Jetstream Podcast Ep 16: #Jetstream

Travis Hrubeniuk
January 20 2014 09:31PM

                             

On this week's episode, the guys try to rationalize their excitement for Paul Maurice, his future with the Winnipeg Jets and if there are going to be any other options to fill the head coaching position once the season is over. All that, plus Byfuglien at forward, the media attacking our weaker players and this week's test down in California.

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PLAYER SELECTION

Brian Sutherby
January 20 2014 08:55AM

During and after the fireworks in Vancouver on Saturday night, many people wanted to get on Canucks head coach John Tortorella for being so mad. Claiming that if he didn’t want or expect that to happen, he should have put out a more skilled line.

I disagree.

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Game 50 vs Edmonton: Pavelec Performance & Neutral Zone Play

Travis Hrubeniuk
January 19 2014 08:00PM

Well that was exciting.

The joy seems to be back in Joyville. Wait. Sorry, wrong head coach.

Things seem to be going pretty well for the Jets lately, and a dominant performance against the Edmonton Oilers really proved that point. The dominance started in the neutral zone though, where the controlled entry bug seems to be spreading throughout the lineup.

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Game 50 vs Edmonton: Scoring Chances and Observations

Travis Hrubeniuk
January 19 2014 07:56PM

Chart via Extraskater.com

The Jets put another solid performance together against a lowly opponent in the Edmonton Oilers Saturday afternoon. It was their third win a row under Coach Paul Maurice as he continues to become the most popular man in the city. Well, next to Jacob Trouba that is.

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The Axe

Ross Smith
January 19 2014 01:48PM

Last Sunday the axe fell on Claude Noel, lopping his weary coaching head from his would-rather-be-golfing body. It was the execution that capped weeks of frustration from both the team and the fan base with the suggested remedies ranging from “trade all our best players” to “force members of ownership and management into a Battle Royale to the death where the victor will win not only his precious freedom but the confidence of season ticket holders”. (The latter may have just been a dream I had.) The flurry of online reaction, both snark and relief with a soupcon of speculation about what Paul Maurice will bring to the table, gave me pause to consider what is one of the more humiliating experiences of our daily humdrum: getting fired.

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