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Winnipeg mayor honors bet with Mayor Goodman after Golden Knights win

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The mayor of Winnipeg honored his bet with Mayor Carolyn Goodman. (Mayor_Bowman/Twitter) The mayor of Winnipeg honored his bet with Mayor Carolyn Goodman. (Mayor_Bowman/Twitter)
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The mayor of Winnipeg is a man of his word.

After Mayor Brian Bowman lost a bet with City of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman during the Stanley Cup Playoffs when the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Winnipeg Jets, he sported a Golden Knights jersey at a council meeting.

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In a tweet with a series of photos, Bowman said he was “making good on (a) bet” and shared congratulatory remarks before stating he will always bet on the Jets and the fans.

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Goodman responded by saying he looks “so nice” in the Golden Knights gear and “we are looking forward to more great games in the future."

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The Vegas Golden Knights won Game 5 in Winnipeg, securing their spot in the Stanley Cup Final. The Golden Knights will take on the Washington Capitals in the final. Game 1 is scheduled in Las Vegas on May 28.

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