WWYDW: Jets at the World Cup of Hockey

September 07 2016 11:17AM

Welcome to this week's version of What Would You Do Wednesday, where you are asked a question and debate among yourselves what the answer is. Unfortunately, the only prize you will receive will be the most Twitter mentions.  

This week's WWYDW revolves around the World Cup of Hockey.

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Jets Nation Prospect Profiles 2016: Overview

Garret Hohl
September 06 2016 01:18PM

Over the past few weeks, we have highlighted what we view as the Jets top-20 (or 22 really) prospects, using an analytical approach that combines statistical performance and modelling with the traditional scouting eye-test.

We now turn our attention to an overview, while summarizing the list and looking at the Jets prospect depth.

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Robin Brownlee
September 06 2016 01:00PM

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to see the fuzzy-cheeked collection of players known as Team North America get after it at the World Cup of Hockey with Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers leading the way.

While that might not be a take you expect from somebody of my vintage who has been accused from time to time of yelling and telling kids to stay the hell off my lawn – it’s true – TNA, a collection of the best and brightest 23-and-under players from the NHL, is the most intriguing team at the tournament for me.

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Jets Nation Prospect Profiles 2016: #1 Patrik Laine

Garret Hohl
September 02 2016 12:38PM


We are in the dregs of summer, so we take a critical look at the Winnipeg Jets organizational cupboards and highlight who we feel are the Jets' "Top 20 Prospects" when looking at a combination of potential and probability of positive impact for the franchise.

We continue our prospect profile to goal scorer extraordinaire, Patrik Laine.

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Excitement Builds Around Patrik Laine

September 02 2016 09:00AM

Last year at this time, the Winnipeg Jets were filled with optimism. The Jets finished with a 43-26-13 record, clinching a playoff birth for the first time since the franchise moved from Atlanta to Winnipeg. Fast-forward to now, and the Jets are back to mediocrity.

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