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HIGHLIGHT REEL Jets 4 / Sabres 1

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The victory Thursday night eases some pressure of standings urgency, making the picture a little better than it was a day ago. The Jets moved to 49 points, still in 10th place in the Eastern Conference but now within three points of both a playoff spot and the Southeast Division lead shared by Washington and Florida. Toronto remains ninth with 51 points and now the Jets are six up on the slumping Sabres.

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At the MTS Centre

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The victory Thursday night eases some pressure of standings urgency, making the picture a little better than it was a day ago. The Jets moved to 49 points, still in 10th place in the Eastern Conference but now within three points of both a playoff spot and the Southeast Division lead shared by Washington and Florida. Toronto remains ninth with 51 points and now the Jets are six up on the slumping Sabres.

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Winnipeg scored its victory with the power play. it scored two advantage goals after Buffalo had tied the game early in the second period. One was a point shot from Toby Enstrom and the third-period goal that allowed some breathing room at 3-1 was from Mike Stapleton in a close-in play at the crease.The loss was Buffalo's 11th straight on the road.

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The Jets power play got full marks Thursday for not giving up. When the referees ruled no-goal on a tight play earlier in the advantage, saying the Jets interfered with goalie Ryan Miller, the unit persisted and scored 59 seconds later to re-establish the lead. A key point in the game.

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SUMMARY

FIRST PERIOD

1. Winnipeg, Ladd 16 (Hainsey, Wellwood) 11:34

Penalties — McCormick Buf, Stuart Wpg (fighting) 4:29.

SECOND PERIOD

2. Buffalo, Stafford 8 (Gerbe) 4:18

3. Winnipeg, Enstrom 4 (Little, Wheeler) 12:55 (pp)

Penalties — Buffalo bench (too many men; served by Stafford) 11:41, Hecht Buf (interference) 13:31, Stapleton Wpg (hooking) 14:26, Gerbe Buf, Wheeler Wpg (unsportsmanlike conduct) 20:00.

THIRD PERIOD

4. Winnipeg, Stapleton 7 (Antropov, Ladd) 3:46 (pp)

5. Winnipeg, Antropov 6 (Wellwood, Oduya) 18:40

Penalties — Roy Buf (tripping) 3:00, Antropov Wpg (roughing) 9:28, McCormick Buf (interference) 11:58.

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Buffalo1079—26

Winnipeg19113—33

Goal — Buffalo: Miller (L,11-14-2); Winnipeg: Pavelec (W,16-16-5)

Power plays (goals-chances) — Buffalo: 0-2; Winnipeg: 2-3.

Referees — Ghislain Hebert, Tim Peel. Linesmen — Shane Heyer, Derek Nansen.

Attendance — 15,004 (15,004).

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