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Moose Move On!

The Manitoba Moose have defeated the Grand Rapids Griffins in the fifth and deciding game of their AHL playoff series by a score of 4-1 on Monday night to win the series three games to two.

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Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Hellebuyck is Actually Human

The Winnipeg Jets barely fell short in a spirited second game against the Nashville Predators. The game began with a Nashville goal just 27 seconds in which got the crowd involved from the start. After the first goal was scored, things seemed to settle in as both teams took a few penalties and scored multiple…

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The Rundown: Missed Opportunity

No one – at least not in any level of seriousness – said that this series was going to result in a sweep by the Winnipeg Jets. So that they lost game two of their best of seven series to the Nashville Predators really isn’t a major problem or even anything worth losing sleep over….

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JNGD.R2G1 Rundown: Hellebuyck Is Pretty Good

It wasn’t pretty, but they don’t award extra style points in hockey now do they? The Winnipeg Jets defeat the Nashville Predators 4-1 in game one of their Western Conference semi-final series to take a 1-0 lead and steal away home ice.

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JNGD.R2G1 Flight Plan: Let’s Get It On!

A week ago the Jets made some history and finally won a playoff series for the first time in franchise history and gave the city of Winnipeg an NHL playoff series victory for the first time in 31 years. It’s felt like 31 years have passed since that time (h/t Randy Turner) but tonight the…

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5 Questions With J. Corey Francis Of Predlines.com

Jets fans all week while we’ve waited for the second round to start have likely looked up stats, studied scouting reports and watched film on the Nashville Predators as if they were part of the Winnipeg Jets staff themselves. But what better way to find out about an opposing hockey team than ask someone who…

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Jets vs Predators – Who Has The Edge?

Many a hockey fan and pundit have called the upcoming series between the Nashville Predators and the Winnipeg Jets “the most anticipated of the NHL playoffs” and for very good reason. The Preds and Jets finished at the top and in second place in the league overall standings and when you look up and down…