Game 56 vs Vancouver: Scoring Chances and Observations

Travis Hrubeniuk
February 01 2014 05:52PM

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I’ll be the first to say it; I still think the Jets are a very long shot for making the playoffs. I just don’t think they are strong enough overall to make it. BUT, if they can put together performances like the one they had on Friday night against Vancouver, they will at minimum make the last couple months of this season very interesting.

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Rhys Finnick
January 31 2014 10:46PM


                                  Tortorella and Statler must get along great.

This game was so high-octane, it was tiring to watch.

TSN announcers Gord Miller and Ray Ferraro commented multiple times on how few whistles there were, counting only 11 in the second period alone (two were from goals).

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Rhys Finnick
January 31 2014 10:12AM


                                          Can you tell which twin this is?

What a difference a couple of months can make.

Back in December, the Vancouver Canucks still looked like one of the NHL's elite teams. The Sedins were clicking, a playoff berth seemed like a given, and John Tortorella was lavished with praise for supposedly turning a team with a soft reputation into a team made from sandpaper.

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Game 55 vs Nashville: Scoring Chances and Observations

Travis Hrubeniuk
January 29 2014 10:28PM

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Following a rather rough second period, the Jets showed once again that they are now capable of turning it on in the third to make any game interesting. Unfortunately, on Tuesday night it simply wasn’t enough to overcome some questionable goaltending throughout the night.

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Game 55 vs Nashville: Pavelec Performance & Neutral Zone Play

Travis Hrubeniuk
January 29 2014 10:22PM


Jets fans at the MTS Centre were treated to three games in one last night against the Predators. First, we had a defensive dual. Next, there was a scrambled effort as the Jets were caught chasing in their own end for far too long. Finally, they really turned it on and showed everyone how dangerous they really can be. In the end, a couple weird bounces kept the Jets in this game, while some inferior goaltending pulled them right back out of it.

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