February 06 2015 08:57PM
Evander Kane jersey thrown on the ice. pic.twitter.com/6muGXUbuq8— Robin Fredriksson (@R_Fredriksson) February 7, 2015
Not sure I really understand the whole "littering the ice with a jersey to show your displeasure" trend, but from Toronto, On. to Edmonton, Alta. it's sweeping the nation this hockey season.
On Friday night, during Winnipeg's overtime loss to the Chicago Blackhawks, some fan threw what appeared to be a newly purchased Evander Kane shirshey on the ice.
We won't give this too much comment, because really, who cares? Suffice it to say that we can safely assume that the shirsey tossing fan is cheap (because they threw a shirsey, rather than a jersey) and also that they probably bought the last full-priced piece of Kane memorabilia in all of Manitoba.
February 06 2015 06:50PM
Mark Stuart is one tough customer.
The Winnipeg Jets defender dove head first into a Patrick Kane shot on the power-play in the first period of Friday night's game in the Chicago Blackahwks, in order to block a shot. He ended up taking the shot off of the chin, but he stayed in the game.
Click past the jump to see a .gif of the play.
February 06 2015 02:38PM
It has not been a quiet 48 hours in Winnipeg with the controversial news regarding forward Evander Kane, more on that in a bit. But tonight the Jets are back in action for a big divisional matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks for the fourth time this season. The Jets will be looking to snap a five-game losing skid at the MTS Centre.
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February 06 2015 02:30PM
NHL Fantasy Hockey tips from The Nation Network and DailyFaceoff.com. Here’s a quick run through of the best Fantasy Hockey waiver adds, sleepers and buy-low sell-high candidates for the week (Based on 12 team leagues).
February 06 2015 02:12PM
Though Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane is set to undergo a surgical procedure to repair his damaged shoulder this weekend, the Jets are still reportedly fielding calls and looking to trade him before the March 2nd NHL Trade Deadline, according to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN and TSN.
Read on for more.