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While the top line is firing on all cylinders, Nikolaj Ehlers is stuck in neutral.
The 22-year-old Dane is still mired in the slump that plagued him in the latter part of the 2017-18 season and has been held without a point this season.
“Trying to get the routes right at the expense of getting them done quickly.
A little too aware so we end up standing around an awful lot and not nearly enough pressure on the puck right from the entry.
(Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers) “It’s just slow…” Paul Maurice said Monday of his squad’s penalty kill.
In the second and third period on Saturday, Ehlers was reunited with Patrik Laine on a second line centred by Bryan Little, but they didn’t generate much.
In the Jets’ home opener, Ehlers was better; he had a few good chances and used his incredible speed to create space but still played a relatively low .
Myers took an interference penalty in the first after he slowed up Radek Faksa.
In the third, he didn’t keep tabs on his stick and caught Tyler Pitlick up high.
On Saturday, however, they spent too much time down a man again and it cost them; the Stars’ high-octane unit of Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and Jason Spezza connected for three power-play goals on five chances and a combined seven special-teams points. Dustin Byfuglien and Tyler Myers were the worst offenders as Byfuglien crosschecked Mark Methot from behind in the first period and in the second, got nailed for pointlessly clutching Alexander Radulov’s stick (Byfuglien had possession of the puck at the time). Kyle Connor cut the Stars’ 2-0 lead in half with an early second-period goal and the Jets appeared to have grabbed some momentum.