The Jets open up their next two home games against the Predators tied 1-1. While, things did not go the way they hoped in game 2, the Jets are still scoring and will look to use their home ice to take a 2-1 lead over the Predators.
After having heard Josh Morrissey’s explanation in a mid-Wednesday hearing over his very questionable cross-check to the neck/head area of Eric Staal, Morrissey was suspended one gameby the NHL Department of Player Safety and will thus miss game five of their series against the Minnesota Wild.
Two nights ago, the Jets were handed their first lost of the post-season. While, it seems like there are questions around the Jets being able to win this series against the Wild. The Jets’ faithful know the Jets will rise to the occasion and respond to what happened in game three.
Tonight is the final game of the regular season for the Winnipeg Jets as they face the Chicago Blackhawks one last time. We as fans should start feeling excited because it’s playoffs time! Almost. Lets take a look at tonight’s preview.
The Winnipeg Jets played a sloppy game against the Ottawa Senators, but were able to prevail and win 6-5. The Jets are back at it tomorrow night against the Canadiens, but first check out some highlights from tonight!
Today marks what could be a potential matchup in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Jets face the Maple Leafs for the second and last time this season. Last time they played the Leafs won 7-2. The next few games for the Jets are important because their magic number for clinching home ice advantage in the…
To be honest, this should have been a boring game. The Jets should have easily beaten the Blackhawks and the entire team should have scored multiple points. However, this did not happen and the game was boring, until the 3rd, because of how poorly the Jets played against the ‘hawks. What happened next was probably…
Your Winnipeg Jets take the ice against the Edmonton Oilers for the first time since the holiday break. If you see anyone skating extra slow on the ice tonight, they probably had too much turkey. Lets take a look at how the Jets stack up against the Oilers.
Welcome to the holiday season Jets fans! Your Winnipeg Jets look to close out their four game road trip with a win against John Tavares and the New Your Islanders. The Jets are entering Christmas with their best record since relocating to Winnipeg.
Today the Jets enter TD Gardens ready to take on the Boston Bruins and leave on a three game win streak. After the Jets’ 6-4 win against the Predators, hopes are continuing to soar for the Jets as they continue to eye the playoffs.
The Jets stay hot with a 5-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks as the Jets continue their impressive streak of games. They are now 5-3-2 in their past 10 games.
The Jets have been winning and it feels like the team has finally turned the page from the past two seasons. Their early success has given the team a record of 11-4-3 and 2nd in the Central Division. People are starting to whisper the playoff word again and they should be excited.