September 09 2014 07:57PM
Well, well, well, I apologize for the lack of content recently. The last week has been really hectic for me in my real life, but I should be back in the saddle now with the NHL on the horizon.
I'm patiently waiting for NHL 15 to arrive at my house because that's the first sign of NHL coming back into my life. In a few short (okay, but it will feel long) days the rookie tournament will be going on in Penticton and that will signal the start of hockey season for the Winnipeg Jets.
September 08 2014 01:17PM
Our western conference preview continues with a focus on the Winnipeg Jets. This is the Jets' fourth season in Winnipeg after relocating from Atlanta, and they've missed the playoffs all three seasons. They finished with 84 points in 2012 and 2014, and 51 during the shortened 2013 season.
They missed the playoffs by eight points in 2012 and four points in 2013 while skating in the eastern conference. They moved to the west last year and ended up in 11th spot, seven points out of the playoffs.
They Jets don't need a massive improvement to make the postseason, but there is one glaring reason why they will could struggle to make the playoffs; Goaltending.
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September 05 2014 08:05AM
Sean Monahan a cautionary tale for Leon Draisaitl, advanced stats for dummies, player profiles, prospect depth charts and more in this week's Roundup
September 02 2014 05:20PM
When Mark Stuart signed his 4-year contract extension, there was a gasp and many eyes rolling throughout the NHL. Stuart is a solidified NHL player, but a guy that plays 5/6 pairing minutes against weak competition doesn't normally earn more than a two-year deal.
Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff made fans shudder when he stated that Stuart "is what the Winnipeg Jets are all about" and obviously looked past his inequalities.
September 02 2014 04:39PM
Jacob Trouba had fans salivating when he skated across the blue line and ripped a huge clapper past Oilers netminder Devan Dubnyk in the opening game of the season. That was only a sample of what was to come from the NHL rookie.