Jets Nation Recap: That's two!

Garret Hohl
February 10 2015 09:36PM


The Winnipeg Jets knew a lot was on the line today and played that way. They came off strong in the first period, dominating in possession, chances, and shots, but Dubnyk kept Minnesota in it. The game ended up going into OT with a 1:1 score, and Byfuglien buried it with a sweet snipe for the Jets 2nd ROW in a row.

Read past the jump for more.

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Report: Sabres are the most aggressive team in pursuit of Evander Kane, potential deal could include Tyler Myers

Thomas Drance
February 10 2015 06:14PM

With an eye towards accumulating assets to help them down the road, the Buffalo Sabres are reportedly among the most aggressive teams pursuing injured Winnipeg Jets power forward Evander Kane.

Could a potential package that the Sabres might offer the Jets include Tyler Myers? It's possible, according to TSN's Bob McKenzie.

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Future NHEhlers - February 10th, 2015

Josh W
February 10 2015 05:00PM


Welcome back to our second edition of Future NHEhlers, where we review all the latest in Jets non-AHL prospects and how they have been performing. I am currently writing from Helsinki, Finland where my body's internal clock is screwed up and it is 30 degrees warmer than back in Ottawa.

Read on past the jump for all your latest in Jets Prospects news.

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JGD #56: Let's make it two!

Garret Hohl
February 10 2015 02:52PM

Last Sunday the Winnipeg Jets pulled off their first victory after a six game losing skid. Now the Jets look to build off their win this evening against the Minnesota Wild at the MTS Center. 

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Draft Theory: Height matters, but maybe due to bias

Garret Hohl
February 10 2015 01:00PM

PredVObs

Some of the gents over at Canucks Army have been doing an excellent job investigating trends in drafting and success. This analysis includes excellent articles on size having an impact on draft success looking at forwards (by Money Puck) and defensemen (by Josh Weissbock).

I've gotten my hands on some data, so I thought I throw my own analysis into the pile.

Let's take a glance at what some numbers say.

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