JGD 20: Snakes and Ladders

Kevin McCartney
November 12 2013 12:00PM

Last week's matchup against this Detroit team was the first time the Jets showed promise this season. Sure, they had a few wins - even of the convincing sort. But a good team came to town and the Jets gave us reason to think they might actually avoid the basement of this Conference come April. 

Since, the Jets have turned in another two unexpectedly thorough and well-organized wins and are a game ahead of the count so far in November. 

Tonight's game is an important moment in proving the team has turned a corner, that it's not just their usual 'snakes and ladders' routine. Can they repeat their strong performance against Detroit?

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Game 19 vs San Jose: Scoring Chances

Travis Hrubeniuk
November 12 2013 12:08AM

This was a game the Jets really did deserve to win. They were in control of things for the majority of the time, and a different result really would have been heartbreaking. They managed to pull it out though against a team that has been fantastic in puck possession throughout most of the season.

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Game 19 vs San Jose: Pavelec and Entries

Travis Hrubeniuk
November 12 2013 12:05AM

An impressive performance by the Jets on Sunday night saw them win their second game in a row for the first time since the beginning of the season, and hopes are high right now that a little consistency could be growing. Aside from the game in Chicago, the Jets had a pretty solid week finishing 3-1-0, and if they can continue to put in performances like the one they had against a good team in San Jose, this team may not be done yet.

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Jetstream Podcast Ep 6: Fancy Sauce

Travis Hrubeniuk
November 11 2013 10:44PM

In this episode of The JetStream Podcast, we talk about the busy week that was for the Jets, if helmet grabbing is funny or a problem and Travis gets a little sensitive in defending Evander Kane. We also take a moment to remember all of those that serve and protect our country's freedom.

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Season of Remembrance

RexLibris
November 11 2013 07:58AM

On the evening of December 24th, 1914, something redeeming happened along the Western Front in France and Belgium. Something sane, kind, good and human took over from the cruel madness that was emerging from the first few months of the Great War. On that night, rifles were put down and soldiers on opposite sides of a pitted field rose from their makeshift trenches filled with mud and earth and came together as comrades, offering each other gifts and friendship.

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