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Ondrej Pavelec stopped 25 shots in defeat. We were able to get a couple leads throughout the course of the game, but werent able to hold them, said Thorburn. Its unfortunate. Pittsburgh has won its last six games against the Jets and owns a 14-game unbeaten streak at home against them that dates back to March 24, 2007, when they were the Atlanta Thrashers. Hornqvist put the Penguins ahead for good on the power play as he was stationed in front and whacked the puck past Greiss for a 4-3 Penguins lead 7:52 into the third period. Winnipeg pulled Pavelec with over a minute remaining and Hornqvist scored on the empty net with 28 seconds left to seal the win. Perron skated down below the goal line and slipped a pass into the slot, where Spaling tapped the puck into the net to open the scoring 7:09 into the game. Just over two minutes into the second, Thorburn crashed the net and tipped in Lowrys lead pass past Greiss blocker for a tied game. 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