December 04 2015 10:21AM
Nikolaj Ehlers entered the league with a bang. He started off the season with eight points in his first ten games and was one of the favourites for the Calder after news of Connor McDavid being taken down with a shoulder injury.
Since then the Dashing Dane has slowed down, picking up only four points over the next sixteen games. Ehlers has since shifted down the depth chart to the the Jets makeshift third line with Alexander Burmistrov and Chris Thorburn.
Despite the recent set back, Nikolaj Ehlers is still having one heck of a 19-year-old rookie season and projects to be a special player.
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December 04 2015 06:45AM
The Maple Leafs are boring and we can prove it, Virtanen should go to World Juniors not McCann, Byfuglien for Hamonic a no go, what's wrong with Sean Monahan, Oilers leading odds to win the 2016 draft lottery, a look at the 10 different types of hockey fans, a great scrap, fantasy hockey and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKings.
December 03 2015 12:36PM
This whole concept of "let's take a player who has no actual legit business being considered an NHL All-Star, and vote him into the NHL All-Star Game" is pretty much a yearly thing now right?
It is a sham! It is a mockery! It is proof that fans shouldn't have the right to vote and thus should be taken away now!
It also really isn't that big a deal is it? It is after all exhibition hockey and can we not all lighten up a bit?
December 02 2015 08:49PM
The MTS Centre remains a house of horrors for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Winnipeg Jets couldn't be happier. A two goal performance from Drew Stafford led the way as the Jets soared past the Leafs 6-1, before a sold-out crowd on Portage and Donald. The Jets are 6-1 at home against Toronto since 2011.
December 02 2015 11:37AM
The Jets have struggled recently, going 3-7-0 in their last ten games. With team struggles comes talk of coaching. It's only a quite whisper, but it still exists out there.
We have come to a point where the Jets have had two coaches tenure over 100 games. Paul Maurice has now coached the Jets for 146 games, and quickly catching up to Claude Noel's 177 games with the Jets.
How have the Jets looked with Maurice versus their time with Noel? Let's take a look at the Jets performance between the two and get an idea of performance with some perspective.