Six distinctive Winnipeg players scored in the season opening game, and Jets coach Mr. Paul Maurice is very happy about that.
For the all around conveyed scoring, as well as on the grounds that he has a half-dozen players who can spend one more day in dream land.
“Everyone has trusts and dreams when they come into a season, supposing they can score 50,” Maurice said with a grin after the Jets beat Boston 6-2 on Thursday night. “There’s six guys that still think they may.”
Nicolas Petan and Chris Thorburn scored in the 3rd period after the Bruins drew near one goal, and the Winnipeg Jets opened the season with establishment’s first win in Boston since 2007. The Bruins had beaten the Thrashers and Jets 13 continuous times in Boston.
“It’s never a simple test here. You truly attempt to exploit it when you can, and I think tonight was a major alleviation.”
Ondrej Pavelec was made 29 puts something aside for the Jets. David Krejci scored one goal to give Boston Bruins a 1-0 lead after first period.
After a moderate first period, Maurice said, “We got off the plane and off the transport and started to skate incrementally better and better. Furthermore, a beautiful darn great team after that.”
Be that as it may, under four minutes after the fact, Thorburn sneaked through the protection and put a bobbing puck past Tuukka Rask to make it 4-2.
Petan, who was making his NHL presentation, redirected a puck off his skate and into the net halfway through the last period to make it 5-2.
“I think it hit the back of my skate. I’m almost certain. I don’t even know without a doubt, yet I’ll take it,” he said. “Everyone saying congrats on the seat I believe is something I’ll recollect for quite a while.”
Alexander Burmistrov included a vacant netter with 3:38 to play, striking it in by the far faceoff circle.
The Jets are attempting to expand on last season’s playoff appearance of their first moving to Winnipeg Jets before the season 2011-12. They were cleared by Anaheim in the first round.
The Bruins are attempting to bob back in the wake of missing the playoffs last season interestingly since 2007 the prior year Claude Julien assumed control on the seat. General manager Mr. Peter Chiarelli was supplanted by Don Sweeney.
Be that as it may, with Zdeno Chara was missing the game with wounds, the Bruins attempted to keep the puck out of their net.