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Winnipeg Jets suffer fourth consecutive loss in Pittsburgh and Lose Dillion for three games

Winnipeg, February 8, 2024 - The Winnipeg Jets struggles continue as they faced yet another defeat, marking their fourth consecutive loss. The Jets succumbed to a 3-0 shutout by the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh last night, further extending their winless streak.

Scoring woes plagued the Jets once again as they managed to net just three goals throughout the four-game skid, making this their longest stretch without a win so far this season. The offensive drought is undoubtedly a cause for concern among players and fans alike as the team strives to regain its momentum.

Looking ahead, the Jets are set to travel to Philadelphia where they will clash with the Flyers tonight, hoping to turn the tide and secure a much-needed victory on the road. Following their brief stint away from home, Winnipeg will return to familiar territory for a rematch against the Penguins on Saturday.

However, the Jets will face an additional challenge as defenseman Brenden Dillon will be sidelined for the next three games. This decision comes after Dillon was suspended for a headshot that resulted in an injury to Penguins forward Noel Acciari during Tuesday's matchup.



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