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Pilot’s Logbook: Patrik Laine

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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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profile: #25 – Jaret Anderson-Dolan

Coming as the 25th ranked prospect in the Nation Network prospect profiles for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft is Jaret Anderson-Dolan from the Spokane Chiefs in the WHL. The young centre from Calgary may be a slightly under-rated prospect heading into the draft, as he may not hear his name called until the early parts of…

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Three Takeaways From The Latest TSN Cheveldayoff Interview

Another weekend, another Kevin Cheveldayoff interview. This time it took place during the NHL scouting combine and saw TSN’s Gino Reda asking the questions. As always, it’s a good watch and while Chevy did do his usual “speak without saying much” bit, there were a few interesting things worth noting…

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The State Of JetsNation: Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes!

Nine months ago, Garret Hohl stood (well, typed actually) before you all and gave you the State of JetsNation and it was doing pretty good. Garret was brought in as the Managing Editor of JetsNation in February of 2015 and instantly brought a huge amount of credibility to this little corner of the internet. Before…

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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profile: #26 – Grant Mismash

The USNTDP’s Grant Mismash is a gritty two-way forward who makes his mark in front of the net. He checks in as the 26th best prospect in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft by Nation Network consensus. Mismash has been steadily rising in draft rankings given his work ethic, willingness to go to the dirty areas…