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Old Man Paul Stastny

When the Winnipeg Jets traded for Paul Stastny in October, I was a little bit worried because he’s a 35-year-old who’s making $6.5 million. I thought he was going to carry on down the path of scoring less and getting less ice time. Stastny is looking like an absolute beauty on the second line. If…

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Let’s Make a Jets Deal

The trade deadline is next Monday and the Winnipeg Jets are only a piece or two from getting out of the North Division and going on to the third round. The Jets will most likely have to go through the Edmonton Oilers and the Toronto Maple Leafs to get that far. If the Jets stay…

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What I’m Missing at Hockey Games?

It’s been a while since we’ve been at Bell MTS Place and I miss sitting down with the other 16,344 Jets fans. I’ve been to five other NHL stadiums and there’s nothing better than rolling into downtown Winnipeg, fighting to find parking and walking over to Bell MTS Place. Then finally getting through the gate,…

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What I Like About Big Man Logan Stanley

Saturday night with 13:41 left in the second period, Logan Stanley scored his first-ever NHL goal against the Calgary Flames. Congratulations to the big man for getting his first goal and honestly, what I would say would be a successful first season in the NHL. The guy isn’t going to win the Calder Trophy, but…

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NHL Officials Must Improve Following Latest Scandal

Last Tuesday, Tim Peel said the phrase, “I wanted to get a f—–g penalty against Nashville.” I’m sure almost everyone who’s been a referee has said something similar – you just want a make-up call to make things right in the game. It makes sense, referees are human just like you and me, they don’t…

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What to Expect From Four-Goal Andrew Copp

In the last nine games, Andrew Copp has 10 points. Four of those points came from the last game against the Vancouver Canucks where Copp scored his first career hat-trick, which is awesome for him because he’s been playing in the NHL since the 2015-16 season and he did it as a strong third liner….

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The Best Backup in The North

Laurent Brossoit is the best backup in the North Division. It’s not an opinion it’s a fact. If you look at the traditional stats Brossoit is the most solid backup in net this season. Whenever he’s playing and giving Connor Hellebuyck a night of rest, I’m personally not worried that he’s going to blow the…

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Neal “The Steal” Pionk

When it comes to defensemen on the Jets, most people think of Josh Morrissey as being the No. 1 on the Jets; which is fair to say but there’s someone who has really piqued my interest this season. It’s Neal Pionk, he’s been flying under the radar since he got going last season, and watching…

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Ease Up on Helle

Connor Hellebuyck has started seven games this season and some of us have hit the panic button on him. Some saying he’s letting in soft goals and some would say he has lost games for the Jets. Which is so laughable to hear.  I’ve been watching Hellebuyck this season and I will agree, he has…

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Life With PLD

I’ve had some time to process the Laine trade. I knew it was coming and I’m still a little upset about it because I still believe that Laine is this generation’s best goal scorer; he won’t be as great as Ovechkin he will be this generation’s best scorer, and you can take that to the…

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What Will Make the Defense Better

I was going to write about the defense but we can worry about that another time. Let’s stay positive and talk about how great it was to see a comeback, and the fact the Jets’ offense can score and win a game when it looks like they are down and out. Once the Jets were…

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The Jets without Laine

Laine was out of the line up against the Maple Leafs tonight; it was fairly obvious that last piece to the 2nd line was missing. I have no real issue with Perreault on most teams he would be a great second liner. But with the Jets Laine makes so much sense to be on that…