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JGD 2.0: We’re now entering shark-infested territory

Alert! There are Sharks ahead in San Jose located at the SAP Center, although not to worry, they haven’t taken a bite out of the competition over the last few seasons – ok, that’s enough of the shark puns. After falling 4-1 in the 2021-22 season opener, the Winnipeg Jets have travelled to Northern California…

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Outlining the Jets’ chances of capturing Lord Stanley this season

TSN and Sportsnet have been hyping up the Winnipeg Jets over the last week or so. I have no complaints about that, in fact, they should cover this team more than in previous seasons. But on Wednesday, hockey analyst Mike Johnson was asked if he thinks the Jets can win this season’s Stanley Cup, to…

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Perfetti’s strong debut, Woes on the PP, Ineffective net-front support: Three takaways from Jets’ season-opener defeat

The regular season is officially underway, but for the Winnipeg Jets, who opened the 2021-22 campaign on the road against the Anaheim Ducks, things definitely didn’t go according to plan on opening night. Despite coming out strong in the opening frame, outshooting their opponent 15-6 through the first 20 minutes, the Jets didn’t have anything…

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Predicting how the Central Division will round out in 2021-22

With the regular season underway, at least for the Winnipeg Jets, I figured why not judge them along with predicting how the Central Division could shake out this season. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jets were separated from their usual division rivals last season as they spent the entire 2020-21 campaign in the one-hit-wonder…

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JetsNation casts four bold predictions ahead of 2021-22 season

Following one of the most chaotic off-seasons in recent years, the 2021-22 regular season has finally arrived – rejoice hockey fans – and here at JetsNation, we couldn’t be more excited to kick off what’s expected to be a critical year for the Winnipeg Jets. But before the 82-game schedule begins, our staff came together,…

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JGD 1.0: Three storylines heading into 2021-22 season opener

The time has finally come, after finishing last season on a sour note, hockey is back for the Winnipeg Jets and there’s no hiding the fact they have very high hopes in 2021-22. While the Jets may not receive much attention from the national media, anyone who covers them regularly knows just how crucial this…

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Jets place C.J. Suess on waivers

On the eve of the regular-season opener, the Winnipeg Jets have placed forward @C.J. Suess on waivers, as per the league’s transactions page. MacEwen (VAN) & Suess (WIN) are on regular waivers. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) October 12, 2021 Suess, 27, had been sidelined with an undisclosed injury through most of Winnipeg’s training camp and…

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Jets place Toninato, Nogier on waivers; Assign Gustafsson to Moose

Looking to prepare for the upcoming 2021-22 season, which is scheduled to open on Oct. 12, the Winnipeg Jets made a trio of moves Sunday in an attempt to reduce their roster size down to 23 skaters. First, the team announced that prospect David Gustafsson, who was absent from Sunday’s practice, understandably, was assigned to…

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Three Jets skaters who’re facing the most pressure heading into 2021-22

As we inch closer and closer to the start of the regular season, the pressure is starting to ramp up surrounding the Winnipeg Jets. With the pre-season all wrapped up, thankfully, meaningful games are just around the corner, with the season opener against the Anaheim Ducks set for Oct. 13.  So let’s look at the…