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The Jets Day After: Talking Our Way Through This

Once again I turned to you – the JetsNation – on our Twitter feed and asked for your thoughts after last night’s 5-2 Jets loss to the Winnipeg Jets and unlike our hockey club, you guys didn’t disappoint. I feel like this is good therapy for all of us. We all know what the issues…

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JN Flight Plan #48: Winnipeg Jets vs Chicago Blackhawks

The start of a three game road trip this week has the Winnipeg Jets in Chicago to take on the Blackhawks in what could be a big night. Patrick Kane is a point away from 1000 for his NHL career and a Chicago win in regulation pulls them even with the Jets in the standings…

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The Jets Day After: Free Fallin’

I wanted to take a little extra time in writing some “day after” thoughts on this game because directly after the game I was ready for the Jets to sell almost everyone for draft picks, fire Paul Maurice and consider asking Atlanta if they would take the team back and let the NHL know that…

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Jets Celebrate Indigenous Culture With Performance Of O Canada In Ojibwe

As part of WASAC (Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre) Night, before the game between the Winnipeg Jets and Tampa Bay Lightning, the Canadian national anthem was sung in Ojibwe for the very first time at a professional sporting event. The anthem was performed by the Strong Warrior Girls Anishinaabe Singers from Riverbend Community School in…

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Mathieu Perreault Blasts NHL Department Of Player Safety

Late in the first period of Tuesday’s Winnipeg Jets contest against the Vancouver Canucks, Jets forward Mathieu Perreault was hit in the face by a deliberate Jake Virtanen elbow that went uncalled and left Perreault fuming as he made his way back to the bench. And he has a very legit reason to be angry….

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Three Ways The NHL Can Improve The Offside Review

Tuesday night it happened again. The Winnipeg Jets scored their second goal of the first period against the Vancouver Canucks thanks to a booming Anthony Bitetto slapshot that just trickled its way through Jacob Markstrom’s pads, only to have the goal removed because seventeen seconds earlier, the Jets were perceived to be offside as they…

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The Jets Day After: Home Sweet Home

Man, did the Winnipeg Jets ever need that. Not just the two points in the standings of course which keeps them in the playoff face both within the Central Division but also in the larger Western Conference Wild Card scene where teams in the Pacific are proving to be just as worrisome as Dallas, Nashville…

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JN Flight Plan: Vancouver Canucks at Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets need a win at home and need it almost in the worst way. The team last won on Bell MTS Place ice back on December 15 and since then haven’t won in any of the last six games. A win will also keep the Jets solidly in the playoff race both in…

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The Jets Day After: Maybe We’re Just Sleepwalking

That wasn’t the worst Winnipeg Jets game we’ve seen all season. I don’t even know if it cracks the top five worst games of the season list. (As a fan service, I won’t list what those five games are because I don’t even want to think about it that much or even come up with…