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The Columbus blue jackets won their sixth straight game and defeated the Winnipeg Jets forty three in front of a sold out nationwide arena a back and forth affair for much of the night the blue jackets are able to solidify themselves the win by scoring a goal with just over five minutes to go over George strand scored two goals in the game his fifteenth and sixteenth goals of the season including the game winner with headliners I've been out you know we found a way to win different guys are helping out it's a different team and the team member all star defenceman Seth Jones also contributed a goal and an assist Pierre Luc to bar added three assists including one on a power play goal in the second period Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio