Winnipeg's Chris Thorburn put the visiting team up 1-0 less than two minutes into the opening period before Brad Marchand level the score at 1-1 for the Bruins just after the 14 minute mark.
The second and third periods followed with Winnipeg failing to convert on two separate power play chances while the Bruins also failed to take advantage of their own power play chance in the last two minutes of the period.
Again in the third period it was another scoreless session with the Bruins and Jets once again failing to make any headway with power play opportunities. The Jets had the man advantage in the last two minutes but could not manage to make it count.
Nothing came of the overtime period as both goal keepers, Ondrej Pavalec of the Jets and Tuukka Rask of the Bruins had equal stats at 26 saves each with 96.3 save percentage.
However, the shootout was all about the Bruins as Tyler Seguin opened it up with a goal for the home team. Winnipeg's Blake Wheeler brought it level, but Patrice Bergeron stepped up to put the Bruins 2-1 up and that was how it would finish.
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