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October 09 2015 06:45AM

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Cocaine and the NHL, Leafs prepare for misery, Flames fear some regression, how much of an impact will Canucks rookies have his year, Ference gives up 'C' in Edmonton, the NHL All-hipster team, predictions and forecasts for the 2015-16 season and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKings

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Jets Nation Recap: Jets young guns outscore Bruins

Garret Hohl
October 08 2015 08:19PM

It was not pretty, but it's a tick in the win column. The Winnipeg Jets start off the season right with a win, getting goals from the top to the bottom of their lineup. They won't have long to wait as the Jets continue their travels with another game tomorrow against the New Jersey Devils.

Let's break the game down.

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JGD 1: Jets open the new season in Boston

Garret Hohl
October 08 2015 02:25PM

The Winnipeg Jets are back in action for a new season. The Jets will open the 2015-2016 hockey year in Boston against a Zdeno Chara-less Bruins.

The new season also offers a fresh start for the two teams, one that missed the playoffs while the other went without a single postseason win.

The Jets fly into Boston with some new faces from last year. 

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Jets Lines Preview: Ladd's Little Wheeler re-uinited, and it just feels right

Garret Hohl
October 08 2015 11:49AM

The regular season is just over the horizon. Most teams have made the final touches to their roster and practicing in the lines we'll see for the start of the season.

The Winnipeg Jets are one such team with their opening roster's lines looking set, provided injuries do not change things.

We'll preview the season by looking at some of the lines for the Jets, next up comes the Jets top line.

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Time For Scheifele To Make His Mark

Jeremy Wiebe
October 08 2015 09:00AM

When the Winnipeg Jets entered the NHL in 2011, the organization was going to use the draft and develop method to build the team. It makes perfect sense for two reasons. Winnipeg will never be a "go-to" destination for free agents and the revenue generated by True North is limited compared to big markets like New York, Chicago and Toronto. (I know, there is a salary cap but the Jets will never max out on the cap. Small market doesn't allow maximum use of cap.)

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