October 19 2015 02:05PM
Hockey is back, not only at the NHL level but across the globe. This means we can start getting a look at 2016 draft hopefuls. As we wrote about over at Hockey Graphs, we've been making some impressive progress with our PCS tool, so over the course of this multi-part series I'll take a look at how PCS views next year's draft hopefuls based on what they did in their 16-year-old season.
October 19 2015 11:42AM
The NHL's department of player safety won't be giving Jacob Trouba a phone call after the Winnipeg Jets defenceman threw what looked like an illegal check to the head of Blues forward Troy Brouwer on Sunday night.
It was reported by Winnipeg Sun's Ken Wiebe that Trouba will not be contacted by the league for delivering the hit, which went unnoticed by referees Dan O'Rourke and Tom Kowal.
October 19 2015 10:02AM
With Michigan kicking off their NCAA season, now every Jets prospect has had game action to begin 2015-2016. In this Jets prospects update we'll take a look at the strong starts for 2015 draftees and the continued offensive struggles of the Manitoba Moose.
October 18 2015 05:08PM
Unfortunately the Jets could not pull a win out of this game. The Blues would go up early in the second and would see the Jets constantly fighting from behind. What we did see was a heated game that was entertaining to watch by two teams that do not like each other.
The Jets would end up losing 4-2. Lets take a look at the game.
October 18 2015 06:30AM
It's game two of the a six game home stand for the Winnipeg Jets as the St. Louis Blues come into town for a Central Division clash. The puck drops at 2 pm at MTS Centre and can be seen on TSN 3 and heard on TSN 1290.
The Jets are off to a 4 win and 1 loss start and looking for their third win in a row after taking out the Rangers in New York and the Flames in the home opener. The Blues sport the same win / loss record as the Jets and are entering game five of a six game road trip that so far has worked out well for them going 3 and 1 with wins against Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver.