Jets Nation Recap: It's over!!! We lose.

Garret Hohl
January 21 2016 09:24PM

The Jets lost. 

The Nashville Predators put four black rubber disks into the net while the Jets only put one in, and by league established rules, this means that the Predators win and not the Jets.

If you are pro-tank, you are happy. If you are anti-tank, you are mad.

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Tracking Jets prospects using NHLEs

Garret Hohl
January 21 2016 11:53AM

Not everything has gone as planned for the Winnipeg Jets. After making the playoffs for the second time in franchise history, and first time since the move, the team is still without a playoff win and appear to be a long shot for playing postseason hockey two years in a row.

Not everything is dark and dreary; there are some good things going on in Jets Nation. One thing that always tends to cheer up fans is prospects, as they represent future hope and potential.

Let's look at how the Jets prospects have developed using NHL Equivalent scoring. 

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JGD 47: Jets Look to Prey on Predators

Vinnie Criscenzo
January 21 2016 11:34AM

With the All-Star break coming up very quickly, the Winnipeg Jets would like to head into the break on a high note. 

However, high notes have been few and far between as of late. The Jets had a good opportunity to start regaining some ground in the Central Division Monday night against the Colorado Avalanche, but ultimately fell short in a gutsy 2-1 loss

They Jets have another chance tonight though, when they take on the Nashville Predators for the second time in a week and third time in 16 days. 

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Jets Prospect Update - January 19th

January 19 2016 10:40AM

While many seem to be slowing down in the second half, Kyle Connor is bucking the trend and is one of  the hottest prospects in hockey right now. Check in on him and everyone else in this weeks Jets Prospects Update.

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Jets Nation Recap: Jets Come Close But Can't Dig Themselves Out Of An Avalanche

Jeremy Wiebe
January 18 2016 09:19PM

It was frustrating, nerve-wracking and in the end, disappointing. The Winnipeg Jets played well for 40 minutes but a bad second period and a brilliant goaltending performance by Semyon Varlamov was enough to bury the Jets as they fell 2-1 to the Colorado Avalanche.

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