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JNGD.S8.G70 Instant Recap: First Line Shines As Jets Beat Bruins

The Winnipeg Jets beat the Boston Bruins by 4-3 margin as Scheifele, Wheeler, and Laine all had multiple points. These three connected on the first two goals as the Jets took an early lead. The Bruins fought back and tied the game before the Jets scored two more in the third to regain their lead….

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Jets Nation Podcast: The Blame Game

The Winnipeg Jets lost a heart-breaker to San Jose on Tuesday night 5-4. It was a comedy of errors on the final goal, but who is ultimately to blame? In the previous episode defense was the focus, this time the guys up front are put under the microscope. A lot of expectations were placed on…

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JNGD.S8.G69 Flight Plan: Kane Not Around as Sharks Visit Winnipeg

The Jets are back home after their four game road trip to the east coast. Even though they get a three game homestand, it comes against some of the toughest competition in the league. The Jets are taking on the Sharks tonight followed by the Bruins on Thursday and the Flames on Saturday. Evander Kane…

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JNGD.S8.G67 Flight Plan: Jets Head Into Carolina to Play ‘A Bunch of Jerks’

The Hurricanes are having a special season, although not for the usual ways when it comes to playing hockey. Carolina has become known for their post game antics where they celebrate winning the game. They’ve played duck duck goose, done the limbo, and even brought in Evander Holyfield to knock-out a challenger. All of this…

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Niku Needs To Stay in the Lineup

It wasn’t that long ago when Sami Niku was an afterthought for the Jets. After getting sent back down to the Moose out of training camp, the Jets were ready to roll plenty of others ahead of him on the depth chart. When injuries arose in November, Niku was called up and then proceeded to…

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Jets Nation Podcast: Defensive Difficulties

The push is on for the playoffs and with games tightening up the Winnipeg Jets are fighting for top spot in the Central Division. Their overall play appears to have improved but they’ve run into elite competition. The Jets are missing some of their top defenders which has made things difficult. It’s going to create…

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JNGD.S8.G66 Instant Recap: Lightning Get Revenge on the Jets

It was the tale of two games as the first meeting between these two clubs was a back and forth affair where the Jets won in overtime while this game was the exact opposite. The Lightning thoroughly dominated the Jets as they out-shot, out-chanced, and out-played Winnipeg in this one. Although the game was tied…

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JNGD.S8.G65 Instant Recap: Career Night For Wheeler

The Winnipeg Jets downed the Columbus Blue Jackets by a score of 5-2 behind a masterful performance by Blake Wheeler. The Jets were led by their captain who did his best Laine impression by scoring four goals in the game. It was a career night for Wheeler who has had two previous hat-tricks, but never…

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JNGD.S8.G64 Instant Recap: Jets Move Back Atop the Central

It was a hard fought battle between these Central Division rivals as the Jets reclaimed top spot in the division with a victory over the Predators. Both teams came out with tons of energy and it was a great game watch from start to finish. The Predators built up a two goal lead before the…

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Jets Nation Podcast: Deadline Dealings

The Winnipeg Jets were surprisingly the busiest team at the NHL trade deadline. We have never seen this many moves at a trade deadline from Kevin Cheveldayoff. Just because moves were made doesn’t mean they were all great. The guys break down the moves from a Winnipeg perspective and some of the major deals around…

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What the Heck Happened With Mark Stone?

It was the perfect match. Stone, born and raised in Winnipeg, was virtually guaranteed to be dealt by the Senators before the deadline. The Jets were looking for a high-end forward and had the assets to acquire someone of Stone’s stature. To top it all off, Pierre Dorion and scouts pitched a tent built an…

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JNGD.S8.G63 Flight Plan: Hayes Gets His First Look As Jets Face Wild

The first game after the trade deadline is always interesting, especially when making as many moves as the Jets and Wild did. They made moves in different ways as the Wild sold off two of their best forwards in Coyle and Granlund while Winnipeg most notably brought in Kevin Hayes without losing a current roster…