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The Jets without Laine

Laine was out of the line up against the Maple Leafs tonight; it was fairly obvious that last piece to the 2nd line was missing. I have no real issue with Perreault on most teams he would be a great second liner. But with the Jets Laine makes so much sense to be on that…

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Jets Promote D Nelson Nogier, F C.J. Suess to Taxi Squad

Preparing for a back-to-back series starting on Monday against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Winnipeg Jets have added some additional depth to their taxi squad. Prior to Sunday’s morning skate, the Jets announced they’ve recalled defenseman Nelson Nogier and forward C.J. Suess from the Manitoba Moose of the AHL. The #NHLJets have recalled D –…

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Three Takeaways From Jets 4-3 OT Win on Opening Night

Following a brief 10-day period for training camp, the Winnipeg Jets finally took the ice for their first game of the 2020-21 campaign on Thursday against the Calgary Flames and there’s no question they’re happy with the end result, as they came away with a 4-3 victory. While things didn’t start well for the Jets,…

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Friday Folklore – The Jets Defeat the Soviet Union

During the 1970s, the Soviet Union national team was arguably one of the best teams ever assembled. Not only did they have an abundance of talent, but the Iron Curtain ensured team chemistry by keeping all their players in the motherland. The Soviets boasted gold medals in both the 1972 and 1976 Olympics, and dominated…

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Jets Claim G Anton Forsberg off Waivers

After capturing their first win of the 2020-21 campaign on Thursday night, the Winnipeg Jets didn’t waste any time adding some additional depth to their goaltending position. On Friday, the Jets reportedly claimed goaltender Anton Forsberg off waivers from the Carolina Hurricanes – who placed him on waivers on Thursday. WIN claims Forsberg — Elliotte…

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Jets Activate D Logan Stanley, F Mathieu Perreault From Taxi Squad; Rule D Dylan DeMelo Out for Season Opener

After months of anticipation, the puck will finally drop on the Winnipeg Jets’ 2020-21 campaign on Thursday night, but the club has announced there’ll be a few lineup changes before things start rolling at Bell MTS Place. Following the Jets’ morning skate, coach Paul Maurice revealed defenseman Logan Stanley and forward Mathieu Perreault will be…

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Three Storylines Heading into Jets Regular Season Opener

It’s finally here, the Winnipeg Jets are finally back in action on Thursday and will look to open the regular season on a good note, as they’ll be attempting to exact some revenge on the Calgary Flames – who eliminated them from last season’s playoffs. Sorry for the harsh reminder. Here are three storylines that…

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Flames vs Jets 01/14/21 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post It is understandable why the Winnipeg Jets are a home underdog in a season-opening playoff rematch where there is a history of low-scoring games. The Jets are listed as +105 home underdogs while the Calgary Flames are a -125 away favourite with a 5.5-goal total on the NHL odds…

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#TBT: Top Winnipeg Jets All-Time – The 80s – Paul Maclean

Asking Winnipeg Jets fans who’s their favourite player of All-Time is like asking a parent who their favourite child is. Combine that with the fact that top-10 lists are extremely subjective and to avoid this awkward conundrum, I present the Top Winnipeg Jets of every generation. The 80s – The 80s gave the world MTV,…

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Jets Sign F Trevor Lewis

On the eve of the regular-season opener, the Winnipeg Jets have now made forward Trevor Lewis an official member of their roster for the 2020-21 campaign. On Wednesday, the organization announced they’ve signed Lewis – who played on a professional tryout during training camp – to a one-year, $750K deal for this season. #NHLJets have…

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