EVANDER KANE: 100th CAREER GOAL

Andrew Halipchuk
November 06 2014 08:34PM


Evander Kane netted his first goal of the season to tie tonight's game with the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-3. Coincidentally this was also Kane's 100th career NHL goal. It took 330 games to reach this milestone, all with the Winnipeg Jets/Atlanta Thrashers franchise. Congratulations goes out to Evander.

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JGD #14: Crosby comes to town

Andrew Halipchuk
November 06 2014 01:17PM

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The Jets wrap up a quick two-game home stint tonight against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Jets are looking to continue their recent run of success, which includes six wins in eight games and points in six straight games.

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What Would You Do Wednesday: Developing Lowry

Andrew Halipchuk
November 05 2014 09:17AM

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In this installment of What Would You Do Wednesday, I want to see how you, the readers, would handle the development of Adam Lowry. I hope to get some of you to discuss what would be best for the rookie forward. Don’t hold back and fight for what you believe in.

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JGD #13: Wanted: Goal Scoring

Andrew Halipchuk
November 04 2014 02:58PM

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After a successful four-game road trip, the Winnipeg Jets return to the confines of the MTS Centre tonight in a matchup with the Nashville Predators.

The Jets surprised many this past week earning a possible seven of eight points against four teams that were in the top half of their divisions this season. The Jets have struggled to score in their past three games, scoring just two goals in three games. But back-to-back shutouts from Ondrej Pavelec and Michael Hutchinson have taken pressure off of Jets forwards. But how long will this strong goaltending last?

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Are the Jets turning their season around?: Pavelec In November

Kevin McCartney
November 04 2014 12:50PM

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The Jets posted back to back shutouts against original six teams with recent playoff success, turning the narrative of their season upside down. With Kane back in the lineup, and each goaltender securing their respective first shutout, it’s hard not to have some excitement that the Jets are out of the basement and trending upward.

The question, then, is whether the Jets are finally pulling it together, buoyed by the structure we were promised by new coach Paul Maurice. What can we expect from the team the rest of the way?

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