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Ehlers, Connor, Hellebuyck: Three skaters to watch as Jets begin final four-game homestand of 2021-22 (6:00 p.m. CT, TSN 3)

As we enter the final week of the 2021-22 season, the Winnipeg Jets are set to begin their final homestand of the campaign, beginning a four-game slate versus the Colorado Avalanche. That’s right, for a team that’s currently riding a four-game losing streak, they’ll be tasked with ending this slide against the Central Division-leading Avalanche….

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Scheifele, Perfetti expected to miss the remainder of 2021-22 season; Sanford won’t play Sunday

Amid a four-game losing streak, the Winnipeg Jets have returned home and provided injury updates regarding forwards Mark Scheifele and Cole Perfetti on Saturday. Following the club’s afternoon practice, interim coach Dave Lowry revealed that both Scheifele and Perfetti are expected to miss the final four games of the regular season, which will conclude on…

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Outlining three surprising developments from this season

As the sun comes to set on the 2021-22 season, there’s been plenty of highs and lows for the Winnipeg Jets, of course, more negatives than most could’ve predicted. Still, it’s worth revisiting some of the positives during what’s been an extremely disappointing outcome. Goaltender Eric Comrie has been a welcome surprise to watch this…

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Jets vs Hurricanes 04/21/22 – Pre-game notes and betting odds

The Winnipeg Jets are coming off a third straight loss, this time to goaltender Igor Shesterkin and the New York Rangers. Besides that shutout loss and Logan Stanley’s defensive blunders, I enjoyed that game. Yes, that probably sounds crazy. Winnipeg’s brightest performer was goaltender Eric Comrie two nights ago. He looked confident while stopping 31…

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Jets need to replace Logan Stanley on their third pairing

After Tuesday’s 3-0 shutout loss to the New York Rangers, it’s evident throughout the Winnipeg Jets fan base that they need to replace defenceman Logan Stanley on their third defensive pairing as soon as possible. That pairing has seen its fair share of mishaps this year, and it was made clear a night ago that…

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Shesterkin’s dominance, Stanley’s miserable outing, Playing catch-up hockey: Three takeaways from Jets’ 3-0 defeat versus Rangers

Another day, another loss against a quality opponent for the Winnipeg Jets. Amid a two-game losing streak, the club headed off to the big city to face the New York Rangers, who were well equipped to handle anything that was thrown in their direction Tuesday night. Following a low-event first period, the Rangers opened the…

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Revisiting the Andrew Copp trade one month in

Tuesday marked forward Andrew Copp’s first meeting against the Winnipeg Jets since being traded to the New York Rangers back in March. Let’s review where things stand for both sides. At the 2022 Trade Deadline, we saw several moves involving big price tags; the Chicago Blackhawks stole a pair of first-round picks in exchange for…

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JGD 77.0: Slumping our way into New York (6:00 p.m. CT, TSN 3)

Thank goodness the Winnipeg Jets are finished with teams from Florida, right? Interestingly, this six-game road trip began with back-to-back victories over the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens, although things have certainly fallen off since then. In the two games versus the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning, it quickly became a scoring feast against…

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