May 29, 2015


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Winnipeg Jets' Andrew Ladd, right, celebrates his goal against the Phoenix Coyotes with teammate Michael Frolik, left, of the Czech Republic, during the first period of Tuesday's game. The Jets won the game 2-1.

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Winnipeg Jets' Andrew Ladd, right, celebrates his goal against the Phoenix Coyotes with teammate Michael Frolik, left, of the Czech Republic, during the first period of Tuesday's game. The Jets won the game 2-1.

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