Jetstream Podcast Ep 26: Keep Kane

Travis Hrubeniuk
April 07 2014 08:13AM

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On this week's episode, the guys run through Kane's busy week, pick our biggest disappointments and surprises of the season, and begin our donation campaign to buyout Pav.  All that, plus a few awesome questions from our listeners!

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Game 77 @ Phoenix: Scoring Chances & Observations

Travis Hrubeniuk
April 02 2014 10:39PM

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Coming off of one of the most epic collapses in Jets 2.0 history, the Jets faced a Phoenix team that had the opportunity to mathematically knock them out of playoff position.  Yet somehow, with the odds stacked against them, the Jets pulled through and left the desert with a shootout win.

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Game 76 @ Anaheim: Scoring Chances & Observations

Travis Hrubeniuk
April 01 2014 12:28AM

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Wow wow wow. That was…wow. Did you know that hockey games have 60 minutes of regulation play?

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Jetstream Podcast Ep 25: Daddy Issues

Travis Hrubeniuk
March 31 2014 07:50PM

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On this week's episode, the guys share their best and worst sports moments, mull over the thought of Randy Carlyle becoming the Jets head coach and furious discuss Troy Westwood's comments on Andrew Ladd's decision to miss a game for the birth of his child. 

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JGD 76: The Tour of Respect

Kevin McCartney
March 31 2014 03:57PM

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Jets fans had their chance to say good bye to Teemu at the MTS Centre back on October 6th. But this will be his last game against the Jets. His 76 goals with that white Titan won't be forgotten for fans of a certain generation, and it seems Winnipeg left an impression on him as well. It's your last chance to see the Finnish sniper ply his trade against the Jets and reminisce about when he came over the Atlantic as a teenager.

But this game isn't just about Teemu. 

The Jets have had a wild season. They've had deep lows, like the 9 losses in October with Scheifele falling all over the ice, or the 7 games Pavelec lost in December on the back of a stunningly bad .863 save percentage. But there have been times when the team looked next to unstoppable instead, even beating Anaheim and Chicago five days apart during the Paul Maurice honey moon where the team went 9-3-1 heading into the Olympic break. 

Now 9 points back of Phoenix for the Wildcard playoff spot with just 7 games remaining, the Jets are playing out the string. A swing through California means playing the top three teams of the Pacific Division. They enter tonight's game with the chance to win some respect as a team with upward momentum.

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