JGD 75: Welcome To This Meeting Of The Basement Dwellers Society!

Art Middleton
March 26 2016 01:03AM

Two teams on the edge of just being able to have an outside chance at a very favorable lottery pick meet up in Buffalo this afternoon. Both teams will be playing for pride and playing to impress coaching and management staffs who already have an eye set towards next season's rosters.

Both teams wouldn't be that hurt by a loss either though.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
March 25 2016 05:00AM

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Video behind the scenes of the Phaneuf trade, Dylan Larkin for the Calder, Flames do virtual reality practice, Oilers and the salary cap going forward, players that teams could lose to expansion draft, Calder and Vezina trophy races, the Canadian tank battle and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKings.

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Jets Nation Recap: Jets Overthrow The Kings 4-1

Art Middleton
March 24 2016 10:09PM

Where the heck did that come from?

At the start the Kings looked every bit the team that is a strong Pacific Division winning contender and the Jets looked every bit the beaten down and broken club playing out the string.

But as the game went on, something funny happened... The Kings stopped skating and the Jets put on their hustle and hitting pants and ended up stunning Los Angeles 4-1.

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JGD 74: Just Hold On, We're Almost Done

Vinnie Criscenzo
March 24 2016 01:08PM

Jets game day 74. You know what that means, kids? We're almost there. 

While I'm sure none of us or happy to see Winnipeg Jets hockey come to an end, there is sure some relief to putting this painful season behind us. 

It's like a band-aid on your arm being slowly pulled off, but we want to just rip it off quick and get it over with...and then have the arm amputated because you want nothing to do with it anymore. 

Regardless, before we get there, we still have some more hockey to play.

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Mark Scheifele is steadily growing into a bonafide first line centre

Garret Hohl
March 24 2016 11:00AM

Say what you will about his penchant to falling down, but Mark Scheifele has been slowly rising into one of the most effective centres in the NHL.

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