January 19 2016 10:40AM
While many seem to be slowing down in the second half, Kyle Connor is bucking the trend and is one of the hottest prospects in hockey right now. Check in on him and everyone else in this weeks Jets Prospects Update.
January 18 2016 09:19PM
It was frustrating, nerve-wracking and in the end, disappointing. The Winnipeg Jets played well for 40 minutes but a bad second period and a brilliant goaltending performance by Semyon Varlamov was enough to bury the Jets as they fell 2-1 to the Colorado Avalanche.
January 18 2016 10:10AM
The Winnipeg Jets recently paired Jacob Trouba and Dustin Byfuglien together, despite both being right handed shots. The results have been pretty good with the two on the ice. There has been a negative byproduct though.
The Jets have been forced to place Ben Chiarot on his off-handed side with Mark Stuart. And that is a problem.
January 18 2016 09:45AM
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. We all know Charles Dickens opening words to A Tale Of Two Cities but it does describe the Winnipeg Jets situation. The Jets have won two straight, scoring important victories over divisional foes Nashville and Minnesota on back-to-back nights.
January 18 2016 08:30AM
You know how to get your questions into us. Send us an @ mention to JetsNation on Twitter with the tag #JNAirMail. You can also send us a DM on that same Twitter account, you can leave a message on our Facebook page, or you can send an e-mail to JNAirMail@shaw.ca.
But we'll start with a question asked in the comments of last week's AirMail...
Michael asks: For the disallowed goal (versus the Sharks last Tuesday) it's hard to tell but it seems possible that Wheeler's leg actually only hit Pavelski's leg, which was up against Stalock's. If this were the case, is that still incidental contact, by means of another player, the same way you can have goaltender interference by pushing a defender into the goalie? Again, if Wheeler never made direct contact, is it still possible to incur a tripping penalty?