Jets finally deal Bruins a regulation loss

It took over a month, but the Boston Bruins have finally lost a game in regulation.

After dropping a 4-2 decision at Montreal on October 29, Boston went on to win its next 10 games before dropping a 3-2 decision to Detroit in a shootout on November 25.

Boston then went on to win its next four games, including a 3-1 decision at Pittsburgh on Monday in a battle of the top two Eastern Conference teams.

However, Ondrej Pavelec came up with 39 saves on Tuesday and Bryan Little scored the winner early in the third as Winnipeg handed Boston a 2-1 loss at MTS Centre.

Andrew Ladd scored the other goal for the Jets, who have won their past three games.

Shawn Thornton scored the lone goal while Tuukka Rask made 33 saves in the loss for Boston, which had won six games on the road during its run.