Sergei Bautin: Hockey Voyager

Andrey Osadchenko
March 07 2012 09:33AM



Former Jets defenseman Sergei Bautin is a subject of profound respect among Dynamo Moscow fans. No wonder – he was a part of arguably the best teams Russian hockey has ever put together. In the early 1990s Dynamo Moscow was a pretty much a dream team. Bautin joined the blue-and-white, played with them for 2 seasons and won 2 championship titles.

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Young Jets Finding Stride & Consistency

Matt Eichel
March 06 2012 09:16AM


With his 15th goal on the season last night, Blake Wheeler extended his career point total to 54 - good enough to tie him for 33rd in league scoring.

Maybe it's not that significant that Wheeler is 33rd in the league, but the fact that he is tied with the likes of Corey Perry (33 goals, 21 assists) and Henrik Zetterberg (15 goals, 39 assists) puts him into some very highly esteemed company (not to mention Wheeler's 39 assists is good enough for 12th place tie with Martin St. Louis, Ray Whitney, Eric Staal, and Zetterberg)

Even if he stumbles in an interview with TSN's Sara Orlesky after the game, Wheeler has shown on-ice maturity that has started to take hold in the Jets room.

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Jets hit 3rd at Mach 2, win 3-1; Advanced boxscore

Cam Charron
March 05 2012 08:57PM

After an even first couple of periods, the Winnipeg Jets opened up in the third period and got pretty goals from both Blake Wheeler and Chris Thorburn for an important 3-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres, who were out of gas at the end of a long road trip.

Welcome to the advanced box score—we will provide scoring chance details, who took or set up chances for either team, as well as the Statistical Three Stars and its companion, the Statistical Three Goats, which is based on a player's actual performance during a game and not necessarily the results.

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Jets Gameday - Less than meets the eye

Robert Cleave
March 05 2012 11:18AM



The Jets wrap up their extended stay at home by playing number two of Claude Noel's self-proclaimed seventeen game playoff series this evening, with the first outing having gone just about as well as anyone could have hoped. The seven-spot they posted on Thursday wasn't exactly representative of the play, but Winnipeg's had a few encounters go the other direction this year, so that night was quite possibly just the bounces evening out rather than any undue fortune at work.

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Nation Radio - March 3, 2012

March 03 2012 05:33PM



Sometimes we go for a much wider view here on OilersNation Radio. We invite guests who write about other teams and players from around the league. We think it makes us seem somehow more refined, more cosmopolitan...

Not this week baby. It's pretty much all Edmonton, all the time. Allan talks with a numbers of influencial Edmonton bloggers on a variety of topics including advanced stats, Ales Hemsy and the recent Gilbert trade.

This is Nation Radio.

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