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Hawerchuk: Toronto & Winnipeg On Opposite Ends Of Spectrum

Winnipeg Jets (1.0) legend and current Barrie Colts head coach Dale Hawerchuk recently chatted with Luke Fox of Sportsnet.ca to talk about his support of this past weekend’s Soctiabank Pro-Am charity hockey tournament for Alzheimer’s in support of Baycrest, and of course about other various topics covering the hockey world. One such topic that came…

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Jets @ The IIHF Worlds – Day 4 Recap

It’s not quite NHL playoff hockey in May or even AHL level playoffs in the spring, but Jets fans still have a chance to see a handful of Jets players as they play in the IIHF World Championships taking part this year in Cologne, Germany and Paris, France. Mark Scheifele, Josh Morrissey, and Eric Comrie are…

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Jets @ The IIHF Worlds – Day 3 Recap

It’s not quite NHL playoff hockey in May or even AHL level playoffs in the spring, but Jets fans still have a chance to see a handful of Jets players as they play in the IIHF World Championships taking part this year in Cologne, Germany and Paris, France. Mark Scheifele, Josh Morrissey, and Eric Comrie are…

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Jets @ The IIHF Worlds – Day 2 Recap

It’s not quite NHL playoff hockey in May or even AHL level playoffs in the spring, but Jets fans still have a chance to see a handful of Jets players as they play in the IIHF World Championships taking part this year in Cologne, Germany and Paris, France. Mark Scheifele, Josh Morrissey, and Eric Comrie are…

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Future Free Agents: Joe Thornton

Joe Thornton is a free agent. You know what team means? It’s time to speculate whether or not his time in San Jose is over or not. This is a narrative we’ve heard for years, but after the team went to the Stanley Cup Final in 2016, it’s even more difficult than ever to imagine Thornton…

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Jets @ The IIHF Worlds – Day 1 Recap

It’s not quite NHL playoff hockey in May or even AHL level playoffs in the spring, but Jets fans still have a chance to see a handful of Jets players as they play in the IIHF World Championships taking part this year in Cologne, Germany and Paris, France. Mark Scheifele, Josh Morrissey, and Eric Comrie are…

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Pilot’s Logbook: Alex Burmistrov

The Winnipeg Jets’ 2016-2017 disappointing season finally ended. While the extent of disappointment may be subjective from individual-to-individual dependent on expectations, fans without a single franchise playoff win prefer their seasons to carry some post-season excitement. So, what went wrong? What went well? How do the Jets measure up against their competition? Which areas actually…

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The Roundup

Leafs realize they were lucky in 2016 draft lottery, trading Chris Tanev is not a crazy thought, the Jets plans for expansion draft, ranking Brad Treliving’s moves to date, finding a shooter for McDavid, Edmonton still lost the Hall trade, Wings close to winning lottery, free agency, the second round, and more in this week’s…

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in Hockey History

This week we’re still talkin’ playoffs, including some OT heroes and big letdowns. Let’s relive some playoff excitement and heart break! Here’s what happened on the week of April 27 to May 3rd: CanucksArmy May 3, 2004: Brian Burke was fired by the Canucks after six years with the organization, a career that most notably…

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Pilot’s Logbook: Mark Stuart

The Winnipeg Jets’ 2016-2017 disappointing season finally ended. While the extent of disappointment may be subjective from individual-to-individual dependent on expectations, fans without a single franchise playoff win prefer their seasons to carry some post-season excitement. So, what went wrong? What went well? How do the Jets measure up against their competition? Which areas actually…

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Something to Watch: The Jets at The World Hockey Championship

Watching playoff hockey is great, but it isn’t the same when your team isn’t involved. For the fifth time in six years since arriving from Atlanta, the Jets 2.0 were sent home at the end of the regular season and Winnipeg was left without playoff hockey. Okay, so now what? Jump on a playoff bandwagon?…

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Future Free Agents: Brian Boyle

Brian Boyle was acquired by the Toronto Maple Leafs for a pretty hefty price at this year’s trade deadline. He said at the end of the team’s season that he would be open to returning to Toronto, but as a 32-year-old, it’s also likely going to be Boyle’s final chance to make a big payday…