October 22 2013 10:35PM
The Jets put together the best 65 minutes of hockey we've seen from them so far this season, dominating the Capitals in almost every facet of the game. And yet the Jets lost to a struggling team from the East with limited depth and an average goaltender. They pulled out a silver-lining single point, but could have and should have come away with a clean win. But hey, feeling frustrated is better than feeling hopeless, isn't it?
October 22 2013 04:44PM
If you believe in the merit of scoring chances as an indicator of a flow of the game, then the goals Pavelec let in really killed this team.
October 22 2013 04:40PM
A very…Nashville-ish game on Sunday night resulted in another disappointing Jets loss, highlighted by a woeful performance from the most disappointing Jet of all.
October 22 2013 02:59PM
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The Jets end their home stand with a visit from the Capitals tonight, formerly of the Southeast Division and ex-rivals. You might remember them from such moments as 'back-to-back drubbings that completely unraveled the Jets and ended their bid at 1st in the Division in 2013.' Or that time they played Atlanta.
For better or worse, the Capitals are part of our history now. But with the sky falling in the Jets' new life in the West, you can be forgiven if you'd forgotten the Capitals still existed.
October 22 2013 02:34AM
Around every eight games or so, will update the Jets' scoring chance plus/minus, and look at how each player is doing (in conjunction with some of their “fancy stats”) to give us an idea as to how everyone is doing.
Believe it or not, the Jets are already three weeks into the season. Sitting at 4-4 after eight games in (now 4-5 after last night's loss to Nashville), the Jets have run into a few glaring problems. Here we look to see who has struggled most, and who has been a bright spot so far.