September 26 2015 12:37AM
Remember last season during the playoffs (Oiler fans checking on this recap may have to look up what the word "playoffs" means since it's been so long) when the Jets would take a lead into the 3rd period and we Jets fans were happy and hopeful the team could simply lock it down for 20 more minutes and bring home a win only to see victory cruelly ripped away from the Jets and us fans much like the Oilers cruelly ripped the first overall pick away from the helpless Buffalo Sabres?
That sucked didn't it?
Well, that brings me to Friday night's preseason contest against the Edmonton Oilers.
September 25 2015 02:18PM
It seemed just like yesterday that the Winnipeg Jets were opening training camp. Now we are already looking at the third game. How far we've come.
Anyways, a near-optimal Jets line up will host a McDavidless Oilers, almost the ying to Wednesday's yang.
Let's take a look at the rosters for tonight's game...
September 25 2015 10:54AM
The Winnipeg Jets have been rumored to be moving in some young pieces to take roles lost with the departure of Michael Frolik, Jiri Tlusty, Lee Stempniak, and Jim Slater for quite some while.
Some were skeptical though that the Jets would indeed move in skilled young skaters in the lineup over limited veterans like Anthony Peluso, Matt Halischuk, Patrice Cormier, or Matt Fraser.
However, it appears though that the Jets may have up to four players on their roster that did not play in the NHL last year.
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September 25 2015 06:45AM
Maybe Phil Kessel was the problem in Toronto, Leafs new radical approach to team building, Higgins breaks foot in Van, the Flames predict the Canucks season, Mark Girodano, Darnell Nurse, Connor McDavid, fantasy hockey help, a beauty scrap and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Draftkings
September 24 2015 01:22PM
The Jets website announced that the Winnipeg Jets have re-assigned eleven players from training camp.
The eleven cut brings down the Jets training camp roster from 55 to 44 (43 after excluding Grant Clitsome). Eight of the players move from the NHL to the AHL, while three were sent back to their Canadian major junior team.