Jets Nation Recap: Jets Choke Up Lead, Fall to Blues 4-3

Vinnie Criscenzo
December 15 2015 10:57PM

The Winnipeg Jets scored three even-strength goals while out-shooting the St. Louis Blues 36-26, got production from their bottom-six, and only trailed on the scoreboard for a total of 3:44 in the entire game. 

Yet, they still found a way to lose. 

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How Roslovic, Connor, and Appleton stack against Team USA Roster in driving offense

Garret Hohl
December 15 2015 12:44PM

Not long ago we discussed Team USA not taking their best players while looking at NHLEs. The NHLEs allowed us to compare the invited and non-invited players across the multiple different leagues, like the CHL and NCAA.

It should be noted that since that article went out, Jets' prospect Kyle Connor went hot and scored 6 points in 2 games, which would have given him the third highest NHLE on the team if he had been invited. So Kyle Connor is one of the 3 highest scoring eligible Americans.

Looking at the numbers though, there is another piece of evidence that suggests passing on Jets' prospect Jack Roslovic was an error as well.

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JGD 31: Time To Stop The Central Division Blues

Art Middleton
December 15 2015 11:13AM

The Winnipeg Jets return home and are starting to get in desperate need of wins against Central division rivals. They have a chance to start picking up those wins tonight against the St. Louis Blues.

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Why Trouba in the top-four is the right move and the next one is bringing back Postma

Garret Hohl
December 15 2015 05:09AM

Over the past two practices the Winnipeg Jets' coach Paul Maurice has tried something a little bit different: Jacob Trouba has been removed from his natural right-side to the left of Dustin Byfuglien, and away from Mark Stuart.

There are some indications that this is move in the right direction for the Jets, but also that there is one step further the Jets could take as well.

Let's take a look.

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Why Trouba in the top-four is the right move and the next one is bringing back Postma

Garret Hohl
December 15 2015 05:09AM

Over the past two practices the Winnipeg Jets' coach Paul Maurice has tried something a little bit different: Jacob Trouba has been removed from his natural right-side to the left of Dustin Byfuglien, and away from Mark Stuart.

There are some indications that this is move in the right direction for the Jets, but also that there is one step further the Jets could take as well.

Let's take a look.

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