Krejci said a couple of costly mistakes gave the Jets the scoring chances they needed.
"We were ready for it," Krejci said. "I think we had a really good first period. We wanted to come out the same in the second period, and we didn't."
Coming off a shootout victory in Minnesota on Thursday night, the Jets won games on consecutive days for the first time in 10 tries this season.
"It ends the back-to-back [thing], and I'm sorry to say I won't have to answer that question again, thank you very much," Noel said.
The Bruins peppered Winnipeg goalie Ondrej Pavelec in the first period.
Pavelec made key save after key save, even though the Jets were outskated, outchecked and outshot 13-4.
"We knew they were coming hard in the first period," Pavelec said. "They didn't have a good first period last game in Montreal, so we knew they were going to come strong and they did and we found a way to handle it."
Burmistrov scored at 1:59 of the second period on Winnipeg's fifth shot of the game. He fired a clean wrist shot from the right faceoff circle that beat Tuukka Rask.
Caron tied it at 6:10, sending a high shot into the Winnipeg net that Pavelec never touched.
Winnipeg shut the Bruins down on their first power-play opportunity on an elbowing call against Evander Kane in the second. The Bruins didn't get off a shot.
Wheeler then slammed home a drop pass from Dustin Byfuglien to put the Jets ahead with 4:10 left in the period. It was a starkly different period for Boston, with Winnipeg holding a 9-8 edge on shots and no longer struggling to get the puck out of its zone.
Krejci tied it at 49 seconds of the third, scoring off a pass from Tyler Seguin.
Little scored the go-ahead goal at 4:16 and gave Winnipeg some insurance with his second at 6:20. Wheeler assisted on both goals.
Both teams were 0-for-2 on the power play. ... The Jets improved to 28-26-6. Boston is 35-19-2.
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Arena: MTS Centre Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Referees: Justin St. Pierre, Dan O'Halloran Linesmen: Lonnie Cameron, Steve Miller
Attendance: 15,004 (100.0% full)
Team Stat Comparison
Power Play Goals
Power Play Opportunities
Shots on Goal
No scoring this period
Alex Burmistrov (12)
Assists: Mark Stuart, Kyle Wellwood
Jordan Caron (3)
Assist: Chris Kelly
Blake Wheeler (11)
Assists: Dustin Byfuglien, Evander Kane
David Krejci (12)
Assists: Tyler Seguin, Milan Lucic
Bryan Little (15)
Assists: Blake Wheeler, Andrew Ladd
Bryan Little (16)
Assists: Blake Wheeler, Tobias Enstrom