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Winnipeg Jets' Anthony Peluso, left, fights Calgary Flames' Brian Mcgrattan during first period NHL hockey action in Calgary, Thursday.
Winnipeg Jets' Michael Frolik, left, celebrates his assist with teammate Andrew Ladd during the game's first period against the Calgary Flames Thursday.
Winnipeg Jets' Mark Stuart, left, knocks Calgary Flames' Lee Stempniak to the ice during the first period.
Winnipeg Jets' Dustin Byfuglien, second from left, celebrates his goal with teammates during the first period against the Calgary Flames in Calgary.
Winnipeg Jets' Chris Thorburn, right, has his stick trapped by Calgary Flames' goalie Reto Berra during the second period Thursday.
Winnipeg Jets' Mark Scheifele, right, checks Calgary Flames' Joe Colborne during the second period in Calgary Thursday.
Winnipeg Jets' goalie Ondrej Pavelec, right, watches a rebound as teammate Mark Stuart checks Calgary Flames' Kevin Westgarth in the second period Thursday.
Winnipeg Jets' Olli Jokinen, right, celebrates his second-period goal with teammate Andrew Ladd Thursday.
Winnipeg Jets' Tobias Enstrom, left, gets upended by Calgary Flames' Joe Colborne during third period in Calgary Thursday.
Calgary Flames' goalie Reto Berra reacts after letting in the fifth goal during third period against the Winnipeg Jets in Calgary Thursday.
Security officials subdue and handcuff a Winnipeg Jets fan after a fight broke out during third period NHL hockey action against the Calgary Flames in Calgary Thursday. The Winnipeg Jets beat the Calgary Flames 5-2.
Winnipeg Jets' Anthony Peluso, left, fights Calgary Flames' Brian Mcgrattan during first period NHL hockey action in Calgary, Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Michael Frolik, left, celebrates his assist with teammate Andrew Ladd during the game's first period against the Calgary Flames Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Mark Stuart, left, knocks Calgary Flames' Lee Stempniak to the ice during the first period. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Dustin Byfuglien, second from left, celebrates his goal with teammates during the first period against the Calgary Flames in Calgary. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Chris Thorburn, right, has his stick trapped by Calgary Flames' goalie Reto Berra during the second period Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Mark Scheifele, right, checks Calgary Flames' Joe Colborne during the second period in Calgary Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' goalie Ondrej Pavelec, right, watches a rebound as teammate Mark Stuart checks Calgary Flames' Kevin Westgarth in the second period Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Olli Jokinen, right, celebrates his second-period goal with teammate Andrew Ladd Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Jets' Tobias Enstrom, left, gets upended by Calgary Flames' Joe Colborne during third period in Calgary Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Calgary Flames' goalie Reto Berra reacts after letting in the fifth goal during third period against the Winnipeg Jets in Calgary Thursday. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
Security officials subdue and handcuff a Winnipeg Jets fan after a fight broke out during third period NHL hockey action against the Calgary Flames in Calgary Thursday. The Winnipeg Jets beat the Calgary Flames 5-2. - Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press
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Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:51 pm

“You’ll pay for what you have done. When you get to the other side you’ll have to answer for it," Lavana Gentray told son's killer.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:50 pm

“You caused us great suffering and sorrow. Every day I feel the loss of my precious son,” victim's mother, Lavana Gentray, told court.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:50 pm

“Mr. Mustard lives on. He will have sunrises and sunsets. Tony’s are gone,” said victim's uncle, Michael James.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:49 pm

Family members of the 50-year-old victim, Anthony Sorokowski, presented emotional impact statements Friday describing their loss.

Mike McIntyre | @mikeoncrime

May 22 3:49 pm

Gerald Mustard, 43, was convicted earlier this month of manslaughter. He wants 3-4 years. Judge reserved decision to June 2.

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