Pavelec deal to be had between Kings and Jets

Jacob Stoller
October 23 2016 08:00AM

Desperate times call for desperate measures. The Los Angeles Kings are in some desperate times ( to say the least) with their top two goaltenders sidelined with injuries. First it was their star-goaltender Jonathan Quick who went down with an injury. A state of panic was created right away as Quick, the goaltender that helped the team win two Stanley cups, could be out for the immediate future.

It was speculated that the Kings were sniffing around the trade market to bring in reinforcements to bolster the Kings goaltending situation. The Kings didn't acquire a goaltender right away and now they may be regretting they didn't right when Quick went down. With the news that their current starting goalie Jeff Zatkoff has been placed on the IR, the Kings are  need to get another goaltender on the roster as soon as possible.  

The Kings now desperately need a goaltender and they have been linked to Manitoba Moose goaltender Ondrej Pavelec ever since the Quick injury. Pavelec is likely the best option available to them on the trade market but will the Kings be able to work out a deal? 

Could a deal get done between the Jets and the Kings? 

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Heritage Classic Brings Tough Roster Decisions

Dustin Mymko
October 23 2016 06:23AM

This season has seen the Jets’ management group make some tough decisions by sending Ondrej Pavelec down to the Moose and having Chris Thorburn and Mark Stuart spend three out of four games in the pressbox. Another tough decision looms, however, with the Heritage Classic right around the corner. Does Paul Maurice ice the lineup that gives him the best chance to win, or do the veterans ‘deserve’ the opportunity to participate in the spectacle that will be the outdoor game at Investor’s Group Field.

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8 thoughts on the Jets and Oilers Alumni game

Jacob Stoller
October 22 2016 05:10PM


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The game was just an exhibition game. An event that was all in good fun and a pretty solid cash grab for True North and the Winnipeg Jets. But that doesn't mean it didn't serve some sort of importance for Winnipeg and Edmonton fans. While the memories of Dale Hawerchuk, Teemu Selanne and Bob Essensa will forever be engraved in the memories of Jets fans, to actually see the Jets 1.0 legends in Jets uniforms once again, is something special. 

The Jets won 6-5 against the Oilers. Win or lose, the game probably brought a smile to the faces of many Winnipeg Jets fans.

Here are 8 thoughts from this afternoons contest 

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By The Numbers: The Jets best defensive seasons

Garret Hohl
October 21 2016 09:00AM

The Winnipeg Jets 2.0 have been around now for five full seasons (well... four full and one partial, lockout-shortened, season). This gives us ample data to construct some fun lists of the best and worst statistical seasons for performers.

We take a look at some of the best and worst statistical performances by Winnipeg Jets' defenders.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
October 21 2016 05:00AM

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Auston Matthews could be best Leaf ever, Canucks long term goalie outlook, Jets coach could be first to go, Flames preparing for expansion draft, Oilers window is opening, Nail Yakupov, the Nation at the Heritage Classic, Q & A with Bernie Nichols, a week full of stars fighting and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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