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Josh Morrissey Suspended One Game

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.

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Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Plenty of Good in the Shutout Victory

The Winnipeg Jets won a pivotal game 4 in Minnesota that had plenty of action at both ends of the ice. The game started cautiously by the Winnipeg Jets as they were determined to play a clean 1st period after the disastrous game Sunday evening. Scheifele scored the opening goal to end the first period,…

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JNGD.R1G4 Recap: HELLE-YEAH!!

Connor Hellebuyck comes up big, Mark Scheifele scores twice and the Jets are now one win away from their first ever playoff series win in franchise history with a 2-0 win in game four over Minnesota on Tuesday night.

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Connor Hellebuyck named Vezina Trophy finalist

After playing a huge role in helping the Jets to a 52-win season, Connor Hellebuyck has been named a finalist for the Vezina Trophy. Hellebuyck joins Tampa Bay’s Andrei Vasilevskiy and Nashville’s Pekka Rinne as the three finalists for the league’s top goaltender.

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Jets Nation Podcast: Let’s Get Physical

It’s been playoff hockey at its finest! The Winnipeg Jets brought the intensity for the first couple of games, but can they keep it going the rest of the series after a hiccup in game 3? The guys look at the questionable hits and some of the other things going on around the league. Remember…

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JNGD.R1G4 Flight Plan: Hot and Ready for Game Four

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.

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Three Questions From Game Three We May Never Know Answers To

Last night’s game three answered a few questions that we had. Would the Wild come out strong at home and announce their presence in the series? (They did) Would the Jets third line continue their strong almost dominating play? (They didn’t) Would we still be annoyed by Sportsnet’s Garry Galley? (Many of you were) But…

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The Myers Injury

Last night’s game was not ideal. In every sense of the word. But the reality with the playoffs that we have to keep in mind is 6-2 losses are the same as a 1-0 loss. While the loss can be wiped out by simply winning on Tuesday night, the injury to Tyler Myers is an…

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Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: There Was Some Good In Game Three

After the Winnipeg Jets took care of business at home in the first two games, the Wild stormed back with a big victory in game 3. This game had a different feel than the first two as the reffing was tight from the beginning and both teams were looking for more scoring chances. Although it…

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JNGD.R1G3 Recap: Back To Reality

The Jets were not going to go 16-0 in these playoffs and, the Wild are still a pretty good team, especially at home. Both of these facts were confirmed tonight as Minnesota comes roaring back with a 6-2 win in game three.