Bogosian, Enstrom relish role shutting down opposition

Jets' Zach Bogosian celebrates his goal against the Hurricanes during the first period of their NHL...

Jets' Zach Bogosian celebrates his goal against the Hurricanes during the first period of their NHL game in Winnipeg on April 18, 2013. (Fred Greenslade/Reuters)

KEN WIEBE, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:09 AM ET

WINNIPEG - The latest edition of Operation Shutdown -- Winnipeg Jets edition -- is off to a successful start.

As the Jets continue to experiment with playing Dustin Byfuglien up front at even strength, Zach Bogosian and Toby Enstrom are finding chemistry as a pairing and relishing the role of playing against the opposition's top line on a regular basis.

"Yeah I do, I really do," said Bogosian. "As a competitive guy, any time you play against the league's best, it's a lot of fun to jump over the boards against them. Anytime you get a chance to go against some of the league's best, you're going to have your nights when you have success against them and you're going to have your nights when they have success against you."


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