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Tonight we showed our resilience in doing it.Hutchinson and Jets coach Paul Maurice both thought Jackman was guilty of goaltender interference on the play.For me he bumped the goalie, but they didnt see it that way I did so it didnt matter, Maurice said.Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau was pleased with the professionalism his team showed as it upped its league-leading point total to 47.To come in and play like we did, Im really proud of the guys tonight, Boudreau said, pointing to the teams stellar record in back-to-back situations over the last two seasons. Good depth, good resiliency, want to win. All of those things. They think when they go out there every night they should win, and when they play hard enough they usually do.Jakob Silfverberg, Nate Thompson and Andrew Cogliano added goals for the Ducks (21-6-5). Anaheim also beat Winnipeg, 4-3 in overtime, at MTS Centre on Sunday.Bryan Little was the goal scorer for the Jets (15-10-6), who suffered their first regulation loss in nine games.Theres a reason why theyre where theyre at in the standings, Little said. They dont give you much, and they make you pay when you make a mistake.Frederik Andersen, making his 18th consecutive start, made 27 saves for the Ducks.The Ducks continued to roll through the Western Conference. 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It was Littles team-leading 12th goal of the season, one better than linemate Andrew Ladd.The Jets power play continued its recent hot streak after an ice-cold start to the season. After going 0 for 25 over a seven-game stretch, Winnipeg is on a 10-for-33 run with the extra attacker.Anaheim failed to convert on a pair of brief two-man advantages, and finished 1 for 5 on the power play.Silfverberg beat Hutchinson high to the stick side to tie the game just before a penalty to Winnipegs Anthony Peluso expired at 6:15 of the second period. Getzlafs go-ahead goal came two minutes later, and Thompson made it a three-goal period for Anaheim at 17:53.The Jets best chance to edge closer came early in the third period, when Matt Halischuks shot hit both goal posts but stayed out.Winnipeg continues its four-game home stand on Tuesday night against Buffalo, while the Ducks continue their five-game Canadian road trip in Toronto on Tuesday.Notes: It was the ninth straight game in which the Jets alternated between Hutchinson and Ondrej Pavelec as their starter. … Jets forward Evander Kane returned from a two-game suspension for a hit from behind on Ducks defenceman Clayton Stoner in the clubs previous meeting. Kane recorded seven hits and no shots, and was minus-2. ' ' '