November 28 2014 01:32PM
The Jets make their way to Beantown to wrap-up their three game road trip against the Boston Bruins. The Bruins have been a team who has struggled with injuries all season and have not had a fully healthy lineup since the early part of October. The Jets will have to capitalize on the Bruins young players if they want to have a chance of leaving Massachusetts with two points.
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November 28 2014 07:30AM
Yakupov's usage, Oilers fire goalie coach, Canucks player grades, Pat Quinn, Flames luck, Leafs fenwick, gassing the salute, and more in this weeks Roundup.
November 26 2014 08:08AM
The Jets' mid-week, Eastern-conference-also-ran back-to-back concludes today with a contest against a team with an historical misnomer for a city name. You see, the American Bison (Bison Bison) is not a buffalo at all! (Gasps!) The contest is effectively won. I mean, try getting a fighter jet to change its migratory pattern just by building a cross-continental railway. (Rim shot!)
The Sabres enter tonight having won three straight to pull into a three-way tie for last with the lowly Oilers and the also lowly Blue Jackets. The team's verbal is, of course, about getting their sea legs. Still, the team sports a league worst -34 goal differential and lost the three games prior to their winning streak by a combined 18-5. Are wins against Toronto, San Jose, and Washington enough to make us believe Ted Nolan has found a combination that works?
November 26 2014 07:00AM
In this installment of What Would You Do Wednesday, I want to see what you, the readers, would do with TJ Galiardi who was placed on waivers yesterday and can either be claimed by another team, sent to the minors or kept up in the NHL. Don’t hold back and fight for what you believe in.
November 25 2014 01:01PM
Winnipeg will end the month of November on the road as they kickoff a three-game road trip in Columbus to take on Ryan Johansen and the Blue Jackets.
The Jets are looking to snap a two-game losing streak tonight, after losing a pair of games at home in which they gave up four goals each night. For the first time since Nov. 2, the Jets are not in a playoff spot, currently sitting 5th in the Central Division with a 10-9-3 record.