February 02 2016 10:50PM
We knew coming off the All-Star break that the Jets were in tough against the Central Division leading Dallas Stars, but the Jets didn't make things any easier on themselves with repeated stick infractions and blown defensive assignments that resulted in a 5-3 loss.
We now officially dub the last nine games: "The Homestand From Hell".
February 02 2016 11:50AM
After an amazing All-Star weekend, it's time to get back to the grind.
For the Winnipeg Jets, that means a date with the Dallas Stars at the MTS Centre.
The Jets will continue a six-game home-stand, in which they are 1-3-0 so far. They lost the first three games before Nik Ehlers and the Jets exploded on the Arizona Coyotes in a 5-2 win before the All-Star break.
February 02 2016 09:50AM
While Kyle Connor continues to produce points at a torrid pace, a couple other prospects managed to work their way out of scoring slumps. We look at how everyone performed this week in the prospects update.
February 01 2016 05:28PM
After a memorable All-Star weekend, it's back to the reality and grind of the regular season and for the Winnipeg Jets many questions now need to be answered over the next few weeks.
Will they trade or sign Ladd? Will they trade or sign Byfuglien? Will the Jets decide that they are indeed sellers and start preparing for next season, or will they try to take one more belated run at a playoff spot?
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January 29 2016 10:17AM
A few months ago, I looked at all of the moves each team had made over the offseason with the goal of figuring out which trades and signings were good and bad, and what each teams goals were and whether or not they did a good job of making personnel changes to achieve them. Now, since an adequate amount of time has passed, I'm going to pull those assessments up, throw on my hindsight goggles, and look back on the good and the bad moves from the 2015 offseason.
The Hawks executed another successful re-tool in the midst of sinking into cap hell, hitting a home run on undrafted Russian free agent Artemi Panarin. The Colorado Avalanche have brought Avsalytics back to life and are doing their best to defy statistics, and this time, it's probably even more puzzling than last. And the Dallas Stars attempt to become the Chicago Blackhawks last summer has helped turn them into a legitimate contender. Let's get into it.