Jets All Mustache Team and Other Serious Issues

Brett Martin
February 11 2013 02:19PM

 

 

Jets Win! 

Nice to see the Jets beat Ottawa on Saturday. The game was a tad on the boring side, but I'll take boring hockey for 2 points any day. The bigger problem for me is that I'm in Vancouver, and for whatever reason, CBC decided to give us the Edmonton / Detroit game instead. Why they would think that people in BC would rather see the hated Oilers play the fading Red Wings over 2 Canadian teams is beyond me. Especially when one of which, the Jets, just happens to be generally well received by everybody across the Country.

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Line Mashup

swindle
February 11 2013 11:22AM

 

On Friday night TSN.ca reported that Jets coach Claude Noel will be, "shuffling the deck again as they look to find a combination of forwards who can put the puck in the net and help keep it out of their own as well."

I was never a huge stats guy, but I have to say that since I have been introduced to advanced stats I have realized how they can enrich the game. I am a nube when it comes to this, however, I thought it would be interesting to look at some advanced stats along with some conventional ones to see what type of lines I would put together if I were in charge. 

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Crosby's better, Jets fans are proven right, and Bobby Lou

swindle
February 10 2013 10:54AM

While watching the Jets lose a tight one to the Leafs Thursday night, I found myself flipping to the Penguins/Caps matchup during breaks (also the feed I had was on the Leaf's channel, so I can only take so much propaganda). Even though Ovechkin isn't what he once was, I'm still drawn to his head-to-head matchups with Crosby as there is a slim chance of a 'classic'. Thursday night's game was far from a classic as Crosby had a goal and two assists and the Pens downed the Caps 5-2. 

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Best of the Nation – 2.10.13

Jonathan Willis
February 10 2013 09:31AM

Lots of good stuff after the jump – trades and transactions, NHL expansion, Craig MacTavish on his old team in Vancouver, Olympic speculation and more. Plus – a special look at the (highly impressive) results of our Jets Nation casting call.

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Jets Headlines: 10 Games Deep

Travis Hrubeniuk
February 10 2013 01:41AM

Believe it or not, the Winnipeg Jets are already ten games into the season. Usually game ten isn’t one of your typical “look back and reflect” landmarks, but hey, this isn’t exactly your normal season. We are almost a quarter of the way through the schedule, so if you happen to have been sleeping under a rock for the last month, here are a few Jets headlines you should probably catch up on:

Slide a Little Over 

After starting the season in his usual spot between Ladd and Wheeler, Coach Claude Noel made a decision regarding Bryan Little that has paid off big time. He decided to shift Little to the right wing, and since the move, he has been nothing short of electric. Thus far he has put up 7 points (2 Goals, 5 Assists), scored an overtime winner and is a team leading +4. It’s a move made possible by the acquisition of Olli Jokinen, and made further feasible by the early season play of Alex Burmistrov.

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