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Trade-A-Palooza 2019: You Suggested Trades And We Grade ‘Em

Last week, we asked you all on Twitter to share your trade ideas. We wanted your best, your worst and your craziest and you all didn’t disappoint… At least not in the amount of trades that were submitted to us. In terms of quality though? Well perhaps we discovered why most of you are on…

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It’s Time To Give Some Love To Bryan Little

With the NHL Trade deadline a little over a month away, I am seeing an increasing number of people calling for the Jets and Cheveldayoff to make another move for a second line center to hopefully get Laine going once again. For the entirety of the season, Laine has been on a line with Little…

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It’s Time to Cool it with the Laine Slander

Over the course of the past month, Patrik Laine has become Winnipeg’s whipping boy. Attend any local bar, forum, or hockey game and you’re certain to hear that he needs to start moving his feet, that he’s a one dimensional player, and that he needs to play defence and get stronger on the puck. Certainly,…

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WWYDW: Do We Really Need To Talk About Patrik Laine?

Patrik Laine has been in a massive slump and there have been calls to either demote him to the 3rd or 4th line or even more, sit him in the press box for a game or two. This massive goal scoring slump consists of him having not scored a goal in his last… *checks notes*…

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The 2018-19 Mid-Season Report Card: Defensemen & Goalies

The Winnipeg Jets have played exactly 41 games this season so right now is a perfect time to hand out some report cards and grade the Jets through the first half of the season. Today we’ll look over the defense and goaltenders, tomorrow we’ll cover the forwards.

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How To Cope Without Dustin Byfuglien

The Jets were dealt a hefty blow in their loss against the Wild as Dustin Byfuglien went down with a lower body injury. At the time, it appeared that Byfuglien just rolled his ankle and might be fine in a few days. That clearly wasn’t the case as Maurice gave an update the next day…

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Mark Scheifele – Halfway To Making A Case For The Hart Trophy

Pretty much everyone would agree that Mark Scheifele is a really good hockey player. It can also be agreed upon that Scheifele has blossomed into a bona fide number one center that can do virtually everything on the ice. With this incredibly diverse skill set and the determination to be the best, it is finally…

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WWYDW: What To Do About Defense?

The blue line always seems to be a hot spot for debate when it comes to the Winnipeg Jets. The forward core squared itself away nicely with big additions in Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor, with some nice surprises in Brandon Tanev and more recently Mason Appleton, who’s seamlessly fit into the 4th line with…

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#JNAirMail: Part One… The New Recruits Chime In

You might have noticed the last few days that we’ve had a string of new writers debuting work here on JetsNation. Safe to say our call for fresh faces to join us (a call that still stands and if you’re interested please give us a shout) has been heard and answered.