March 26 2013 11:43AM
It doesn't get any bigger than this. Well, it actually does - specifically this Saturday at the MTS Centre. But until then, this is as big as it gets. Tonight, your Winnipeg Jets travel to Raleigh, North Carolina to face the Carolina Hurricanes.
March 25 2013 11:20AM
Poor Evander Kane. And Jets fans as a whole. While Blake Wheeler, Andrew Ladd and Bryan Little form a consideble trio with fairly reliable and successful chemistry, Evander Kane has been saddled with a "who's who" of players you don't want lining up with your budding young star.
March 24 2013 12:58PM
Opportunities. Throughout the span of an NHL season, a team will be provided with a plethora of opportunities. In a normal 82 game season, it is quite important to take advantage of such opportunities if you want to make the playoffs. In a 48 game season? It becomes absolutely vital. For the second time this season the Jets spoiled an opportunity to really take hold of the Southeast Division and prove to everyone that they belong in the playoffs, and in doing so have provided an opportunity for Carolina to swoop right back in over the next week and take back that control. Today is another opportunity to make that task just a little bit harder awaits the Jets at the MTS Centre tonight.
March 22 2013 02:35PM
Washington Capitals (13-16-1) at
Your Winnipeg Jets (16-13-2)
Last Meeting: March 21, Jets 0 - Capitals 4
Broadcast: TV - CBC 6pm (CT)
Wow. Just wow. Really Clitsome? Just 20 shots?! 3 powerplays and Steve Oleksy on the ice for 16 minutes and no goals?!?!
March 21 2013 03:24PM
Washington Capitals (12-16-1) at
Your Winnipeg Jets (16-12-2)
Last Meeting: March 2, Jets 0 - Capitals 3
Broadcast: TV - TSN Jets 7pm (CT)
This is game one of a home-and-home, back-to-back against the Capitals. With just 18 games remaining and Carolina on our heels, we have no choice but to maintain our hyperbole in proportion to our hope for the #3 seed by proclaiming this another must-win. But seriously, this one is a must-win, for vanity if nothing else. The Capitals enter as the 2nd worst team in the league-wide standings – interrupting the perennial battle between the Islanders and Blue Jackets for the right to make the first reach pick of the draft – while the Jets are seeking to prove they’re a playoff team after entering March with an underwhelming 9-9-1 record and a -6 goal differential. Just… let’s… come on, guys.