WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Bryan Little scored the deciding goal in a shootout and the Winnipeg Jets rallied from a two-goal deficit to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Thursday night.
Mark Scheifele tied it 2-all when he scored with 49 seconds left in the third period with Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck pulled for an extra attacker.
Blake Wheeler made a pass out front to Scheifele, who beat Brian Elliott for his 11th goal of the season. Patrik Laine also got an assist to extend his point streak to seven games (five goals, three assists).
Mathieu Perreault, back on the ice after missing 12 games with a lower-body injury, also scored for Winnipeg (11-4-3).
Jakub Voracek and Sean Couturier had first-period goals for the Flyers (8-8-3), who were coming off back-to-back shutout losses to Minnesota. Elliott made 31 saves through regulation and overtime.
Scheifele and Laine also scored in the shootout to help the Jets win the tiebreaker 3-2 in four rounds. Voracek and Jordan Weal were successful for Philadelphia.
Winnipeg had a 4-on-3 power play during the last 1:05 of overtime after the Flyers were called for too many men, but then Laine took a penalty for high-sticking and the teams went back to 3-on-3 for the last 20 seconds.
Hellebuyck stopped 30 shots for the Jets and is 10-1-2 on the season.
Voracek halted his team's shutout streak at 158 minutes, 36 seconds, when he scored off a rebound at 2:26 of the first.
Couturier got his 11th goal of the season at 5:15 after Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien was sent to the penalty box for tripping.
Winnipeg got its own power play when Scott Laughton was called for hooking, and things got a bit ugly.
As players went into the corner behind Elliott, Perreault fell to his knees along the goal line after getting tangled up with Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas, who lost his balance and slashed Perreault just below the neck. Gudas received a slashing major and game misconduct, while Perreault was assessed a high-sticking minor.
Perreault rebounded in the second period with a goal at 13:05 after a slick pass by Joel Armia, who threaded the puck through Philadelphia defenseman Brandon Manning's legs as he and Perreault rushed the net.
Both teams had a power play in the third. The Flyers finished 1 for 5 with the man advantage and the Jets were 1 for 7.
NOTES: Flyers rookie center Nolan Patrick, the No. 2 pick in this year's NHL draft, got to play in his hometown after sitting out the past nine games with a concussion. He had 7:58 of ice time. ... Philadelphia wing Dale Weise also is from Winnipeg.
Flyers: Host the Calgary Flames on Saturday.
Jets: Host the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.