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Moose Moment – Racking Up Wins As They Return Home

The Moose returned home this week after finishing a 6 game California road trip. It was a very successful trip for the Moose as they posted a 4-2-0 record touring though Bakersfield, Stockton and San Jose. Here is your look at the past week’s worth of Moose action…

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Jets fall to Canucks 4-2

The Winnipeg Jets young stars got off to a slow start on Friday night, losing their tournament opener 4-2 to the Vancouver Canucks.  The Jets fell behind 3-1 within the first 11 minutes, but got better as the game progressed, before giving up an empty netter with 14 seconds left to ice the game. Game…

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Young Stars Game 1 Preview: Jets vs Canucks

After 5 long months, the Winnipeg Jets open their 2017 Young Stars tournament tonight against the Vancouver Canucks (9:30 PM CT, watch live on jets.nhl.com).  This tournament has been a starting point in the past for many of the young players on the currently on the Jets roster, such as Mark Scheifele, Jacob Trouba, and…

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Jets select Leon Gawanke 136th overall

With the 136th overall selection in the 2017 NHL Draft, the Jets select Defenseman Leon Gawanke from Cape Breton of the QMJHL. Gawanke, 18, is a native of Berlin, Germany and is a right shot defenseman. The 6’1″, 186lb d-man had 32 points (8 goals, 24 assists) with Cape Breton in 54 games this season,…

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Winnipeg Jets Draft Johnathan Kovacevic 74th Overall

With the 74th overall selection in the 2017 NHL Draft, the Jets select Defenseman Johnathan Kovacevic from Merrimack College in Hockey East. Kovacevic, 19, is a native of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and is a right shot defenseman. The 6’4″, 208lb d-man put up 19 points (3 goals, 16 assists) for Merrimack last season.  He was…

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Winnipeg Jets Draft Dylan Samberg 43rd Overall

With the 43rd overall selection in the 2017 NHL Draft, the Jets select Defenseman Dylan Samberg from Hermantown High School in Minnesota. Samberg, 18, is a native of Saginaw, Minnesota, and is a left shot defenseman. The 6’3″, 190lb defenseman put up 28 points (10 goals, 18 assists) for Hermantown High School in Minnesota. He…

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Because It’s The Cap: Minnesota Wild Offseason Preview

The Minnesota Wild went into the 2016/17 season with an abundance of optimism. New head coach Bruce Boudreau was going to be the coach to take the Wild, a perennial playoff underachiever, to the next level, and in the process, he would shed his reputation as a great regular season coach who struggled come playoff…

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Is It Time To Break The Bank For Trouba?

Coming off a rocky contract negotiation that resulted in a trade request and missing the first 15 games of the regular season, Jacob Trouba rebounded to have the best season of his 4 season NHL career.  With his bridge contract expiring at the end of next season, the conversation now moves to how much money…

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What is Bryan Little’s Market Value?

Bryan Little has been a player that has often been overlooked during his time with the Jets, with many other players like Wheeler, Scheifele, and now Patrik Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers in the spotlight.  However, Little has been one of the most consistent Jets over their six seasons in Winnipeg, and Little now has the…