On Feb. 13, the Winnipeg Jets hosted the Montreal Canadiens at the MTS Centre.
It was a big win for the Jets, who had lost three straight to the Canadiens.
Winnipeg had not won in the Mts in the previous 12 years.
After a scoreless first period, the Jets scored three goals in the third period to take a 2-1 lead.
The Canadiens responded by tying it in the fourth with two power-play goals.
The Jets had a chance to tie it up with a power-on goal in the final period but a turnover by Winnipeg defenseman Kyle Connor led to a turnover that resulted in a goal for a player called up by the Jets.
The Jets won the game, 5-3.
Since then, the team has won three straight games.
On Feb 7, the Montreal fans took to the ice to celebrate their victory.
“We’re excited to get back to Winnipeg, we’re excited about playing Montreal, and we’re really excited to play the Jets again,” said Bryan Little, the captain of the team.
A little over two weeks later, Winnipeg will host the New York Islanders at the Bell Centre.
On Feb. 14, the Islanders beat the Montreal Canadien team 5-2 in a game that was televised nationally by Rogers.
New York won the first two games of their season on a power play, including a powerplay goal by forward Mark Streit with 2:31 left in the first period.
The Islanders ended up winning 4-3 in overtime.
As for Winnipeg, it won three of its first four games before falling to the Florida Panthers 3-2 on Saturday.
With the team’s current run of five straight wins, the fans are expecting to get a win in Winnipeg on Feb. 20.