Marc-Andre Fleury knows it's going to happen eventually, that it's inevitable he'll own the franchise record for career shutouts.

He also realizes he isn't likely to come much closer to claiming that piece of Penguins history than he did in their 3-1 victory against Winnipeg at the MTS Centre Friday night.

The Penguins were up, 2-0, with less than two minutes to go in regulation when Jets coach Claude Noel replaced goalie Ondrej Pavelec with an extra attacker.

And with 95 seconds remaining, Winnipeg winger Andrew Ladd flipped a close-range backhander past Fleury to slice the Penguins' lead to one and freeze Fleury's career shutout total at 22.

Ladd's goal didn't affect the outcome -- Penguins winger Craig Adams made sure of that by scoring his second goal of the evening into an empty net at 19:32 -- but it ended Fleury's bid to move past Tom Barrasso in the team record book.

"I thought it was finally here," said Fleury, who earned his most recent shutout 26 appearances ago (Feb. 21, 2012). "I guess we'll keep the suspense going a little longer."