Nothing beats some meaningful hockey in the World Juniors, and the Semifinals provide us with just that. Just one Jets prospect remains in the tournament, and he was in action today. Don’t know him? Read our Jets At The Juniors Preview! Three games were on tap today, so let’s get down to business, shall we?
It’s no surprise that Jets prospect Brendan Lemieux plays the game on edge. Growing up watching his father Claude, a hall-of-fame forward that was known just as equally for his goal-scoring than his tenacity, has undoubtedly shaped his playing style.
Home cooking did wonders for the Winnipeg Jets as they came out strong from the Christmas break.
USA Hockey named their roster for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and while there aren’t any actual NHLers making the team (thanks so much for that Gary) there are more than a handful of former NHLers and quite recognizable names that made the list.
It’s kind of cliche to say “the Jets deserved better” but they kind of did with the effort they had against the Colorado Avalanche. As it was, they had to scratch and claw to at least get a single point with a pair of goals in the third period to tie, but ultimately lose to…
As we reach a week of World Junior action, we also begin our medal round. All Jets prospects and their teams were in action today. Still aren’t sure who they are? Read our Jets At The Juniors Preview! Four Quarterfinals and a Relegation match took place today, and they were all packed with action.
The Colorado Avalanche have been good recently, but the Jets have been really good. Both teams will meet up for the second time this season as Winnipeg will try to match their season high winning streak of four games. Also… #BuffBack!
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Now that is a heck of a way to close out the year! The Winnipeg Jets completed a three game season sweep of Edmonton and won their third game in a row and rolled into the new year on top of the Central division with a 5-0 win over the Oilers.