Hellebuyck sets Jets record with 18 career shutouts as Winnipeg blanks Canucks

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Hellebuyck sets Jets record with 18 career shutouts as Winnipeg blanks Canucks
Hellebuyck sets Jets record with 18 career shutouts as Winnipeg blanks Canucks

WINNIPEG — Connor Hellebuyck made 41 saves for his fourth shutout of the season as the Winnipeg Jets ended a six-game losing streak at home with a 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday. It was the 18th shutout of Hellebuyck's career and gave him the franchise record for shutouts, surpassing Ondrej Pavelec. Hellebuyck earned it with some highlight saves, particularly in the third period. He even tried to shoot the puck down the ice into an empty net, but it hit a Vancouver player. Kyle Connor scored twice, one into an empty net, to give him a team-leading 24 goals for Winnipeg (25-18-4), which was 0-5-1 during its losing skid at Bell MTS Place. Jack Roslovic and Blake Wheeler also

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