JetsNation Recap - Jets Keep On Keeping On With 4-2 Win Over Sens

Art Middleton
October 03 2016 10:39PM

It was more of the same from your Winnipeg Jets as they continued on with their pre-season against the Ottawa Senators. Sluggish play at times with some moments of brilliance sprinkled in against a visiting team that was not even quite 50% of what it's regular NHL roster will end up being.

But in the end a 4-2 win over the Sens is better than the alternative, right?

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JGD Preseason Game 4: Jets Host Ottawa In Final Exhibition Home Game

Jeremy Wiebe
October 03 2016 03:47PM

The home portion of the exhibition slate for the Winnipeg Jets concludes Monday night as the Ottawa Senators pay a visit to the MTS Centre. It's another back-to-back for the Jets as they played in Calgary last night. 

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JN 2016-2017 Central Division Preview: Chicago Blackhawks

Jacob Stoller
October 03 2016 03:10PM

Today we are continuing our series that takes a look at fellow Central division rivals for the upcoming 2016-2017 season. Once again the Central Division lines up to be one of the toughest divisions in all of hockey. with all seven teams ( yes, even the Jets) being legitimate playoff threats. 

Today, we look at the Chicago Blackhawks. 

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Jonathan Willis
October 03 2016 03:00PM


We're still waiting for real hockey games, but there won't be a dull day off the ice between now and the start of the NHL regular season. Monday kicks off another week and another batch of players for the waiver wire.

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Breaking Down Summer 2016: Pacific Division

Cam Lewis
October 03 2016 12:00PM

This article is part of a four-part series that lists all of the transactions made by each NHL team and discusses what each team’s offseason means in the context of their division. Information and data was taken from: NHL Numbers, Hockey Reference, General Fanager, Hockey Analysis, Corsica, TSN, and Rotowire. Also, a special thanks to Sean Tierney who provided data visualization for the series. 

Everything went according to plan in the Pacific Division last season. 

The Californian teams dominated, as the Kings and Sharks found the stride that they had misplaced in 2014-15 and the Ducks continued to roll despite a terrible start. The Flames fell back down to earth and the Canucks showed signs of aging, joining the perpetually rebuilding Oilers and the tank-happy Coyotes at the bottom of the standings. 

This year is bound to be a little more complicated. The Sharks and Kings look to be as strong as they were last season, but the Ducks have struggled mightily with the threat of the expansion draft, and the Coyotes, Oilers and Flames each made strides to improve themselves around their core of young talent. 

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