June 19 2013 08:45AM
In all honesty, I can’t even believe that I am writing this. I’m sure many of you have noticed by now that I am a bit of a Leaf fan, and I can say with certainty that I did not expect Clarke MacArthur to look so available this close to free agency. Yet, as much as it infuriates me it also makes me, and hopefully many other Jets fans, a little hopeful that we may be able to see him here in Winnipeg.
June 17 2013 05:21PM
- 5'9, 197LB
- Shoots Left
- 39G, 48A = 87 Points in 67 regular season games for the London Knights this year.
- Son of former Jet Tie freakin' Domi!
- (My) NHL Comparable (based on watching 2.5 games of him in the Memorial Cup) - Daymond Langkow with both offesnive and nastiness upside.
A lot of Articles you read have an introductory statement. This piece is no diffirent. In fact, we're already well over two sentences deep into the opening comment on this Max Domi writeup. Now that we're already well into things, let's take a closer look at 2013 NHL Draft prospect Max Domi of the OHL's London Knights, one of the potential picks of your Winnipeg Jets with the 13th Pick of Round One.
June 15 2013 07:04AM
Over the past few days, the readers of the various sites in the Nation Network have been voting on their rankings of prospects for the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Today, we reveal the results.
June 14 2013 10:10AM
The Nation Network’s 2013 Mock Draft continues, with the close of the first round.
June 13 2013 10:43AM
They say there's no place like home, which may well be true, but I'm of the mindset that there's no place like Los Angeles. What a place. In a single day, you can swim, hike, invade the privacy of celebrities via guided bus tours of their homes, take a wrong turn off a freeway and fear for your life, and see real, live Mexicans sleeping in the sunshine - all that, and you've just barely scratched the surface. It's an amazing city, and I love it.
I also love Hockey. Fancy my luck, then, that my time there would coincide with the Western Conference finals, a series in which the Kings were playing. I was given a wonderful opportunity to see just how much, if at all, a huge American market like LA cared about the Kings. And there was no time like the present to gauge it. As defending Stanley Cup champs on the doorstep of another Finals apperance, I could think of no better time to see the kind of buzz that Hockey was creating. Would the city care? Could there be buzz? Was it possible for Daryl Sutter mania to exist in LA as it did in Calgary in 2004?