October 14 2015 11:56AM
The Winnipeg Jets start off the season 3-1-0, thanks in part by a superb 0.942 save percentage.
The Jets' netminder Ondrej Pavelec stopped just over 93 per cent of shots during the road trip, continuing from his strong performance from last season.
It was not long ago though that Pavelec was the figure of scrutiny, with many calling for a buyout.
How sure can we be of this "new Pavelec" is indeed new?
October 13 2015 08:57PM
It wasn't a work of art, but the Winnipeg Jets come home 3-1-0 after a four game road trip to start the season. No one would have complained with a 0.500 record with the Jets facing two back-to-back situations.
Let's break down the Jets 4-1win over the New York Rangers.
October 13 2015 11:23AM
After a disappointing performance yesterday against the New York Islanders, the Jets have the chance to bounce right back tonight. However, it won't be an easy task, as they face the New York Rangers, who have started the season red hot.
This will be the final game of the Jets season opening road trip out east before they finally come home to play their season opener Friday against the Calgary Flames. So far, the Jets are 2-1-0 on the road trip. You go in to any road trip hoping to, at the very least, split the points. The Jets have already accomplished that regardless of what happens tonight. If they can capture one or both points tonight, it would be a very successful road trip.
It will also be a tremendous test for the Jets to see how they match up against one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.
The Jets will certainly need to be much more disciplined tonight then they were last night if they hope to come away with any points.
October 13 2015 10:15AM
With the AHL and NCAA regular seasons getting kicked off this past week now nearly every Jets prospect has seen game action. In this prospects update we'll take a look at how the first weekend went for the Moose 2.0 as well as the rest of the hopeful future Jets.
October 12 2015 06:27PM
Jack Roslovic wasted no time scoring his first NCAA in his first game on Friday. Parking himself in the slot on a RedHawks powerplay, Roslovic subtly called for a pass and fired the puck low glove side.
Roslovic followed up with an assist on Saturday, showing wonderful vision and puck distribution that made him a 1st round draft pick this past summer. The Columbus, Ohio native picks up the puck behind the net with two Providence College players on him and immediately finds Chris Joyaux for the goal.
You can find videos of these plays after the jump.