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1 Craig Anderson, Senators

Posts, early goal against, but gave the Jets nothing in last 54 minutes.

 

2 Dustin Byfuglien, Jets.

Goal early, the most noticeable member of the Jets.

 

3 Erik Karlsson, Senators

Three points; Norris voters get a head start.

 

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Dustin Byfuglien with six shots on goal and Evander Kane four. If those guys keep shooting at that pace, you have to believe the scoring stats will follow.

 

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Penalty-killing. Jets gave up one power-play goal Saturday in two chances, a 50 per cent start in that department; mirroring their disappointing ranking of 2011-12.

 

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Winnipeg Jets at Boston Bruins, 1st game of 2-game trip, Today, noon CT, TSNJets, TSN1290

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