Friday Five-Hole: The Energy Line

Rhys Finnick
November 29 2013 04:42PM


                        The guy on the far right is my dad. (photo by BiblioArchives )

This weekly column looks to discuss a certain number of relevant Jets topics on a certain day of the week. That certain number? Five. That day of the week? Friday. Also, hole. This is the Friday Five-Hole.

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Rhys Finnick
November 29 2013 01:08PM


                                      He Fro-likie that one (...'cause he just scored).

The game started off on the wrong foot for the Jets.


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JDG 28: Black Friday

Rhys Finnick
November 29 2013 08:39AM

                                     Philadelphia's greatest hero. (photo by Susan Smith)

While the majority of North Americans will be out this morning trampling each other's faces for slightly cheaper merchandise, the Jets roll into the Wells Fargo Center with a chance to string together their second longest winning streak of the season.

Of three.

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November 28 2013 11:53AM


Per usual we were asleep at the switch and didn't realize that November 17 marked the 6th birthday of the Nation Network. We can only imagine that this is foreshadowing to days where we will forget our wife's birthday and most of our children's names and birthdays as well. Sorry whomever you may be, we have a lot going on in this brain of ours* and sometimes things slip through the cracks.

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Jets Post-Game 27: Don't Ask How

Kevin McCartney
November 27 2013 09:41PM


We learned a lot about the Jets on this Wednesday evening in Long Island. Against another poor Eastern Conference team, the Jets squeeked out a win on the back of three goals in 5 minutes, seemingly sentient goal posts, and Al Montoya.

Defenders chased, the fourth line stayed hemmed in the Jets end, and the team's third pairing was both a mess and required to create scoring for the Jets to get a 'W.' No doubt we will hear the empty phrase 'it's two points' uttered often as a sentence (already frustrating) and as a tautological defence of what we saw on the ice.

This road trip is important for the team in more ways than just climbing the standings. It's an opportunity to fix their game under less duress, and despite being 2-0-0 so far, progress has been lacking.

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