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A List Of Key Games On The Jets 2019-20 Schedule

With the 2019-20 NHL season a little under two months away, it’s a good time to look over the schedule and pick out some dates that could be big for the Winnipeg Jets and their fans. Chances are if you’re in a group that has a pair of season tickets, or you work at a…

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Let’s Talk The Value Of Jets Contracts (Part 3)

This is now the third instalment in our contract series where we are examining every single Jets player and the value that their contract provides. In case you missed the preamble, check out part one here. You can also check out part two here where we took a look at three players with concerning contracts….

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NHL Network: Scheifele Is Ninth Best Center In NHL

It’s been a personal belief of mine – and I am sure many of you – that Mark Scheifele is legitimately a top 10 center in the NHL, and on Sunday the NHL Network agreed for the third year in a row as they kicked off their annual top twenty rankings with the league’s top…

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Let’s Talk The Value Of Jets Contracts

It’s the middle of summer and nothing is going on in the hockey world at the moment. The draft is over, most free agents have been signed, and there isn’t much left to figure out before next season. A topic of discussion recently has been the contracts given out in free agency, especially with Myers…

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JetsNation’s Top Five Favorites

Summertime seems to be prime time for #HockeyTwitter to ask some fun, relatively unimportant questions that can still make for good conversation. Last week was some sort of one on one showdown for your very survival, this weekend Twitter user @Adam_Campbell67 asked a much simpler question: Name your top 5 favourite players on your team….

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Is The Winnipeg Jets 2019-20 Roster Already Set?

Although the Winnipeg Jets have yet to sign their two largest free agents this summer, it appears the roster is virtually set for the start of the 2019-2020 season. Connor and Laine are both awaiting their shiny new contracts, but there is no sense of panic as a new deal will certainly get done before…

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Pionk’s Deal Isn’t All That Bad

The dust has settled with Neal Pionk signing a two year contract over the weekend. When the news was first announced, many fans were appalled at the price as the Jets handed out a two year deal worth $3 million per season. While that might seem like an overpay to some people, I’m going to…

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It’s Crazy To Think The Winnipeg Jets Are A “Cap Team”

The other day around the water cooler at work while discussing the Winnipeg Jets current situation involving Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor, a co-worker of mine tried to explain why exactly the Jets were going to for sure lose one of the two young forwards before the start of camp… “The Jets are on a…

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It’s Frustrating, But Being Inactive On July 1 Is For the Best

There is a reason why TV networks – especially in Canada – devote so much time to things like Trade Deadline and Free Agency Opening Day, because player movement is exciting. It’s the reason people do fantasy pools and play GM mode on video games. Fans love the excitement of new faces in new places…

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Free Agent Frenzy: 2019 Edition

As summer holidays are beginning and the nation is celebrating Canada Day, an important part of the hockey calendar is just beginning. Free agent frenzy begins July 1 – noon eastern time to be exact – and it marks the day that old contracts expire and new ones can be signed.