December 27 2013 12:32PM
Fenwick Chart via Extraskater.com
After watching this game on Christmas Eve (I then felt a need to dive deep into a few cups of strong egg nog), I decided that I would not destroy my holiday. I waited until today to write about this game. I figured that it would allow the anger that built up within me to settle, and maybe by that point I would have words to explain what happened. Sadly, I don’t. I’ll try my best though, and then pray for something better tonight.
December 27 2013 12:18PM
So how was everyone’s Christmas? Mine was fantastic, except for the constant thought in the back of my mind that I would eventually have to touch back on this "game" once more before finally moving on from it.
December 26 2013 02:58AM
The U-20 World Juniors Championship start today and the Jets have four players to watch. Matt Eichel wrote about them already here. Inside this article, we'll review some of the scouting reports written on this blog and elsewhere about those four and what to watch for.
December 26 2013 12:13AM
Kichton moves the puck while Pasquale and Chairot act out Wrestlemania 19. Photo by Rhonda Hayward/The Telegram
It's been a month since we looked at the progress of the Jets' many prospects.
As of the December break, St John's IceCaps of the AHL is a mixed bag with some considerable concern surrounding a few key prospects, but continued excitement around others. As well, the 2011 crop of NCAA players is looking unlikely to produce a pro player. But the team has started to sign some of its CHL players early, including Eric Comrie and Scott Kosmachuk this month, and there are an impressive number of would-be Jets making noise at every level.
December 25 2013 08:06AM
About this time last year we at the Nations were trying to figure out a way to make the seemingly endless lock-out interesting (and to keep the lights on as our advertisers fled in terror).
Flash forward 12 months and we're bigger than ever after adding Brian Sutherby, Daily Faceoff and getting JetsNation on its feet (with the help of some great new contributors). We have some big plans for the future and will likely be adding even more content, gear, features, contests and fantasy type games very soon.
Of course, none of this is possible without all of our readers. So thank you for sticking with us through the dark times and continuting to make writing and reading here interesting, challenging, fun and rewarding.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone.