VIEW THE FULL GAME NOTES The Winnipeg Jets meet the Florida Panthers tonight in the second of two games during the NHL Global Series in Helsinki, Finland...Patrik Laine's hat trick powered the Jets to a 4-2 victory last night...These two games are the back half of a four-game road trip for the Jets, which started with a 2-1 win against the Detroit Red Wings last Friday before a 3-2 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday...After returning from Finland, the Jets begin a four-game homestand against the Colorado Avalanche on Nov. 9. Back-2-Back These two games mark the second of 10 back-to-back sets the Jets have this season...Winnipeg split last weekend's back-to-back set in Detroit and Toronto...Last season, the Jets went 4-3-2 in the first game of back-to-backs and 4-4-1 in the second game...Nineteen of Winnipeg's 20 games in back-to-back sets this season are on the road. Dominating the East Tonight is the last of five consecutive games for the Jets against an Eastern Conference team...The Jets are 3-2-0 against Eastern Conference teams this season...Winnipeg went 19-7-6 against the Eastern Conference last season, including a 10-3-3 record versus the Atlantic Division and 9-4-3 record against the Metropolitan Division...Blake Wheeler led the Jets with 37 points (10G, 27A) in 31 games against the Eastern Conference, which was tied for fourth among Western Conference players last season...Goaltender Connor Hellebuyck went 15-3-5 versus the East. Feeling the Power The Jets have scored a power play goal in nine consecutive games, going 11-for-31 (35.5%)...The Jets have set a franchise record for most consecutive games with a power play goal...Winnipeg is 31.7% on the power play this season, which is third in the NHL...Patrik Laine is tied for the NHL lead with five power play goals this season. Hat Trick Laine Patrik Laine tallied his fifth hat trick of his NHL career last night...Despite only playing just more than two seasons with the Jets, Laine is second behind Ilya Kovalchuk (11) for the most hat tricks in franchise history...He doubled his season goal total with the hat trick...Laine leads the NHL with five go-ahead goals this season, including two last night...Since his first season in 2016-17, Laine is second in the NHL with 15 go-ahead goals, one back of Alex Ovechkin, and is already tied for fourth in franchise history.