If you’re an avid Winnipeg Jets fan, tonight’s season opener versus the Anaheim Ducks will be like seeing a kid at a candy store. You know the one…the kid who looks in the front window from the street, but the store is locked? He sees all the goodies inside and even has money to buy
The true Winnipeg Jets fan knows the worth of Andrew Copp. The rest of the hockey world may not. The 27-year-old forward is entering his seventh full NHL season, all with the Jets and has put himself in a position to be a key ingredient in the team’s success and push in the Central Division.
For the Winnipeg Jets, like the other 31 teams in the NHL, life is all abuzz, and as of right now everyone is tied for first! Jets training camp is underway, and with their first preseason home game in the books — in front of fans no less — a pretty obvious issue became apparent.
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, the head coach of the St. Louis Blues isn’t convinced Vladimir Tarasenko will be traded. Meanwhile, the asking price seems to be set for Tomas Hertl. Will the Boston Bruins be interested if their plan to start Charlie Coyle as the No. 2 center doesn’t pan out? The Winnipeg Jets
The Winnipeg Jets’ 2020-21 season was full of ups and downs and ended with a second-round sweep at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens. In this series, we’ll take a look back on the season, player by player, and grade their individual performances with an eye toward their future with the team. Paul Stastny, in
The Winnipeg Jets’ season came to a surprising halt after being swept by the Montreal Canadiens in Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Players like Mark Scheifele (who was suspended for four games for charging Jake Evans) are being pointed at as the ones to blame, but the Jets’ coach Paul Maurice has also
The Winnipeg Jets find themselves, after being downed 5-1 by the Montreal Canadiens in Game 3, entrenched in the exact opposite scenario from their first-round sweep of the Edmonton Oilers. Facing a 3-0 series deficit to a Montreal side that hasn’t trailed since Game 5 of the opening round against the Toronto Maple Leafs has
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, Mark Scheifele is looking at a potential suspension for his charge on Jake Evans of the Montreal Canadiens. There is talk about T.J. Oshie and him being potentially left unprotected during the NHL Expansion Draft. There is chatter on Rick Tocchet coaching interview and finally, a number of pending unrestricted
In today’s NHL Rumors rundown, there is speculation the Seattle Kraken have their sights set on the an acting NHL coach. Meanwhile, one insider disagrees with the Calgary Flames own internal assessment of their season and thinks the club could be making some big changes. The Winnipeg Jets are getting back a key player Sunday
It’s not really a secret, but Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice may have ever-so slightly tipped his hand when it comes to the game plan of the Jets heading into Game 2 versus the Oilers. It came in the form of a simple comment that could signal his thought process throughout the rest of
The struggle continues for the Winnipeg Jets, who have now lost seven games in a row after falling short in a 2-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators. With the playoffs around the corner, the Jets must quickly get their act together or risk being overtaken by the Montreal Canadians in the Scotia North Division standings.
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, the Vancouver Canucks are set to start talking contract with former defenseman Nikita Tryamkin. How likely is a return to the organization? There are also reports the Winnipeg Jets were trying to acquire Jamie Oleksiak at this year’s trade deadline. What happened? Robin Lehner has apologized for some of his
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is talk that things are quiet on the trade front for the Calgary Flames which comes as a shock to one NHL insider. But, there could be a lot of talk in the offseason. The New Jersey Devils held forward Kyle Palmieri out of the lineup Sunday. Is a
One thing that Winnipeg Jets fans haven’t seen very often is line shuffling. Head coach Paul Maurice has kept his lineup consistent on a nightly basis, which has so far gone according to plan for the Jets, who are in the hunt for the top spot in the Scotia North Division. However, on Monday night,
The Winnipeg Jets lost back-to-back games in regulation for the first time this season, falling to the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday and Saturday by scores of 2-1 and 4-2, respectively. Here are three takeaways from the pair of losses in Oil Country. 1: Jets Lack Killer Instinct For a team with, on paper, some of
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, Elliotte Friedman’s recent 31 Thoughts article came out with some interesting tidbits on some teams that might be looking to make a move before the NHL Trade Deadline. What are the Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, Winnipeg Jets and Vancouver Canucks planning to do in the next couple of
The Chicago Blackhawks scouting staff finally gets to take center stage in a few days as the NHL Entry Draft is nearly upon us. While they are preparing to add more prospects to the system, a former draft pick is coming along nicely overseas. Finally, for those dreaming of a reunion with an old friend,
On Monday night, the Winnipeg Jets beat the Edmonton Oilers 6-5. The game was one of those games where fans really needed to be in the building. It wasn’t the most well-played game; however, it was a game where fans would have been into it right from the very beginning and right till the very