March 19 2015 11:05AM
The Winnipeg Jets haven't had much success against the St. Louis Blues.
Having dropped all three previous meetings this season, the Jets will look to stay in the playoff picture Thursday night when they host the Blues at MTS Centre.
The Jets (35-23-12), winners of their last two games, hold the final wild-card spot in the West with 82 points -- one ahead of the surging Calgary Flames.
March 19 2015 10:02AM
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The Winnipeg Jets appear to be giving Ondrej Pavelec one last shot to run with the starter's mantle.
After years of subaverage goaltending performances Pavelec was usurped as Winnipeg's everyday starter in midseason by Michael Hutchinson. It would seem though that Hutchinson's recent struggles have opened the door enough for Pavelec, and the Czech-born netminder will make his third consecutive start on Thursday night against the NHL's third most potent offensive team, the St. Louis Blues, according to Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun.
March 19 2015 07:00AM
the latest instalment of the IceCaps Numbers Recap where we review all the weekly
activities of the St. John’s Ice Caps, the AHL affiliation of the Winnipeg
Jets. Similar to the Future NHEhlers
weekly article, we review all the stats and news we can find for your IceCaps.
Continue past the jump to read what went down.
March 18 2015 11:50AM
With Mathieu Perreault still out with injury and the recent subtractions of Bryan Little and Dustin Byfuglien, the Jets have pushed some skaters above their optimal depth placement.
How have they performed?
March 17 2015 09:43PM
The Winnipeg Jets win yet again. They move one closer to the playoffs, which looks to be a very tight race.
The Jets started hot. Dominating the San Jose Sharks early in both goals, shots, and shot attempts. Three early goals by Adam Lowry, Mark Scheifele, and Andrew Ladd sent Antti Niemi packing.
Combination of score effects and the Sharks waking up created a rough ride for the Jets over the next two periods. The Sharks pressed hard and scored two goals from the stick of Joe Pavelski, only for Blake Wheeler to score two of his own in between Pavelski's.
Let's break it down.