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Jets to play Bruins in exhibition game

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets have rescheduled a pre-season game for this fall in Saskatoon, making up for one that was scuttled because of the 2012 lockout.

The Jets will play the Boston Bruins on Sept. 27 at Credit Union Place.

Saskatoon will also see another NHL exhibition game. Calgary and Ottawa will play there on Sept. 16.

Tickets for the games go on sale next week and will be priced between $42.50 and $92.50 plus service fees.

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WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets have rescheduled a pre-season game for this fall in Saskatoon, making up for one that was scuttled because of the 2012 lockout.

The Jets will play the Boston Bruins on Sept. 27 at Credit Union Place.

Saskatoon will also see another NHL exhibition game. Calgary and Ottawa will play there on Sept. 16.

Tickets for the games go on sale next week and will be priced between $42.50 and $92.50 plus service fees.

 

tim.campbell@freepress.mb.ca

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