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Jets Game Day: A Good ‘ol Hockey Game

Tonight, your Winnipeg Jets battle the iconic Lightning of Tampa Bay. It’s a rivalry steeped in history, the passion of which often surpasses that of the Leafs/Canadiens battles, and likely even those heated Yankess/Red Sox matchups. And tonight should prove to be an extra thrilling instalment. 

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Lucky, lucky Jets

 How lucky are the Jets? As they scuttle around simultaneously winning and losing games you think they possibly couldn’t, their division rivals are dropping like flies. With every rivals’ torn groin, broken wrist and damaged MCL, the Jets find themselves in increasingly better shape to make some noise in the this shortened season.

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Midwest Division?!

    Spurred by the relocation of the Jets, and a myriad of travel concerns from other teams, the NHL has decided upon their Realignment plans. It’s unofficial at the moment, but as it stands now, the Jets will no longer find themselves as members of the Southeast division, which must be a relief to both…

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Looking Ahead to the 2013/2014 Winnipeg Jets

    Now, I am in no means writing off the Jets of this season. Not in the least. I still fully expect a Cup run – and victory – over the Canucks. I can see Bryan Little and Dustin Byfuglien sharing the Conn Smythe – a first! – in late June, on home ice…

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Jets acquire Eric Tangradi – Cheveldayoff still Boring

    Everything is relative, and with that in mind, pretty big news out of the Jets camp the other day. They acquired Eric Tangradi from the Pittsburgh Penguins. In return for the former 42nd overall pick of the Anaheim Ducks in 2007 draft, the Jets sent the Penguins a 7th round pick in the…

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Jets All Mustache Team and Other Serious Issues

    Jets Win!  Nice to see the Jets beat Ottawa on Saturday. The game was a tad on the boring side, but I’ll take boring hockey for 2 points any day. The bigger problem for me is that I’m in Vancouver, and for whatever reason, CBC decided to give us the Edmonton / Detroit…

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Interview with a Jets Ticket Holder

    I’ve been an avid member of JetsNation since 1979, when both the NHL Jets and I were born. It was a good year all around. I grew up a die-hard Jets fan. For Halloween, I went out in my Hockey gear as whatever Jet I was currently obsessed with. All I wanted for…

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Best Jets of All Time

    Don’t get me wrong – I love the Jets. But something is a little off. You see, when you look at the History of the new Jets, you’ll see the leading scorer in franchise history is Ilya Kovalchuk, with none other than the immortal Vyacheslav Kozlov in second place, some 199 points back….