Can't Score? Make Byfuglien A Forward Again

Nation World HQ
November 07 2011 01:00PM

The leading goal scorers on the Winnipeg Jets have scored five times this season. Kyle Wellwood has five goals in 14 games, Evander Kane has five in 13 and Jim Slater has five in 12. That puts them in a tie for 34th in the NHL.

It's not the end of the world by any stretch of the imagination. The fact the Jets are 5-7-2 and 3-2-1 on their current seven-game road trip suggests the team is playing pretty well. It's difficult to criticize a club that started very slowly, but picked up its game on the road. Trouble is, the Jets have been shut out twice in their last five outings, couldn't hold a lead in Florida and had to score twice in the third to tie New Jersey (more about that later).

As head coach Claude Noel said after the Jets 3-0 loss to the Rangers on Sunday night, "We're playing very well in our own end and all over the ice, defensively. We need somebody to step up and start scoring some goals."

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All You Gotta Do Is Call

Kent Wilson
November 07 2011 10:44AM



By Andrey Osadchenko

The Winnipeg Jets weren’t projected to make it to the play-offs this year. And although Winnipeg has only managed five wins in their first 14 games, they’re still only four points away from the 5th spot in the conference. The battle for the post-season has become a little tougher recently however with Tobias Enstrom, Eric Fehr, Ron Hainsey and Derek Meech out. Here’s a look at three guys that should be considered the most likely to get a nod.

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Robin Brownlee
November 06 2011 09:44PM

Former Edmonton Oiler Georges Laraque doesn't name names, but the retired tough guy says the use of steroids and performance-enhancing drugs was not uncommon during his time in the NHL.

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Nation Network Hockey Pool: November 6th Edition

Jonathan Willis
November 06 2011 06:09PM

After the jump, this week’s Nation Network Hockey Pool standings.

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November 06 2011 11:57AM

Its a real Canadian edition of NationRadio this week with Prime Minister John A. Lowetide. The slow starting Vancouver Canucks, the Edmonton Oilers, the Calgary Flames and the Winnipeg Jets all get their moment addressing the assembly this week.

Its NationRadio.

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