Jets Nation Recap: Florida Jagrs Jagr The Jets Again Jagr to 2

Art Middleton
March 01 2016 10:19PM

This is the dream Jets fans!

The Jets as a whole were generally very good, they out-played their opposition, Ondrej Pavelec was bad and let in at least two stinkers and the Jets end up losing at home against Florida 3-2.

The tank rolls on!

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Jets Prospect Update - March 1st

March 01 2016 10:36AM

The Moose saw their offense come alive for one game, an unfortunate injury could spell the end of a players season, and Kyle Connor continued to do Kyle Connor things. We touch on all this and more in this weeks Jets prospects update.

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JGD 62: New Look Panthers Visit The MTS Centre

Jeremy Wiebe
March 01 2016 09:00AM

The trade deadline has come and gone and now business can return to normal. After trading captain Andrew Ladd to Chicago on Thursday, the Winnipeg Jets were quiet on deadline day, choosing to stand pat instead of making more moves to either improve their roster or draft position.

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JN AirMail: February 29, 2016

Art Middleton
February 29 2016 12:42PM


Happy Leap Year Day everyone! That's a thing right?

This week we look into Bryan's little skate with a fractured back, have a definitive word about which goalie will end up gone and look at which Jets will be playing international hockey in September for the World Cup.

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Pardy-on in Edmonton: Oilers pick up Adam Pardy from waivers

Garret Hohl
February 29 2016 10:28AM

The Winnipeg Jets yesterday placed left-shot, depth defender Adam Pardy on waivers yesterday.

There were no reports or explanation given why the Jets exposed a pending-free-agent, depth-player less than 24 hours away from the NHL roster limit being lifted. However, it was speculated that the Jets were giving Pardy an opportunity to play elsewhere to give him a chance to earn a contract for next season.

Pardy did not move far on the waiver wire, as the Edmonton Oilers picked Pardy up, along with the Vancouver Canucks' Adam Cracknell.

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