Jetstream Podcast Ep 17: Pffft

Travis Hrubeniuk
January 29 2014 02:40PM

On this week's episode, the guys show some love to their city, discuss the Ice Cap's move to Thunder Bay and express their reservations on the Jet's streak. All that, plus the trade deadline, Byfuglien, and a Spelling Bee.

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JETS POST-GAME 55: SHREDDED BY THE PREDS

Rhys Finnick
January 28 2014 10:16PM

 

                                                  Stuart, incredulous.

This game had everything.

Big hits, continous play, excellent passing, tough board battles, impressive individual efforts, and goals aplenty.

If only the Jets came out of this one with two points.

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JGD 55: PREYING ON THE PREDS

Rhys Finnick
January 27 2014 10:43PM

 

                     One scary dude. (photo courtesy of hockeyschedule )

The Jets are on an incredible roll right now. Since Paul Maurice took over the bench a little more than two weeks ago, they've won six of their last seven games, grinding out victories against some of the league's best in Anaheim and Chicago. Goals are coming easy, Pavelec's numbers have improved, and fan optimism is at a season high.

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Monday Morning Musings: Success Breeds Confidence

Matt Eichel
January 27 2014 11:48AM

 

Confidence is infectious.

Especially when the leader of the troops is emitting it as much as Ron Hainsey used to give the puck away (Sorry Ron).

But the Winnipeg Jets are more than confident crossing the .500 percentage threshold.

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JETS POST-GAME 54: COMING FROM BEHIND

Rhys Finnick
January 26 2014 08:46PM

 

                                                         Go, Staurt!

Hockey is a weird sport sometimes.

After two periods, the Jets looked finished. Outshot 27-6, they looked in danger of falling beneath their season-low shot total of 14. Their only powerplay came off of a Chicago bench minor. No line could spend any amount of time in the offensive zone. Patrick Kane sifted through two-man coverage at will, and Al Montoya had to stand on his head to keep the score close.

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