When he was in the penalty box late in the third period, Alexander Burmistrov was probably quite worried about being in the doghouse.
He had gone five games without a point, with a -3 rating against Montreal on Nov. 1. The penalty he took likely did him few favors, either.
A timely pass found him on his way out of the penalty box, however, and he made a great play to get the puck to Blake Wheeler, who returned the favor for a fabulous 2-on-1 goal that served as the game-winner.
In a way, it captured the feel for what Winnipeg does so well: scoring goals as a group.
Four different Jets scored goals. Multiple players, including Wheeler, added assists as well.
Depth is a big thing in a league where goals are tougher to come by, and Winnipeg seemingly boasts that.
One might even make that argument with more confidence if Burmistrov can get it going from here.