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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18 – Mathieu Perreault

This time last year, my first article with Jetsnation.ca was to compare the Winnipeg Jets to the then reigning Stanley Cup champions Pittsburgh Penguins.  In doing so, I  found myself in a conundrum, in trying to figure out which way the Winnipeg Jets should go in regards to Adam Lowry and Mathieu Perreault.   Let it…

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Five Players The Jets Should Think About At The Deadline

It’s time to start looking ahead to June and the NHL Draft. The Jets find themselves in the predictable situation of vying for draft lottery position and are hoping to get a top 10 pi… wait… I’m being told by some sources, that the Jets are in 1st place in the Central division (as of…

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2017-18 Winnipeg Jets expectations

Its about that time again, where all the hockey know-it-alls get together, put their fantasy teams together and make their predictions. I’m not a big fan of doing those, because, well.. I suck at them. I much prefer the easier route of telling you my expectations of the Winnipeg Jets this season.

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Projecting the 2017-2018 Winnipeg Jets Lines

The drafts (both expansion and NHL entry) have come and gone, teams have started their development camps, and we’re just a few days away from Free Agent Frenzy!  With that, I thought I’d go through the projected line up for 2017-2018 Winnipeg Jets as it stands now and perhaps a few free agents the Jets…

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Are the Winnipeg Jets close to contending for the Stanley Cup?

We’re only a couple of days removed from the Pittsburgh Penguins second Stanley cup championship in as many years, and because we’re in June, we’re so close to the 2017 draft and Free Agent Frenzy.  With that being said I thought it would be a great time to compare the Winnipeg Jets to the Pittsburgh…