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The 68 Game Solution

When (or if) we get a return of the NHL 2019-20 season, there is zero doubt it’s going to be done under strange circumstances and adjustments are going to be made by the league to get the season completed in the shortest amount of time possible so as to not cause too much disturbance to…

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Jets Sign Dylan Samberg To Three Year ELC Deal

The Winnipeg Jets have announced the signing of one of their highly regarded prospects, defenseman Dylan Samberg. The deal is a standard three year Entry Level Contract with an annual average value (AAV) of $1,175,000 and begins next season (2020-21). #NHLJets have signed defenceman Dylan Samberg to a three-year, entry-level contract with an average annual…

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The NHLPA Player Poll Results You *Didn’t* See… Until Now.

The NHL Players Association released it’s annual Player Poll on Tuesday, a little bit ahead of schedule, but thanks to the lack of anything interesting going on right now, a much welcome talking point for hockey fans, those in the media and those of us pretending we are media. (Seriously NHL, I couldn’t get an…

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Our Favorite Jets Goals: “Hat-Trick Laine”

It’s not uncommon for the top two picks in an NHL draft to forever be linked to each other, especially when there is debate to be had leading up to the draft on which player should go first overall. In 1995, the Ottawa Senators had to pick between two standout defensemen in Bryan Berard and…

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What Is More Important To You, A Playoff Spot Or A Lottery Pick?

With the NHL having hit the pause button on the 2019-20 season, the Winnipeg Jets at this moment are currently in a playoff position, holding the first wild card spot in the Western Conference. They are also just two points behind the Dallas Stars for third in the Central Division. The catch to all of…

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Our Favorite Jets Goals: John Albert’s Only NHL Goal

John Albert’s NHL career (to date anyway) has only been nine games long. The 175th overall pick of the Atlanta Thrashers in the 2007 NHL Draft, Albert spent the first two years of his pro career with the St. John’s Ice Caps with some small measure of success before breaking out with a fine 2013-14…

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Playoff Hockey In August? The NHL Is Considering It…

During Tuesday’s edition of TSN’s Insider Trading, it was mentioned that the NHL has asked all 31 teams to look into open arena dates for the month of August, which suggests that the league could be looking to try and complete the 2019-20 season around the time a lot of players typically begin on-ice workouts…

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When Are We Getting Hockey Back? The NHL Doesn’t Know Yet

Are you going a little stir crazy without your professional hockey fix? Starting to wonder when you’ll see your heroes on skates return to the ice? Well, the National Hockey League will be glad to let you know when that date will be… Just as soon as they figure it out themselves.

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Could The Jets Have Four Official Jerseys Next Season?

Icethetics is a fantastic site for those of us who love hockey jerseys and want all the latest info on what may be coming down the road. Recently they published “JerseyWatch 2020” which is their annual look at the rumors, concepts and news about potential new sweaters and this year the big item seems to…

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The N*if*HL: Jets Move Into Tie For Third In Central

Hello and welcome to the N*if*HL! Since the real thing has been “paused” we’re running daily (well, almost daily) simulations on EA’s NHL20 video game of the NHL schedule as it would have played out through March and into April and the Stanley Cup playoffs with a particular focus on the Winnipeg Jets (this is…