Bruins fall to Jets in shootout

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WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Bruins coach Claude Julien was not happy. He had not been happy with his team after its shootout loss in Minnesota on Tuesday, and he was even less happy after its 2-1 shootout loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night.

Even with the Bruins having locked up No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference and with just the Presidents’ Trophy on the line, Julien didn’t like what he saw from his shorthanded team at the MTS Centre.

“We looked like a disinterested team tonight, and they were determined to have a good, strong finish here, and they did,” Julien said. “They were the better team tonight from start to finish. I thought our goaltender [Chad Johnson] was the reason we were able to come out of here with at least a point.”

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