He first pulled the move on Oct. 29 against Calgary.
“This one, everyone was happy but it wasn’t like the first one, because the first one, it kind of like shocked everyone,” Svechnikov said.
He says he’s been practicing the play for five years.
“I feel like when I stop behind the net, if I got room I’m always going to try that,” he said. “You’ll see, maybe I’m going to score next game.”
Lucas Wallmark also scored for Carolina, which has a six-game point streak (5-0-1). Dougie Hamilton contributed three assists, and Nino Niederreiter added two.
Jack Roslovic, Patrik Laine and Mark Scheifele scored for the Jets, who had won five straight at home.
“Good for him. He made a great play. That’s it,” Laine said of Svechnikov’s goal. “There was only one defender in front of the net. If you want to go after him then he’s probably going to pass it in front of the net.”
Petr Mrazek made 30 saves for the Hurricanes, who are 3-0-1 during a five-game trip that ends Thursday in Colorado.
Hellebuyck stopped 18 shots for Winnipeg before Laurent Brossoit replaced him to start the third period with Carolina ahead 5-2. Brossoit made four saves.
The game was tied at 1 after the first period. Winnipeg had the first power play late in the opening period, but Mrazek stopped all three shots he faced.
Wallmark got a loose puck in the slot and scored on a power play at 18:23.
Jets forward Nikolaj Ehlers helped ensure the visitors wouldn’t take the lead to the dressing. He spun around inside the blue line and fired the puck straight at the net, where Roslovic was in front to deflect it in with 7.4 seconds remaining in the period.
Aho scored his 19th and 20th goals of the season and picked up his one assist in the middle period. He has 11 points in his last five games off seven goals and four assists.
Aho’s first goal gave Carolina a 2-1 lead, but Laine deflected in Nathan Beaulieu’s shot to tie it at 12:18.
Svechnikov regained the lead 52 seconds later with his viral-worthy finish.