What makes you think the Winnipeg Jets will make the playoffs? Is it their skill up front and the potential damage Evander Kane could do on the first line? Perhaps it’s […]
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With the calendar flipping over to September, hockey isn’t that far away. Training camps are set to open soon. The Winnipeg Jets are getting geared up for the season already. […]
It’s hard to argue that the Winnipeg Jets got any better in the offseason. The lone major addition through free agency was Mathieu Perreault. Goaltending remains a point of debate among […]
The Winnipeg Jets will be represented on and off the ice when the 2014 IIHF World Championship gets underway on May 9, in Minsk, Belarus. Mark Scheifele is one of […]
Mistakes will happen. The important thing is to learn from them. For a certain Winnipeg Jets defensive duo in Saturday’s game against the Ottawa Senators, that was easier said […]
There is a feeling of hopelessness this year for many fans of Western Conference teams, albeit for different reasons. For an under performing Los Angeles Kings team, a playoff spot […]
In the middle of November there were many Winnipeg Jets fans thinking, “Mark Scheifele simply isn’t going to be the player we thought he’d be.” For the third straight season […]
With the Olympic break right around the corner, there couldn’t be a more necessary time to begin seriously analyzing your Fantasy Hockey team. For players in Rotisserie leagues, this means […]
With the 2013 calendar year ending, some fantasy managers will undoubtedly be looking for new fortunes in a new year. However, since 2013 is not yet over, it would be […]
It’s been no secret that the Sabres have been just a little bit better since Ted Nolan took over as the head coach. The effort is better and the team […]
The Winnipeg Jets defeated the New Jersey Devils 3-1 on Monday in what was their first game in a six-game eastern road trip. On another positive note it wasn’t the […]
At 10-10-3 the Winnipeg Jets are at about where most – myself included – would have expected this team to be at this point in the season. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the rest of the Western Conference has been on fire..