JGD 17: Making Rivals

Kevin McCartney
November 06 2013 02:26PM

Chicago, 100 years ago

The Jets joining a new Division this year gave fans and the players alike an instant opportunity for meaningful rivalries based on geography and shared history. But one further ingredient is needed to build a rivalry - competition.

Can the Jets compete with Chicago?

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Game 16 vs Detroit: Entries and Montoya

Travis Hrubeniuk
November 06 2013 05:04AM

The Jets provided their fans with possibly their best home effort of the season on Monday night, sparking a little bit of hope into a fan base that was losing it fast. Before their rematch against a Blackhawk team that dominated them Saturday, we take a look at the zone entries and evaluate Al Montoya’s performance from Monday.

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October Success Equals Playoff Rewards: Season Starts Through Jets Franchise History

Luke Dixon
November 05 2013 03:55PM

One month down, six to go. 

The Jets began the 2013/14 campaign winning their first two games, something that had not occured since the 2009-2010 season when they were still the Atlanta Thrashers. Ending the first month a meager 5-7-2, the Jets sat in sixth place in the Central Division with just 12 points.

With hopes for just the second playoff appearance in Franchise history, we look into how this October stacks up against season starts since the expansion Thrashers joined the league in 1999.

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Game 16 vs. Detroit: Scoring Chances

Travis Hrubeniuk
November 05 2013 10:25AM

 

I think “dominant” is a good term to wrap this game up. The Jets (surprisingly) out-classed the Wings Monday night, with scoring chance numbers so different it even shocked me.

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Jetstream Podcast Ep 5: Roster Stuck

Travis Hrubeniuk
November 05 2013 09:36AM

On this episode of the podcast, the guys have a tough time playing GM. We also discussed what we should do with Scheifele (before he decided to light up the Red Wings), the NHL thinking about including front offices in player fines and a little love for Tobias Enström.

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