Someone must have cued up some House Of Pain because a few teams were fixing to Jump Around in the standings on Monday night. (I’m not sorry for this opening line. I refuse to make any apologies for it. Just be glad I didn’t use Kris Kross.)
High flying rookie Kyle Connor was named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week today. Connor had a rather eventful week, putting up 6 points (4 goals, 2 assists) in his last 3 games. Kyle Connor became Kyle Clutch, as two of his 4 goals were overtime winners, helping the Jets take down Los Angeles…
What, you thought that just because the Winnipeg Jets had a big shiny X beside their name in the standings that we’d be done looking at the playoff race? Not a chance! There is playoff positioning to be had and figured out yet!
The Jets are in! But you knew that already, so we’ll talk about this game in particular, a 5-4 shootout win over the Nashville Predators that closes out a fun, maddening regular season series that could easily be a second round playoff series that is even more fun and maddening.
Get ready… a Whiteout is headed to Winnipeg! The Jets have officially clinched a spot in the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs that will start April 11.
A week or two ago, this game was already seemingly a big game between two teams fighting for regular season Central Division supremacy, but the added stakes of a possible “win and they’re in” playoff scenario makes tonight’s game even bigger for the Winnipeg Jets.
Thanks to a combination of the St. Louis Blues putting a stop to the ten game win streak of the Columbus Blue Jackets as well as the Edmonton Oilers hanging on for a win over the Los Angeles Kings, the Jets Magic Number is now a single Jets win that they could get as early…
To hear a few different Jets explain it, things were a bit “intense” at Saturday morning practice as Blake Wheeler and Ben Chiarot exchanged a few fists after a special teams drill got a little to heated.
Winnipeg’s overtime win against the Ducks on Friday night means that Jets fans could be putting X’s beside their Twitter user names and start planning playoff watch parties as early as Sunday night.
For the first time in franchise history… For the first time in Winnipeg NHL history… The Jets have 100 points. They had to drag it out of John Gibson and the Ducks in an overtime effort, but ya boi Kyle Connor for the second game in a row scored the OT winner to make it…
The Jets are looking to make it four wins in a row tonight… Will they try to do so with or without Patrik Laine? An entire city’s focus right now on the injured leg of the young Finnish superstar.
Sure it wasn’t a perfect night as the Jets didn’t gain anything in the standings, nor did their magic numbers change, but a Nashville loss in regulation as well as a Vegas OT loss does help when it comes to the Jets trying a couple of the teams that remain ahead of them.