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Jets at the 2019 Juniors: Day Two Recap

Although the World Junior Championships officially began on Boxing Day, it wasn’t until yesterday that each team had played their first game. In case you missed the highlights from day one, you can check them out here. Day two provided four more games, with only two of the three Jets prospects competing. Weirdly enough, almost…

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Jets at the 2019 Juniors: Day One Recap

The World Junior Hockey Championships are officially underway as eight of the ten teams began their tournament on Boxing Day. Jetsnation is going to be putting out frequent updates during the tournament with the latest news regarding the Jets prospects as well as other tournament news. In case you aren’t sure who the Jets prospects…

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WWYDW: Could Winnipeg Support A Major Junior Team As Well?

Pretty much every major Canadian city that has an NHL club has a secondary hockey team be it a major junior club – such as the case in cities like Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Edmonton and Calgary – or an AHL minor pro club. Winnipeg of course falls into that description along with Toronto as the…

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Watch It Again: Laine Nets Hatty In Vancouver

The sixth hat trick of his career, the second that he’s had this month, two of the three goals coming during five on five situations which was the biggest critique fans and media had of Laine’s overall play thus far this season.

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Three Changes The NHL Should Make

This weekend current NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, is going to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame under the builder’s category. Regardless of what your feelings of him are, it’s hard to deny that he has had a major impact – positive and negative – on the game. Under his watch the game of…

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Five Dates Circled (So Far) On The Winnipeg Jets Calender

We are now four short days away from regular season Jets hockey and this season has had more anticipation behind it than any other season of Winnipeg NHL hockey ever. The possibility is high for a long playoff run if not a claiming of the ultimate prize. The regular season is a marathon, not a…

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Jets Nose Dive in Edmonton: Preseason Game Two

The NHL preseason can provide numerous strange sights. With the amount of games the teams play before anything gets too serious, roster management becomes the name of the game. Most notably, when do you play your big guns, and when do you give your bubble players a chance?

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20 in 20, Line Dancing (Part Four): Vesalainen Makes the Jump

This is now part four of our 20 in 20 series, where we are looking at 20 different line combinations for the Winnipeg Jets over a span of 20 days. So far in the series, the combinations have been fairly plain. The only players being utilized are those that have already played in the NHL….

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The Wheeler Conundrum Part 2: Keep Him

The 2017-18 season showed Jets fans what the Jets roster can do. For the second time since moving back to Winnipeg, the Jets made the playoffs and made a run all the way to the Western Conference finals. There is no reason to think they cannot do the same again. Therefore, the Jets should endeavour…