A WWYDW on a Thursday?! What sort of madness is this? It’s the same kind of insanity that wonders if the Winnipeg Jets should even make a move at the deadline with said deadline less than three weeks away. Check out bodog for odds, but the Jets appear to be a contender.
Injuries have struck but the Jets haven’t skipped a beat. The depth of Winnipeg’s roster is being tested and passing with flying colours. When Mark Scheifele and other forwards return to the lineup, what happens to all of the up and coming stars? Is it time for the Jets to be buyers at the deadline?
It could have been better, but the Winnipeg Jets still managed a 4-3 win tonight against the Coyotes, so we’ll take it. This was one of those “playing down to the level of your opponent” type games that in past seasons I think would have burned other Jets clubs, but not this season.
The woeful Arizona Coyotes come into Winnipeg as the Jets look to stay undefeated in their ten game homestand.
This week in the ol mail in segment we call “Air Mail” because we like to stick with an aviation theme, we get asked about Laine’s puck handling, Bryan Little’s letter and I give you some insight into how the Nation Network operates because I love you all and you need to know the brutal truth.
The Jets continue to win games without their number one center and their number one defenseman. On top of that, they’ve had to deal with multiple injuries to depth players such as Adam Lowry and yet they are still finding ways to win.
The final score reads 2-0 for the Winnipeg Jets over the Colorado Avalanche, but really the score could have been so much larger in favor of the Jets. The Jets are the better team in the standings and unlike the first time against the Avs this season, they played a full game that demonstrated that…
Game three of the ten game home stand sees a division rival come into town as the Colorado Avalanche pay a visit to Bell MTS Place. It’s the third of four meetings set for this season and the teams will meet in Winnipeg yet again in about two weeks.
Lost in the frustration – at least in terms of how Jets fans felt – over last night’s game, was that we had a pretty entertaining contest between two teams that could possibly be meeting in May for the right to see who plays in the Stanley Cup Final.
You have overtime losses that kinda feel like wins because your team didn’t play all that well.. I don’t know if we can put tonight’s game in that category because Vegas played well and the Jets had their issues, but thanks to a questionable goal in the second period it does feel like the Jets…
On Tuesday it was the East (and NHL) leading Tampa Bay Lightning that paid a visit to Winnipeg, now it’s the West leading Vegas Golden Knights that have brought their act to Bell MTS Place.
I’m a hockey fan. I watch games all the time. I talk about the sport to the point where I sometimes annoy my co-workers. I live and breathe about this game. I’m also a woman. For a lot of people, that doesn’t matter. The NHL seems to think so, as February is Hockey Is For…