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Jets Nation Recap: Jets Exorcise The Devils

It won’t mean much in the standings but a win is a win. Right Jets fans? RIGHT? OK, this won’t ease the pain of no playoffs. And yes, there are many issues this organization must deal with in the offseason. And yes, Chris Thorburn dressed and played tonight. Why? I have no idea. But the […]

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JGD 77: Let’s Try This Again

Two weeks ago, the Winnipeg Jets were supposed to face the New Jersey Devils in the Garden State. However, Winter Storm Stella had other ideas. Mother Nature wreaked havoc across the Northeastern U.S, thus the game was postponed. The makeup date is now here and barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Jets will duel with the […]

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Many Jet Fans Undervalue One of the League’s Best Forwards

I said it and I mean it. 100%. Mathieu Perreault is honestly one of the best forwards in the NHL. The analytical darling improves the team by a great deal and is literally on one of the best value, non-entry-level, contracts in the entire league… …but for some reason, a lot of Winnipeg fans do […]

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LOOK: Jets prospect Pavel Kraskovsky scores nifty goal

Pavel Kraskovsky goes top shelf. #LOKvsSKA pic.twitter.com/UHKRSfCHIP — KHL (@khl_eng) March 27, 2017 Pavel Kraskovsky, the Jets sixth round draft pick in 2014, pulled off an impressing deke to put his KHL club up 1-0 against SKA Saint Petersburg in game 3 of the conference finals. Kraskovsky has recorded 18 points in 58 regular season games […]

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JN Airmail-March 27th, 2017

On this week’s roundtable, Garret Hohl, Jacob Stoller and Art Middleton form our panel of writers. The guys voice their thoughts on the Jets coaching and uniforms while also shedding light to the NHL’s decision to not go to the Olympics. Without further adieu, lets talk some hockey. Question One: If the Jets were to […]

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Jets Wisely Appear to Be Shutting Dustin Byfuglien Down

After scratching him for two consecutive games with an undisclosed lower-body injury, the Jets appear to be shutting defenseman Dustin Byfuglien down. With a less than 1% chance of making the playoffs, this move should come as a no-brainer, no matter the severity of his injury. The Jets put a lot of eggs in their Buff […]

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Jets Nation Recap: Jets Down Canucks, 2-1

It wasn’t the highest-scoring affair Sunday, but the Winnipeg Jets busted out of a two-game slide, defeating their non-playoff-bound foes, the Vancouver Canucks, 2-1. Though there were some low points in this game (mainly the beginning), it was an overall pretty decent game for the Jets. Let’s take a look at the positives, and go […]

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Tucker Poolman to delay decision with Jets due to Shoulder Injury

As per Mike Sawatsky of the Winnipeg Free Press, Tucker Poolman will delay his decision on his future due to his current shoulder injury. For Poolman, there’s no rush to make any decision and with a serious upper body injury, it’s probably safe not to rush things. While Poolman may have only finished his junior […]

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Jake Kulevich and the importance of depth signings

On March 16th, the Manitoba Moose dipped into the college free agency pool and signed Colgate senior defenceman Jake Kulevich to an amateaur tryout agreement. Kulevich, 24, played four seasons with Colgate University and throughout his college career, evolved into one of the best defenceman in all of ECAC hockey. Two days after signing with […]

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Jets finish second in Josh Healey sweepstakes

When Josh Healey was asked how he ended up signing with the Calgary Flames, he added an interesting tidbit reagarding the final steps of his decision. Josh Healey: "It came down to Winnipeg & Calgary, and I fell in love with the idea of playing in Calgary." #Flames — Sportsnet 960 (@Sportsnet960) March 26, 2017 […]