Arbitration is a word heard often following the initial National Hockey League offseason free agent frenzy. 2013′s offseason is no exception. Late Wednesday afternoon on July 10, the National Hockey […]
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The Winnipeg Jets will be without Alexander Burmistrov for the foreseeable future. Burmistrov is returning to his home city in Russia to play for the Kontinental Hockey League’s Ak Bars […]
The Winnipeg Jets most important move on draft day may not have been selecting a certain player, but rather, trading for Michael Frolik. And on July 5th when many teams […]
As a hockey writer, I have to start off by saying that my experience at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft in New Jersey was simply incredible. Fortunate enough to […]
The 2013 NHL Entry Draft is now in the books and what a marathon day of emotional and strategical ups and downs it was. It was a day of intrigue […]
With their first pick in the 2013 NHL Draft the Winnipeg Jets selected defenseman Joshua Morrissey. Morrissey comes to the Jets after leading all Prince Albert Raiders defenseman with 47 […]
Guest post by Eldon MacDonald (edited by @ChrisRalphTHW) Potential Winnipeg Draft Picks Behold: The 2013 #NHLJets interactive Draft Board. It's time for our community to help us play armchair GM! http://t.co/1bcJ909iBj […]
It’s that time of year again; the Stanley Cup Playoffs are coming to a close and all the teams begin to finalize what their top needs are for the upcoming […]
As the calendar turns to June and the Stanley Cup playoffs head down the stretch, the 2013 National Hockey League offseason begins to pick up, especially for the squads not […]
In the three weeks since the Winnipeg Jets final game of the 2013 season, four Jets began their offseason conditioning by joining their respective countries for the 2013 International Ice […]
It was a less than stellar season for Claude Noel and his Winnipeg Jets, but it wasn’t a total loss of a season.
In the lockout shortened year, the Jets managed to go 24-21-3, good for second place in the Southeast Division, behind the Washington Capitals.
With a “close but no cigar” ending to their playoff hopes Thursday night, the Jets enter the offseason earlier than hoped and look to find answers.
The Winnipeg Jets are still very much in a playoff hunt. Winnipeg’s 2-1 victory Monday evening over the Buffalo Sabres brought the Jets to within one point of three possible […]