Winnipeg Jets

One of the Carolina Hurricanes’ biggest strengths lies within their defense. Their squad is stacked on the back end and will be for years to come. Yet, quality depth scoring on offense was a shortcoming last season. With such a good core of defenders, should the club subtract from defense to address their lack of
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is speculation surrounding defenseman Zdeno Chara. Was Monday’s loss his last game in the NHL? Might it have been his last game for the Boston Bruins? Meanwhile, TSN’s Frank Servalli has added two key names to his recent Trade Bait Board, both of whom are from the Winnipeg Jets.
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, with the Winnipeg Jets now out of the playoff picture, the team is finally allowed to reveal the extent of the injuries to both Mark Scheifele and Patrik Laine. The Pittsburgh Penguins are making a chance in goal and the head coach explains why. Will Matt Murray’s playoff performance play
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Throughout its two-decade history, the Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets franchise have had great players from all around the globe. 322 players have suited up for either the Thrashers, Jets, or both since the Thrashers were established in 1999. Those 322 players have hailed from 15 different countries. Here’s a look at the best player from each
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In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is news about the New Jersey Devils coaching search a serious chicken-or-the-egg style question about which hire should come first, the head coach or general manager. Will Bryan Little of the Winnipeg Jets be back with the team this season? Would the Ottawa Senators consider trading one of their
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Nothing is etched in ice, but if the NHL has its way, the 2020 Playoffs will be sometime this summer. Should the league pull it off, the Winnipeg Jets and Calgary Flames will clash in one of the eight best-of-five series in the qualifying round. When and where that will happen is still anybody’s guess
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With the AHL cancelling the remainder of the season and the Calder Cup Playoffs owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Manitoba Moose’s up-and-down 20th-anniversary campaign is over. They’ll finish with a 27-33-1-0 record and eighth in the Central Division with a .451 points percentage. With the season officially kiboshed, now’s the time to take a
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