That would be as close as the Jets would get to tying it.
With Ron Hainsey in the box, Turris scored his third goal in two games, finding mesh with a sharp angle shot after taking a pass from Alfredsson. Then, 75 seconds later, Silfverberg scored his second with his trademark quick release shot from the left wing faceoff dot.
NOTES: Jakob Silfverberg's first-period goal stopped a streak of 29 consecutive penalty kills for the Jets. ... The Senators record in previous St. Patty's Day games is 7-2-2. ... Senator's defenseman Sergei Gonchar extended his consecutive games point scoring streak to seven. ... Jets center Nik Antropov entered the day with a five-game point scoring streak. ... The Senators outshot the Jets 19-6 in the first period. ... Winnipeg entered the game with a 10-5-1 record since Feb. 15, when defenseman Zach Bogosian returned to the lineup from a wrist injury. ... Robin Lehner made his sixth start since being recalled from Binghamton, but it was only his second appearance at Scotiabank Place. Four of Lehner's first five games went to overtime.