The Moose headed south to the Lone Star State for 4 games this past week. After playing 17 straight games inside the Central Division, the Moose were looking to open some space ahead of the 2nd place Chicago Wolves.
A light Wednesday night didn’t stop a handful of teams from realizing their 2017-18 season fate.
The playoffs are in sight. With the injury problems the Jets have had this season should they think about resting some guys in the final few games? What do the underlying numbers say about the Winnipeg Jets’ forwards? The guys also look at who they would like to see matched up with the Jets in…
It’s pretty much a lock that the Winnipeg Jets are going to make the playoffs and almost a certainty that they’ll do so as the second place team in the Central division meaning they will have home ice advantage in the first round against which ever team is third in the division.
The Blackhawks are OUT. It was all but a formality until last night when it became formal, and yes this little victory lap over their grave is a bit petty… But who cares? The Hawks are done! Ok, with that out of the way, lets focus on real hockey teams.
The Jets pick up their third win in a row with a 2-1 OT win over Los Angeles. Thank you Kyle Connor for the goals! But again it seems to have come at a cost as Patrik Laine left in the second period after taking a shot off his left leg.
In maybe the most depressing news we’ll see as Jets fans this entire season or maybe even possibly decade, Patrik Laine revealed he’s a Playstation gamer and does not wish to share his time with friends and teammates who spend their gaming on the magnificent XBox One system.
Jets fans were rooting a bit for the Kings last night as they took on the Wild, but they’ll be less than gracious with their feelings towards them tonight as they stand in the way of a Jets team looking to extend their winning streak to three.
The Jets finally got a tiny bit of help on Monday night as the Minnesota Wild were limited to a single point in the standings thanks to an overtime loss against the Los Angeles Kings.
AirMail time! You have questions, Rob, Kyle and myself have answers. This week we talk about Matt Hendrick’s future, Dmitry Kulikov’s present, help pick out a jersey for the game against Ottawa and look at what the Jets should do for the last few games of the regular season.
We finally have shrinkage! In the magic numbers for Winnipeg that is. Sunday’s Jets win coupled with the Dallas Stars loss helped the Jets take another big step towards an official playoff spot.
The Winnipeg Jets once again beat the Dallas Stars – this time by a 4-2 score and have swept the season series from Dallas with four straight regulation wins. Over the last two seasons the Jets have now gone 8-1-0 over friends from Texas and a lot of it has to do with the fact…