The 21-year-old scored the team's two goals, including the overtime winner just 1:37 into the extra period Tuesday night. The end result was a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings which set a franchise record for wins in a season with their 44th of the year.
The Jets beat the previous mark of 43 set by the 2014-15 club, and by the then-Atlanta Thrashers who also tallied 43 wins during the 2006-07 season.
With nine games remaining on the schedule, the Jets will have the opportunity to pad their franchise mark before the season's out.
In a game against the Florida Panthers on Tuesday, the Ottawa Senators defenseman scored his second NHL goal in just his second career game. In the process, he became the first player in league history to score in each of his first two career games while playing for different teams.
Sieloff's first career goal came during a game back on April 9, 2016 when he was a member of the Calgary Flames.
The 23-year-old has spent this season with the Belleville Senators of the AHL where he has just one goal and five assists in 47 games.
"You know how I feel about him," Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella told George Richards of the Columbus Dispatch. "He has been given plenty of opportunities to kind of find himself. I thought he really struggled (Monday) and I have other guys chomping at the bit to get in here."
Dubinsky saw nearly 13 minutes of ice time Monday against the Boston Bruins, but was held off of the scoresheet. A one-time offensive threat, he has gone 17 games without a point, with his last coming Feb. 13 against the New York Islanders.
Tortorella and Dubinsky, of course, were together with the Rangers from 2008-12, with the forward posting a career-high 54 points in 2011.
Dubinsky is in his sixth season with the Blue Jackets. He finished last year with 12 goals and 29 assists in 80 games.
The Boston Bruins forward, formerly of Harvard, is two days removed from signing his entry-level contract with his hometown Bruins. But life in the NHL wasn't enough to stop his educational aspirations.
On Monday, Donato made his NHL debut against the Columbus Blue Jackets, potting a goal and two assists, becoming just the second Bruin to tally three points in his first career game.
Donato will return to the Bruins for Wednesday's contest against the St. Louis Blues.
Andersson, the seventh overall pick in the 2017 draft, has 28 points in 45 games this season split between Frolunda of the Swedish Hockey League, and the AHL's Hartford Wolf Pack. He picked up six goals and an assist in seven games while captaining Sweden at the World Juniors, and infamously threw his silver medal in the stands.
Chytil, also a first-round pick last year (21st overall), has 31 points in 44 games with the Wolf Pack. He dressed for two games with the Rangers in October, so he can play up to seven games before burning a year off his entry-level contract. Andersson, meanwhile, could play up to nine games.