HOW GOOD IS LAWSON CROUSE?

Lowetide
March 31 2015 07:00AM

If Lawson Crouse hadn't shown up on the hockey horizon, we might not have had anything to talk about for the 2015 draft. That's a stretch but the fact remains Crouse has—more than anyone in recent history—divided talent assessors in a big way. Is he a great prospect or a kid who developed into manhood far ahead of the other teenagers of his generation? Where will he play? Can he score consistently? Does he check well enough to be considered an impact checker? What the hell is an impact checker? Lawson Crouse is exhausting even just to talk about. Wait until you see him play!

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Prospect Vids: Petan's 2 points help Portland to a 3-0 win in Game 2

Anthony Lenting
March 30 2015 10:54AM

Welcome to Prospect Vids, a new feature we will be carrying at Jets Nation where we show you some highlights of the Jets top prospects.

Nic Petan has started out the 2015 WHL playoffs with 3 points in 2 games. In Game 2 of the series vs Seattle, he tallied a goal and an assist. 

See the highlight video of Petan's performance after the jump.

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Do the Winnipeg Jets play down to their competition

Garret Hohl
March 30 2015 10:17AM

Do the Jets play down to their competition? Why is it that they seem to play well against the best teams?

These questions have been asked about the Winnipeg Jets, and it is neither the first or last time either. Team performance in both consistency and playing to their opponent is a fairly common concern throughout all fan bases.

Let's take a look at this after the jump.

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First Star, Worst Star: March 29, 2015

jeanshorts
March 29 2015 09:30PM

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Spring has sprung, the playoffs are almost here, it's Wrestlemania Sunday, and if that wasn't enough it's time for First Star, Worst Star! 

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Jets Nation Recap: Winnipeg Jets downed by Blackhawks with 31 seconds left

Garret Hohl
March 29 2015 09:26PM


One step forward, and one step back.

That was the story of both the game and also the Jets past four games, continuing their win one, lose one pattern.

The Winnipeg Jets dominated the visiting Chicago Blackhawks for the first ten minutes. It was a masterpiece. They held their opponents to one shot against for the first half of the first. An unfortunate penalty from Dustin Byfuglien put the Jets on the penalty kill and Andrew Shaw scored the games opening goal in the first.

The second period was all Jets, outshooting the Hawks 15-8 and outscoring 3-1 with two goals from Byfuglien, one from Blake Wheeler, and one from Brad Richards.

The Jets continued their strong play in the third, but somehow two slipped by, including the game winner with 31 seconds left in the game.

Let's break it down.

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