going to Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.

" It's just wrong to start a game like that," stated Bowness, whose group was outshot 18-7 in the first period and was down 2-0 early in the second.

" Listen, I'm the head coach so I'm responsible for the method we begin and getting our group prepared. That begins with me. The second thing is, I'm not a sitter. These men are males. They're specialists and they're paid to appear here and go to work. My job here is to make that take place.

" The third thing on that would be: you can not play this game without enthusiasm. Without feeling. You can not play this game on your heels. When we're on our heels, and I dislike. It's not best."

The video game was 2-2 when Morgan Barron scored at 13:23 of the third duration and Mark Scheifele quickly followed with his team-leading 13th objective of the season at 15:12.

Saku Maenalanen and Nate Schmidt each had a goal and help for the Jets (15-7-1). Dylan Samberg recorded his very first NHL goal and Kyle Connor and Adam Lowry both added a set of assists.WATCH l Barron's 3rd-periodgoal holds up for Jets:< div class =" player-placeholder-video-ui" title="

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as Winnipeg defeated Anaheim 5-2 Sunday.Connor Hellebuyck made 28 conserves for Winnipeg, which is 2-1-0 in a four-game homestand that finishes up Tuesday versus the Florida Panthers.Barron said the gamers soaked up Bowness's words in the dressing room after the very first duration." There wasn't adequate intent. It wasn't extreme enough from us," Barron said. "We weren't having fun with sufficient passion because first period. We all knew it on the bench, on the ice, and I'm sure you men could distinguish the press box that held true. We require to have much better starts."

Jakob Silfverberg and Brett Leason scored for the Ducks (6-17-3), who sit at the bottom of the NHL standings and saw their winless streak stretch to 6 games (0-4-2).

" We had an actually excellent very first period and we let them return in the 2nd, and the third duration was anyone's game and they leapt on the opportunity," Leason said. "We just got ta discover a way to get good starts and finish video games."

Anthony Stolarz stopped 35 shots for Anaheim, which was coming off a 5-4 shootout loss to Minnesota on Saturday.The game was 2-2 after objectives by Maenalanen and Samberg in the 2nd duration." I thought our men did a hell of a task

throughout the video game, leading early and holding on, "Anaheim head coach Dallas Eakins said." The winning goal just comes off of a man. Our [defenceman] got his feet tangled up with another person and he falls. We're probably right now in overtime or a shootout if he doesn't fall. "The Ducks had a pair of power plays in the very first period and made the second one count. The Jets' Josh Morrissey, third from right, blends it up with some Ducks throughout the very first period.( Fred Greenslade/Associated Press) Hellebuyck stopped a shot by Frank Vatrano but the rebound bounced out to Silfverberg, who slapped the puck into the web at 15:16. The Ducks went up 2-0 after a Samberg giveaway near centre ice turned into

a breakaway for Leason, who transformed the opportunity at 5:09 of the second.The Jets responded with some pressure and were rewarded.After Scheifele rang a shot off the post, Schmidt sent out a puck from behind the web out front to Maenalanen and he put it behind Stolarz at 10:31. Samberg redeemed himself for his earlier miscue when he connected the rating 2-2 with a point shot through traffic at 13:28. Anaheim put in an unsuccessful coach's challenge for a high stick.Samberg said the puck hopped over this stick on the turnover." I made a turnover there at the blue-line that cost us the second objective but to be able to rating, type of useful to bringing the team back in," Samberg said. "A little weight off my shoulders. "Schmidt finished the scoring with a power-play goal at 19:15 of the 3rd. Morgan Barron's 3rd duration goal held up

as Winnipeg defeated Anaheim 5-2 Sunday.Connor Hellebuyck made 28 conserves for Winnipeg, which is 2-1-0 in a four-game homestand that covers up Tuesday versus the Florida Panthers.Barron stated the players absorbed Bowness's words in the dressing space after the very first duration." We had an actually good very first period and we let them get back in the 2nd, and the third duration was anyone's video game and they jumped on the opportunity," Leason said."

Anthony Stolarz stopped 35 shots for Anaheim, which was coming off a 5-4 shootout loss to Minnesota on Saturday.The video game was 2-2 after goals by Maenalanen and Samberg in the second period. "The Ducks had a pair of power plays in the very first period and made the 2nd one count. The Jets' Josh Morrissey, 3rd from right, mixes it up with some Ducks throughout the first duration.