Game 41 at Colorado: Montoya Performance and Neutral Zone Play

Travis Hrubeniuk
December 31 2013 12:48AM

In a game that has been referred to as one of the most complete efforts from the Jets this year, there was one aspect of their game that remained similar to almost every other game this year. Their reluctance to carry the puck into the zone.

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Game 41 @ Colorado: Scoring Chances and Observations

Travis Hrubeniuk
December 30 2013 11:46AM

Fenwick Chart via Extraskater.com

The Jets put together a strong effort Sunday night in Colorado that saw them once again win a special teams battle and out-posses an opponent. It was the kind of game that left me, and many other Jets fans, wondering why road performances like these can’t be a more consistent thing.

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Monday Morning Musings: Wright Not Right Fit & Jets Halfway Home

Matt Eichel
December 30 2013 07:55AM

Wright Not the Right Fit In Winnipeg

The biggest complaint I have had as a Jets fan over the two and a half seasons the team has been back hasn't been the lack of Ron Hainsey's defensive skills or even the lack of NIk Antropov's speed - it is the fact the Jets regularly dress centre James Wright on a nightly basis on their fourth line.

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Claude Noel's Season Segments: Team Still Struggling

Kevin McCartney
December 30 2013 12:36AM

In the pre-season, coach Claude Noel told us that he breaks the season in five-game segments to keep the team focused, and explained his moderate and attainable expectations that the team win 3 out of every 5. Half way through the year, we take a look at the team's success using those segments.

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Jets Post-Game 41: Al Montoya For the Win

Kevin McCartney
December 29 2013 11:45PM

The Jets won their second in a row for the first time since games against New Jersey and Long Island to start the Eastern Conference road trip in November. Coach Noel said the team needed to gain some momentum, and they might have done it through the play of back-up netminder Al Montoya. 

The TSN crew called this one 'the most complete' game of the Jets' season, but it was Al Montoya and Semyon Varlamov that kept this a low scoring affair. They were rightfully two of the three stars of the game.

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