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"ï"ï SUMMARY

First Period

1. Toronto, Lupul 1 (Kadri), 1:32 Penalties--Thorburn, Wpg, major (fighting), 4:06; Orr, Tor, major (fighting), 4:06; Bogosian, Wpg, minor-major-misconduct (instigator, fighting), 8:22; Kane, Wpg (unsportsmanlike conduct), 8:22; Scrivens, Tor, served by Kessel (unsportsmanlike conduct), 8:22; Holzer, Tor, minor-major (unsportsmanlike conduct, fighting), 8:22; Hainsey, Wpg (interference), 9:41; Lupul, Tor (interference), 10:07; Miettinen, Wpg (boarding), 13:37; Lupul, Tor (hooking), 17:44.

Second Period

2. Winnipeg, Wright 1 (Wellwood, Antropov), 5:29

3. Winnipeg, Miettinen 2 (Byfuglien, Jokinen), 10:36

4. Winnipeg, Wheeler 11 (Little, Ladd), 12:03

5. Winnipeg, Wheeler 12 (Ladd, Bogosian), 15:29.

6. Toronto, Kulemin 3 (McClement), 18:35.

7. Toronto, Lupul 2 (Kadri), 19:00

Penalties--None.

Third Period

8. Toronto, Kessel 10 (Bozak, van Riemsdyk), 5:50.

Penalties--None.

Overtime

No scoring.

Penalties--None.

Shootout

Winnipeg 2 (Wheeler G, Little NG, Jokinen NG, Kane NG, Ladd NG, Miettinen NG, Byfuglien NG, Wellwood NG, Antropov NG, Bogosian G), Toronto 1 (Kadri NG, Bozak G, Lupul NG, Kessel NG, Frattin NG, van Riemsdyk NG, Franson NG, MacArthur NG, Phaneuf NG, Kulemin NG).

Referees--Ian Walsh, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen--Greg Devorski, Mark Shewchyk. Attendance -- 19,401 (18,819).

"ï"ï SECOND-PERIOD OUTBURST:

The Jets scored four times -- in 10 minutes, no less -- in the second period, tying a franchise record that's been accomplished nine times now.

The last time was in 2010 as the Atlanta Thrashers.

"ï"ï GET BACK OUT THERE:

Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien was used more than 11 minutes in the first period -- mainly due to Zach Bogosian's instigator penalty and misconduct -- and Byfuglien ended the night with a season-high and game-high 31 minutes 18 seconds.

Byfuglien had one assist, four shots on goal and a failed shootout attempt in the seventh round.

"ï"ï UP NEXT:

Winnipeg finishes up a two-game road trip in Ottawa today before returning home for a MTS Centre matchup with the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night.

-- Campbell

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 17, 2013 B3

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