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NHLPA Officially File Grievance On Behalf Of Dustin Byfuglien

The NHL Players Association has officially filed a grievance regarding the Jets suspension of defenseman Dustin Byfuglien. From source: the NHLPA filed a grievance Wednesday on behalf of Dustin Byfuglien challenging his suspension by the Winnipeg Jets. — Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) November 20, 2019 Dustin was suspended by the club on September 21 for “failure…

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Jets Nation Podcast: Dustin Byfuglien Is In Hot Water

The Winnipeg Jets picked up five of a possible six points since the last podcast which has helped to keep spirits high among fans. The Jets haven’t been blowing teams out, but have been winning some close ones. On today’s show, the guys open up the mailbag and take some topics from Twitter. Thanks to…

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Defenseman Ville Heinola Assigned To Manitoba Moose

Standout rookie defenseman Ville Heinola has been assigned to the AHL’s Manitoba Moose by the Winnipeg Jets. Heinola was drafted 20th overall in the 2019 NHL Draft and has been a very pleasant surprise for the Jets who expected his development to take a season or two before he was ready to become a full-time…

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Winnipeg Jets Claim Luca Sbisa Off Of Waivers

Seeking some reinforcements on defense, the Winnipeg Jets have claimed Luca Sbisa off of waivers on Tuesday morning. The 29 year old defenseman was about to sign a one-year, one-way contract with the Anaheim Ducks worth $750,000, but needed to clear waivers in order to do so. The Jets used the opportunity to snap up…

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The JetsNation Podcast: Do “Sellouts” Matter?

It’s been an up and down stretch for the Winnipeg Jets. They won three straight before dropping the last two. Tuesday’s game against Arizona was the first that wasn’t a “sellout” since their return to Winnipeg in 2011. Should fans be worried? Also, there have been some rumours about a return to the lineup for…

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Patrik Laine Earns NHL Second Star Honors

Any worries of a slow start for Patrik Laine after missing all of training camp due to his contract negotiations have been put to rest as he put up eight points this past week in four games played and earned himself a nod as the NHL’s second star of the week.

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The JetsNation Podcast: The Jets Season Is Here

NHL hockey is finally being played and the Winnipeg Jets are .500 after an opening four game road trip. No Dustin Byfuglien, no Josh Morrissey (for two games), yet somehow the team has done better than many expected. The Jets have been pleasantly surprised by the play of rookie Ville Heinola but on the other…