Road Trip with Dr. Gary!

Ross Smith
October 24 2013 11:24AM

This season The Jets have hired Sports Psychologist and Life Coach, Dr. Gary Barnard to help focus and motivate the team. We’re fortunate enough to have been granted access to these closed-door meetings. Here is the transcript for Dr. Gary’s session with the team in preparation for their western road trip, beginning in Nashville, Oct. 24.

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Jets Penalty Kill: Perry Pearn's Innovation

Kevin McCartney
October 24 2013 12:57AM


Perry Pearn is in his second year as an assistant coach with the Jets and runs the team's Penalty Kill. Though he shared those duties last season, his individual work has given the group a small bump in the numbers from a 23rd ranked, sub-80% nightmare to a 15th ranked 83%. But more interestingly, we're also seeing an innovative formation on the Jets' penalty kill I'm terming a Weak-Side Overload. 

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Game 10 vs Washington: Scoring Chances

Travis Hrubeniuk
October 24 2013 12:57AM

In a game that really made a lot of Jets fans miss the Southeast, the home side managed to put together an electric effort that was loaded with scoring chances. As hard as it was at times to keep up, here is the final chance count from Tuesday’s game against the Caps.

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Game 10 vs Washington: Pavelec and Entries

Travis Hrubeniuk
October 23 2013 12:47AM

A pity-point was all the Jets were able to muster from what was likely their best performance of the season this far. Why? Well, the performance from the man in net was a big reason for the night’s disappointment.

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Jets Post-Game 10: Dominating Loss

Kevin McCartney
October 22 2013 10:35PM


The Jets put together the best 65 minutes of hockey we've seen from them so far this season, dominating the Capitals in almost every facet of the game. And yet the Jets lost to a struggling team from the East with limited depth and an average goaltender. They pulled out a silver-lining single point, but could have and should have come away with a clean win. But hey, feeling frustrated is better than feeling hopeless, isn't it? 

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