TORONTO -- Zach Bogosian scored the decisive goal in the shootout as the Winnipeg Jets were spared the blushes for blowing a three-goal lead as they beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4.
Blake Wheeler had a pair of goals in regulation for the Jets, who also had James Wright and Antti Miettinen on the scoresheet. Joffrey Lupul scored twice for Toronto with Nikolai Kulemin and Phil Kessel also scoring.
Goalie James Reimer came on for starter Ben Scrivens at the start of the third period and made 6 saves for the Maple Leafs. Scrivens made 23 saves while Ondrej Pavelec made 28 for Winnipeg.
Kessel had tied it up at 5:50 into the third when a nice cross-ice pass from Tyler Bozak put Kessel in on the right side. He cut into the middle and scored with a high shot for his 10th of the season.
The Jets roared to life in the second period with Wright scoring a close-range goal at 5:29, and then at 10:36, Miettinen got his second of the season when he tipped a puck into the net out of the air. Scrivens had knocked the puck into the air on a save and Miettinen was there to cast it in. The goal was reviewed but Miettinen's stick was ruled to have been below the crossbar.
After Wheeler scored at 12:03 and 15:29 on a pair of backhand shots, the Leafs fought back to score two goals in the last minute and 35 seconds in the period.
First, Kulemin got the puck at 18:35 after a face-off in the Jets zone and skated back a few strides to open up space to snap the puck past Pavelec.
Just 25 seconds later, Lupul got his second of the night when Nazem Kadri passed to him from behind the net and Lupul went high to beat Pavelec.
Lupul scored the only goal of the first period when he took a pass from Kadri and flicked a backhand into the roof of the net at 1:32.
NOTES: Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul was back in the lineup after missing 25 games with a fractured forearm. Lupul's return means the Leafs don't have anyone on injured reserve. ... To make room for Lupul on the roster, the Leafs traded center David Steckel to the Anaheim Ducks on Friday for minor league forward Ryan Lasch and a seventh-round pick in the 2014 draft. ... Toby Enstrom (upper body), Zach Redmond (lower body), Anthony Peluso (upper body) and Jim Slater (upper body) are out with injuries for the Jets. ... Jets center Nik Antropov came into Saturday night's game riding a four-game points streak. Antropov had registered two goals and four assists during the streak.