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The Next Five Games This Next Week For The Winnipeg Jets

Hopefully the Winnipeg Jets ave enjoyed their week-ish long player break – which comes to an end later this afternoon as they will practice at Bell MTS Place at 2 PM. There is a sound argument to be made that no team in the NHL needed a seven day break away from any hockey rinks…

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2 Guys and a Goalie pres. by Odds Shark Ep. 34-”Gut Bomb”

Welcome to “2 Guys and a Goalie,” starring Dustin Nielson, Joaquin Gage, and Matt Kassian and presented by Odds Shark, Popeye’s Louisiana Chicken, and Sport Clips Haircuts. The show focuses on stories, notes, transactions, and everything else happening all around the NHL and the world of hockey. Former NHL player Chris Dingman is in studio…

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Where Do The Winnipeg Jets Go From Here?

Going into the All-Star Game and then Players Association break, the Winnipeg Jets are on a four game losing streak and have lost six of their last seven games. They are currently three points out of a playoff spot in the West and there are three other teams (Chicago, Minnesota and Nashville) who are within…

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Jets at Hurricanes 01/21/20 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post A matchup against an offensively scuffling team might be what the slumping Winnipeg Jets need to recover their betting value – assuming they are ready to play desperate hockey. The Jets are the +160 underdog on the NHL odds while the Carolina Hurricanes are a -180 home favourite with…

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Jets Celebrate Indigenous Culture With Performance Of O Canada In Ojibwe

As part of WASAC (Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre) Night, before the game between the Winnipeg Jets and Tampa Bay Lightning, the Canadian national anthem was sung in Ojibwe for the very first time at a professional sporting event. The anthem was performed by the Strong Warrior Girls Anishinaabe Singers from Riverbend Community School in…

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Mathieu Perreault Blasts NHL Department Of Player Safety

Late in the first period of Tuesday’s Winnipeg Jets contest against the Vancouver Canucks, Jets forward Mathieu Perreault was hit in the face by a deliberate Jake Virtanen elbow that went uncalled and left Perreault fuming as he made his way back to the bench. And he has a very legit reason to be angry….