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Free Press ★★★
★ Ondrej Pavelec: Tuukka Rask was good, too, in the Bruins’ net but the Jets need their big Czech to be huge this year. And he was Monday afternoon.
★★ Tyler Seguin: So skilled and dangerous. And you get the feeling he’s still just figuring the NHL out.
★★★ Ron Hainsey: Put in over 25 minutes of solid work while paired with Mark Stuart.
Nothing flashy, but poised and very few mistakes.
Jets 1 (SO)
1. Winnipeg, Thorburn 1 (Postma, Slater) 1:58
2. Boston, Marchand 1 (Seguin) 14:12
Penalties -- None
Penalties -- Krejci Bos (high-sticking) 1:27, Ference Bos (tripping) 5:44, Stuart Wpg (interference) 18:20.
Penalties -- Kane Wpg (goaltender interference) 12:31, Boychuk Bos (high-sticking) 18:49.
Penalty -- Chara Bos (holding) 3:32.
Boston wins 2-1
Winnipeg (1) -- Wheeler, goal; Jokinen, miss; Little, miss.
Boston (2) -- Seguin, goal; Bergeron, goal; Bourque, miss.
Referees -- Mike Hasenfratz, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen -- Darren Gibbs, Shane Heyer.
Attendance -- 17,565 (17,565).
Paul Postma struggled in the Jets' opener, but was better on Monday and picked up his first career NHL point. He also has clanged two shots off goal posts in two games.
Ladd, Little, Wheeler, Kane, Jokinen, Wellwood, Ponikarovsky, Burmistrov, Antropov -- the Jets' top-nine forwards -- have combined for zero goals through two games.
-- Ed Tait