ANAHEIM - If the hockey world wasn't aware of Jakob Silfverberg, they are now.
With 19.8-seconds remaining, the forward acquired in the Bobby Ryan-to-Ottawa trade, snapped a wrist shot past Ondrej Pavalec to ice the game, 2-1, for the Ducks.
The hard-hitting game was not without its controversies. And they both included Ryan Kesler… not in a good way.
Kesler aided the Jets in scoring their only goal of the game after he shoved Lee Stempniak into the net. As Stempniak was starting to leave the crease, Adam Pardy slipped a wraparound shot into the net.
Everyone in orange and black (and purple,Read More »from Silfverberg's winner with 19.8-seconds left puts Ducks up 2-0 on Jets