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Evaluating Contract Values – Mathieu Perreault

This is the second of an 8-part series evaluating how several of the Jets have performed against their recently signed contracts. In each article, I’ll look at the season or seasons that preceded the signing of their contract, who their comparables were at the time, and how they have performed since the new contract began….

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Evaluating Contract Values – Mark Scheifele

This is the first of an 8-part series evaluating how several of the Jets have performed against their recently signed contracts. In each article, I’ll look at the season or seasons that preceded the signing of their contract, who their comparables were at the time, and how they have performed since the new contract began….

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Thoughts On TSN’s All-Time Jets Team

As far as ‘we have nothing else to talk about right now’ content goes, I’ve enjoyed TSN’s All-Time 7 Project which is their attempt to put together the all-time best teams for each of the current seven NHL clubs, (sorry Quebec City) but with some interesting twists beyond the idea of just naming every top…

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Ranking The Worst Jets Draft “Misses” (Part 2)

A few days ago I started pondering what could be considered the Winnipeg Jets biggest “draft misses”. The picks where the Jets could have taken a player who has gone on to have relative success in the NHL, but instead drafted a player that for whatever reason never broke into the league or even signed…

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Ranking The Worst Jets Draft “Misses” (Part 1 Of 2)

Pretty much every professional draft in sports lends itself quite easily to second guessing almost immediately after picks are announced. Such as the case for yours truly on Thursday night when my beloved Seattle Seahawks picked linebacker Jordyn Brooks with the 27th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Maybe Brooks will turn out to…

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What Is More Important To You, A Playoff Spot Or A Lottery Pick?

With the NHL having hit the pause button on the 2019-20 season, the Winnipeg Jets at this moment are currently in a playoff position, holding the first wild card spot in the Western Conference. They are also just two points behind the Dallas Stars for third in the Central Division. The catch to all of…

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True North Fails Miserably To Look After Their Own

(Editor’s note: It took four days from the time it was announced that the season was suspended, and they seemingly doubled down on their commitment a second time, and the Jets were the second last team in Canada to do so, but TNSE did announce that they will support casual and part time employees late…

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Hello DeMelo!

It’s not Trade Deadline Day quite yet, but the NHL has seen a trio of trades (so far, day isn’t over yet) and the Winnipeg Jets were in the thick of it, picking up 26 year old defenseman Dylan DeMelo from the Ottawa Senators for a third round pick.