November 16 2016 08:30AM
Injuries to key players isn't stopping the Jets from propelling forward. As it stands now, the Jets are second in the Central Division while sitting four points behind the division lead. Despite having Mathieu Perreault, Bryan Little, Kyle Connor, Joel Armia, Shawn Matthias, Drew Stafford and Tyler Myers out of the lineup, the Jets are 5-1-1 in their last seven games. Much of Winnipeg's recent success has to be attributed to the performance of the team's recent call-ups from the Manitoba Moose. The Moose call-ups have filled in the gaps for the Jets quite nicely and have have combined for 14 points in team's last 8 games.
The reality is, Winnipeg's call-ups are playing well enough that some of them may have earned the right to stick around longer than a brief stint. Many of them have shown they deserve to stay for the long term, but will any of them be kept on the Jets roster even once the Jets injury woes settle down?
November 15 2016 09:20PM
Nine regulars injured. Best team in the Western Conference in town. Mammoth test. Let's just say the Winnipeg Jets passed with flying colours. In what was their most impressive effort of the season, the Jets blanked the mighty Chicago Blackhawks 4-0 before a packed house at the MTS Centre.
November 15 2016 11:30AM
It's always a special day when the Chicago Blackhawks roll into the MTS Centre to face the hometown Winnipeg Jets. However, this particular affair has a bit of flavour to it.
November 15 2016 08:22AM
Michael Spacek continues his dominance of the WHL this week. Let's check out how everyone performed in the prospect update.
November 14 2016 01:08PM
The Winnipeg Jets carry the worst face off win percentage in the league.
While it is far from optimal, it isn't a great deal either. We take a deeper look into the numbers to show why.