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Record: 40 – 35 – 7

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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


Third Period

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



No scoring.



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).


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.


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.

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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


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