Maple Leafs upend Jets 3-2
Little was Winnipeg's most productive forward Thursday night with two assists and coach Claude Noel said he is going to have to shake up his two top lines.
Winnipeg's defense seems to be providing much of its offense lately, with defenseman Tobias Enstrom leading the team with 13 points.
"You've got to make changes, you can't just sit back and watch this," he said.
"You've got to juggle this thing around a little bit. ... They get on the power play and they score and our opportunities don't even exist on our power play."
The Jets went 0 for 4 on the power play and had trouble getting off a shot.
Redmond scored his first NHL goal on a 2-on-1 short-handed breakaway initiated by Little, who sent him a cross-ice pass the rookie fired past James Reimer's glove hand at 3:32 of the second period.
Dion Phaneuf was the only Leafs player between the two Jets and Toronto's goaltender.
But at 6:21 of the second, a mistake by Jets defenseman Paul Postma handed Bozak a 1-on-1 short-handed shootout with Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec.
Ladd put the Jets ahead at 3:46 of the third, tipping in a shot slapped from just inside the blue line by Grant Clitsome that beat Reimer's glove hand again.
Cody Franson fired a shot that Frattin got credit for as the puck glanced off him past a downed Pavelec to tie the game at 14:58.
Kessel popped in Bozak's drop pass less than a minute later after the Jets took a holding penalty.
Pavelec stopped 15 shots while Reimer made 23 saves.
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