Jets close regular season with win, league records

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Gazette staff
March 28, 2015

The Janesville Jets capped off a spectacular regular season with a record-breaking win Saturday night.

The Jets defeated host Springfield 3-1 in the final regular-season game.

The win was the Jets' 49th of the season, which broke the NAHL record of 48 set by Bozeman in the 2005-2006 season.

It also gave the Jets 100 points making them the first team ever to hit the triple-digit mark. Amarillo collected 99 points in both the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.

The Jets, behind goalie Matt Jurusik allowed just 113 goals in the 60 games, smashing the league record of 118 set by Amarillo in the 2012-'13 season.

Jurusik stopped 19 of 20 shots Saturday night to collect his 24th straight victory.

Brandon Schultz scored two goals, while Mitch Fossier added the other against the Jr. Blues.


Janesville 1 1 1—3

Springfield 0 1 0—1

First Period

J—Brandon Schultz (Evan Feno), 18:16.

Second Period

S—Kevin Klima (Kelly Klima, Matt Long), 5:02; J—Mitch Fossier (Zach Solow), 7:56.

Third Period

J—Brandon Schultz (Zach LaValle, Evan Feno), 10:35.

Saves--Matt Jurusik (J) 19, Dryden McKay (S) 32.

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