Jets close regular season with win, league records
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.
JETS 3, SPRINGFIELD 1
Janesville 1 1 1—3
Springfield 0 1 0—1
J—Brandon Schultz (Evan Feno), 18:16.
S—Kevin Klima (Kelly Klima, Matt Long), 5:02; J—Mitch Fossier (Zach Solow), 7:56.
J—Brandon Schultz (Zach LaValle, Evan Feno), 10:35.
Saves--Matt Jurusik (J) 19, Dryden McKay (S) 32.