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Three Takeaways From Jets Dominating 5-2 Victory Against Maple Leafs

After defeating the Ottawa Senators 3-2 during the first half of this back-to-back series, the Winnipeg Jets hit the road once again and were scheduled to conclude this series against the Toronto Maple Leafs Thursday, which probably couldn’t have gone any better… or maybe it could have. If you like scoring, then the first period…

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Old Man Paul Stastny

When the Winnipeg Jets traded for Paul Stastny in October, I was a little bit worried because he’s a 35-year-old who’s making $6.5 million. I thought he was going to carry on down the path of scoring less and getting less ice time. Stastny is looking like an absolute beauty on the second line. If…

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Player Spotlight – Jordie Benn

What better way to welcome Jordie Benn to the ‘Peg than with a good ol’ player spotlight. Winnipeg Jets fans know that if the team intends to make any meaningful run at the Stanley Cup, they needed to strengthen the defensive core at the deadline. While Benn may not have been the most sought-after target,…

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Three Takeaways From Jets 4-2 Defeat Against Senators

After defeating the Montreal Canadiens 5-0 over the weekend, the Winnipeg Jets were aiming to extend their current winning streak to four games but first needed to get past the Ottawa Senators, who came into this Monday night showdown riding a four-game losing streak. Exploding in the opening frame, Winnipeg and Ottawa both found the…

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Three Takeaways From Jets 4-2 Victory Against Canadiens

Coming off a well-deserved two-day break, the Winnipeg Jets were tasked with taking on the Montreal Canadiens for the seventh time this season and were also looking to capture the season series against them for the first time since the organization left Atlanta. Striking fast like lightning in the opening period, Winnipeg and Montreal traded…

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Let’s Make a Jets Deal

The trade deadline is next Monday and the Winnipeg Jets are only a piece or two from getting out of the North Division and going on to the third round. The Jets will most likely have to go through the Edmonton Oilers and the Toronto Maple Leafs to get that far. If the Jets stay…

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Call the Copp: Predicting Andrew’s Next Contract

Andrew Copp has been a reliable staple on the Jets third line for the past 5 seasons after being drafted out of the University of Michigan in 4th round of the 2013 NHL Draft.  Back in the summer of 2019, the Jets and Copp had a battle over his 3rd NHL contract.  The Jets offered…

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Three Takeaways From Jets 4-3 Victory Against Senators

After losing two straight games against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Winnipeg Jets were aiming to get back on track against the bottom-feeding Ottawa Senators Monday night and they did exactly that by dominating in several different ways through 60 minutes. Despite committing a trio of penalties in the opening period, Winnipeg controlled the flow…

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What I’m Missing at Hockey Games?

It’s been a while since we’ve been at Bell MTS Place and I miss sitting down with the other 16,344 Jets fans. I’ve been to five other NHL stadiums and there’s nothing better than rolling into downtown Winnipeg, fighting to find parking and walking over to Bell MTS Place. Then finally getting through the gate,…

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Three Takeaways From Jets 3-1 Defeat Against Maple Leafs

Following a seven-game road trip, which lasted far too long, the Winnipeg Jets returned to Bell MTS Place for the first time since Mar. 17 and were aiming to capture a second consecutive victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs, but things certainly didn’t play out as expected during this Wednesday night showdown. Falling flat out…

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What I Like About Big Man Logan Stanley

Saturday night with 13:41 left in the second period, Logan Stanley scored his first-ever NHL goal against the Calgary Flames. Congratulations to the big man for getting his first goal and honestly, what I would say would be a successful first season in the NHL. The guy isn’t going to win the Calder Trophy, but…

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Three Takeaways From Jets 5-1 Victory Against Flames

Following a 4-2 defeat Saturday, the Winnipeg Jets received a much-needed day off Sunday to recovery from their recent back-to-back series and were back on the ice Monday night for a third straight game against the Calgary Flames, however, things went much smoother this time around. While forward Elias Lindholm opened the scoring for Calgary,…