October 10 2012 09:49AM
All is not lost, Jets fans.
It must seem like last season was a cruel April Fools joke by the 'hockey gods' - after 15 years of being out of commission, Winnipeg was given a taste of professional hockey goodness, only to have it taken away all over again. But this time around, there are Jets-related stories to follow throughout the fall, to quench your thirst for puck.
A number of prominent Jets have taken their talents overseas, for as long as the lockout drags on. ESPN has recently announced that they will be televising KHL games, which is an interesting wrinkle to this ongoing saga.
We'll get to the specifics of it all in Part 2 of this series, but today, we'll be focusing on the North American options - junior hockey, NCAA hockey, and the AHL.
October 09 2012 09:51PM
October 09 2012 07:27AM
Nations contributors Steve Dangle and Andrey Osadchenko have been tabbed by the KHL youtube channel to put together KHL highlight packages for the season this year. This is their debut video - if everyone likes it, we can make it a regular feature here at the Nations.
October 07 2012 09:13AM
After the jump: why the 2012-13 season won't be cancelled, looking at the possibility of replacement players, trying to identify players that raise their game in the post-season, and a lot more.
September 30 2012 10:42AM
Photo: davidgsteadman/Wikimedia/CC BY-SA 2.0
Looking at a Roberto Luongo trade, the advantages for an NHL team that operates it's own junior club, the craziness that awaits any NHL'er heading to Sweden for the lockout, Dan Cloutier's return to the NHL, and more after the jump.