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Greg Cambell crashes the net in the Bruin's shootout victory The Bruins get the win on Saturday afternoon beating the Winnipeg Jets in a shootout. Bergy and Seguin scored on sweet little shots to out score the jets 2-1 after the 5 minute overtime.  The B’s came out of the gate slow and sloppy and let the Jets jump on the board first. Chris Thorburn buried a juicy rebound given up by Rask to put Winnipeg up 1-0 just under two minutes into the game. Marchand answered the Jets goal by deflecting in a perfect pass from Tyler Seguin with 14:12 left in the first. Bruins picked up the pace after scoring and dominated the game up and down the ice. Bruins had numerous scoring chances throughout the game but failed to finish another one in regulation hitting the bar 5 times. The Bruins PK came through huge killing off two penalties in OT to force the shootout. The power play had some good opportunities but once again failed to score. The PP is now 0-8 on the season.    Lucic look...
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