January 18 2016 08:30AM
You know how to get your questions into us. Send us an @ mention to JetsNation on Twitter with the tag #JNAirMail. You can also send us a DM on that same Twitter account, you can leave a message on our Facebook page, or you can send an e-mail to JNAirMail@shaw.ca.
But we'll start with a question asked in the comments of last week's AirMail...
Michael asks: For the disallowed goal (versus the Sharks last Tuesday) it's hard to tell but it seems possible that Wheeler's leg actually only hit Pavelski's leg, which was up against Stalock's. If this were the case, is that still incidental contact, by means of another player, the same way you can have goaltender interference by pushing a defender into the goalie? Again, if Wheeler never made direct contact, is it still possible to incur a tripping penalty?
January 15 2016 10:06PM
This game had "doom" written all over it.
On the road in the second game of a back to back, missing 3 of their top 9 forwards due to injury, having to put defenseman Adam Pardy at fourth line forward, and starting Connor Hellebuyck again when numbers suggest that such a move may have been foolish.
Yet somehow the Jets played a steady enough road game and got very reliable goaltending to eek out a 1-0 win over the Minnesota Wild.
January 15 2016 12:36PM
The Winnipeg Jets head into Minnesota to face the Wild and finish off the second half of back to back games.
The Jets have the advantage so far in the regular season series, winning two out of three games so far between the Jets and Wild. This will be the third game between the two teams that is played at Xcel Energy Center, with each team winning once.
The Jets are coming right off a wild (no pun intended) 5-4 overtime win over the Nashville Predators. It was a game that probably put a lot of Jets fans into emotional counseling, though.
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January 15 2016 06:00AM
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January 14 2016 09:39PM
"We can beat them, forever and ever! Or we can be heroes, just for one day!" Blake Wheeler had something to say about his team's play on Wednesday. Most of it wasn't very good. Well the man they called Wheels had Jets fans feeling Hunky Dory as his overtime goal helped the Jets edge the Nashville Predators 5-4, under the moonlight...the serious moonlight in frozen Winnipeg.