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Winnipeg Sun Jan 23, 2020

Five things that must happen for Jets to make playoffs

It has become ugly for the Winnipeg Jets, less than two years after they made it to the Western Conference final and were expected to be Stanley Cup contenders for seasons to come. It has been a steady fall, starting with a 2018-19 season that ended in a first-round playoff defeat and continuing until this […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 23, 2020

Jets hope to use break to figure out what type of team they want to be down the stretch

It was hard not to notice the similarities between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Winnipeg Jets as the two met at Nationwide Arena on Wednesday night. Both were solid playoff teams the last two seasons and seemed like franchises on the rise, only to have a mass exodus of important players last summer. The Jets, […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 23, 2020

Jets’ Hellebuyck voted NHL’s best goalie in mid-season awards

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Despite a recent slide that has hurt his overall numbers, Winnipeg Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck was voted as the NHL mid-season “Vezina” winner by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. A total of 117 writers from all of the NHL’s markets participated in the vote. Hellebuyck, who will represent the Central Division at the […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 22, 2020

Jets have stronger showing against Blue Jackets but same result — a fourth straight loss

COLUMBUS, Ohio — It was a much stronger effort and a more encouraging result — or at least a less disheartening one — but nonetheless a fourth straight loss for the Winnipeg Jets. Coming off a brutal stretch in which they lost three straight games by a combined total score of 16-4, the Jets put […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 22, 2020

JETS SNAPSHOTS: All-star break can’t come soon enough for banged-up and mentally fatigued Jets

COLUMBUS, Ohio — If ever there was a team that needs a physical and mental breather right now, it’s the Winnipeg Jets. They’ve been taking a beating to their bodies, their fragile psyches and on scoreboards regularly and are in desperate need of some time away from the carnage. They’ll get just that, starting on […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 22, 2020

Time with Moose best way to achieve NHL dream, says Gustafsson

In his quest to become a full-time NHLer, David Gustafsson had a decision to make.  After being released by the Winnipeg Jets last month to link up with this native Sweden at the world junior championships, Gustafsson’s immediate future after the tournament was unknown. He could have elected to return to Sweden for the rest […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 22, 2020

BILLECK: Jets free fall could cost Maurice, whether he deserves it or not

Truthfully, I’m not entirely certain where the blame lies with the state of the Winnipeg Jets right now. How did a team go from being a dominant force two seasons ago to being one that buckles under the slightest hint of pressure? It’s complicated, and while there is blame to go around, it’s not just […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 21, 2020

Jets fall into another early hole, continue alarming slide with loss to Hurricanes

RALEIGH, N.C. — Another slow start proved to be too much to overcome for the Winnipeg Jets and their January backslide is threatening to carry into the all-star break. The Jets allowed two goals in the first 5:30 of the first period and trailed 3-1 after one before falling 4-1 to the Carolina Hurricanes before […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 21, 2020

TSN’s Sawyer apologizes for on-air comments

Winnipeg Jets TSN TV analyst Kevin Sawyer on Tuesday night apologized for what he called “unprofessional and insensitive” comments during a Jets broadcast more than two weeks ago. “I have spent considerable time reflecting on my comments over the past couple of weeks,” Sawyer began at the start of the broadcast of the Jets at […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 21, 2020

JETS GAMEDAY: On back-to-back, Jets in tough against rested Blue Jackets

Winnipeg Jets at Columbus Blue Jackets Wedneday, 6:30 p.m., PNC Arena TV: Sportsnet; Radio: TSN 1290 WEARY JETS VS. RESTED BLUE JACKETS While the Jets are on the tail end of a back-to-back and are playing for third time in four nights, the Blue Jackets haven’t played since Sunday when they their fifth straight game. […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 21, 2020

JETS SNAPSHOTS: Vesalainen says he’s more calm at the rink, more comfortable with smaller ice surface

RALEIGH, N.C. — Kristian Vesalainen arrived in North Carolina Tuesday with little idea of what kind of role he’ll play for the Winnipeg Jets but a whole lot of excitement at the possibility of getting into the lineup. “You can’t expect anything so you just have to work hard, rely on yourself and hope you’re […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 21, 2020

Jets shuffle deck in wake of Lowry injury as they prepare for Hurricanes

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Adam Lowry injury has prompted significant line juggling by Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice as they prepare to play their final two games before their eight-day winter break. Lowry is out at least a month with a left arm or shoulder injury, which means Andrew Copp will take his place […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 20, 2020

WYMAN: Reeling Jets desperate to get wins before extended break

RALEIGH, N.C. — It’s difficult to relay just how important the next two games are for the reeling Winnipeg Jets. To put it bluntly, these games could be the difference between coming out of the upcoming player break in playoff contention or being well below the line. Already three points out of a playoff spot, […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 20, 2020

Getting chance to share in sons’ hockey lives unforgettable experience for Jets’ moms

RALEIGH, N.C. — They are the unsung heroes who rarely get the kind of public credit they deserve for raising the young men who grow into professional hockey players. They’re the positive forces, the drivers both figuratively and literally, in shaping the lives and careers of NHL stars. They’re the moms, a group of women […]
Winnipeg Sun Jan 19, 2020

Jets hold players meeting in Chicago after suffering second straight loss

CHICAGO — All you really need to know about the Winnipeg Jets latest performance is that the players had a closed-door meeting after their game Sunday night. Do those ever happen after a win? Do they happen when a team is performing at an optimum level? The answer is no and no and it’s no […]

Jets Player News

  • Connor Hellebuyck

    Connor Hellebuyck

    Jets’ Hellebuyck voted NHL’s best goalie in mid-season awards

  • Mark Scheifele

    Mark Scheifele

    Q&A: Mark Scheifele on working with Adam Oates, fighting for playoffs

  • Mathieu Perreault

    Mathieu Perreault

    Perreault walks back comments threatening violence over cheap shots

  • Patrik Laine

    Patrik Laine

    Truth By Numbers: Is Patrik Laine becoming a playmaker?

  • Andrew Copp

    Andrew Copp

    Jets shuffle deck in wake of Lowry injury as they prepare for Hurricanes

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