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.
October 17 2015 02:19PM
Kyle Connor's debut with Michigan is one to be remembered. The freshman scored 2 goals and 1 assist, leading his new team to a 6-4 victory over Mercyhurst University.
His first point, an assist, came on the opening goal. Connor deflected a point shot that was then picked up by teammate Boo Nieves. Connor would would score later in the 1st period, stealing the puck for a shorthanded breakaway goal. What a way to get your first, eh? He would go on to score an empty net goal on a blind backhand shot to seal the victory.
See the video after the jump.
October 16 2015 10:03PM
The good times keep rolling on! Your Winnipeg Jets were the equivalent of an 18 wheeler tonight; a little slow to start but once they got going they were impossible to stop as they ran over the Calgary Flames 3-1.
We break down the game after the jump...
October 16 2015 11:56AM
The Jets come home for the first time this season, hosting the Calgary Flames tonight at the MTS Centre.
Winnipeg has started the season well: three wins and just one loss, to the New York Islanders, on their four game road trip. The Flames have had a less auspicious start to the season, with a 1-2-0 record so far.
Some acknowledgement should go to Michael Frolik's return to Winnipeg tonight as a Calgary Flame, touched on earlier today at Jets Nation. Unsurprisingly, he says he very much would like to score a goal against his former team, and his close friend Ondrej Pavelec.
Nothing against Frolik, but here's hoping he goes home disappointed.