9:50 AM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014
Artic Ice Hockey 10 hours ago

Winnipeg Jets Take the Bluster Out of the Carolina Hurricanes

Jets win! Jets win! After a four game losing streak, and much vocalized frustration, the Winnipeg Jets returned action Tuesday night versus the downtrodden Carolina Hurricanes. The Winnipeg Jets played a solid 60 minute game and walked away with a 3-1 win. The Hurricanes remain the NHL's lone winless team. Ten Thoughts: The Winnipeg Jets were clearly the better team tonight - and they should have been - the Hurricanes roster was a mess and they handled the puck like an AHL squad for much of the game. It was still nice to see a pillar to post effort though. The Jets kept their foot on the...
Winnipeg Free Press 34 mins ago

Lowry bags first NHL goal

AS first-career goal mob scenes go, it was lacking. But Adam Lowry's Winnipeg Jets teammates more than made up for it Tuesday after he scored his first National Hockey League goal. Lowry tipped home a Grant Clitsome point shot early in the 3-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes for his first goal,
Winnipeg Free Press 34 mins ago

Step in right direction

We interrupt the gloom and doom report, reserving the right to return at a loss's notice, to document a Winnipeg Jets victory. This was as must-win as it gets in the first 10 games of the season and the Jets delivered. So what's it mean? Not much. They beat the Carolina Hurricanes. They should...
Artic Ice Hockey 13 hours ago

Game 6: Winnipeg Jets vs. Carolina Hurricanes – Oct. 21, 2014

Winnipeg Jets vs. Carolina Hurricanes on October 21, 2014 at the MTS Centre The Carolina Hurricanes are in town to take on the Winnipeg Jets tonight at the MTS Centre. The Jets are coming off a disappointing 4-1 loss to Calgary - in a game where they were dominant in the first 25 minutes, and led...

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Winnipeg Free Press 37 mins ago

Jets apply tourniquet

Somebody jot this down for Paul Maurice & Co., please, because while it’s not exactly textbook, it did turn out to be the perfect formula to ending a nasty losing skid. And it goes something like this: Step 1: Gather team together and have them toss around the usual stuff about
Winnipeg Sun 10 hours ago
Clitsome makes impact in return to Jets' lineup

Clitsome makes impact in return to Jets' lineup

This is precisely the type of game Grant Clitsome needed to play in order to help him make a case to stay in the Winnipeg Jets lineup.
Winnipeg Sun 10 hours ago
Jets show they can handle adversity in victory over winless 'Canes

Jets show they can handle adversity in victory over winless 'Canes

It was one win against one of the NHL’s bottom-feeders, so nobody will be mapping out a parade route.
Winnipeg Free Press 17 hours ago

Jets boss Maurice mad enough to start cussing

They are winless in four and showcasing as much ferocity as a basket of new-born kittens, but if we've learned anything about the Winnipeg Jets in their three years here, it's this: Nobody in the NHL does the soul-searching, looking-in-the-mirror thing better than this bunch. So it was again
Winnipeg Sun 20 hours ago
Jets and Hurricanes expect to play desperate hockey in search of win tonight

Jets and Hurricanes expect to play desperate hockey in search of win tonight

There should be no shortage of desperation when the Winnipeg Jets host the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night.
Winnipeg Free Press 20 hours ago

Jets make roster changes for Hurricanes game to turn around recent nosedive

The Winnipeg Jets will make two roster changes tonight in an effort to help pull them out of an early-season nosedive. Defenceman Grant Clitsome will make his season debut Tuesday night against the Carolina Hurricanes while Matt Halischuk will suit up for just his second game as the Jets work to...
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 21, 2014

Ex-Duck Perreault knows value of resilience

MATHIEU Perreault lived it every day last season -- the good times, the bad and all those moments in between. If there was one thing that characterized the Anaheim Ducks, a club that just so happened to go 54-20-2, it was its ability to shake off a bad shift, a bad period, a bad game. Call it...
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 20, 2014

Paul Maurice is frustrated after Jets' four-game losing streak

A four-game losing skid has certainly frayed the nerves and tested the patience of Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice. The Jets coach was clearly still frustrated with his team in the wake of Sunday’s 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames. And when the media repeatedly posed questions on the...
Winnipeg Sun Oct 20, 2014
Winnipeg Jets' frustration showing through a day after falling to 1-4

Winnipeg Jets' frustration showing through a day after falling to 1-4

Frustration was evident among the Winnipeg Jets and their head coach Monday, a day after the team suffered it's fourth straight loss during a demoralizing start to the NHL season.
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 20, 2014

Home team did things their way, until 2nd period started

Give them an F for the X's and O's. In losing 4-1 to the Calgary Flames Sunday night at the MTS Centre, the Winnipeg Jets tried to do things their way but the Flames had more to say about how it went. In particular, when Calgary took over the game in the second period, it was with stretch...
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 20, 2014

Jets can't stand success

The reason is anyone's guess, but the Winnipeg Jets just didn't believe they were doing things right in the first period Sunday night. It's one possible explanation for why the team abandoned what had put it off to a good start and a 1-0 lead over the Calgary Flames through 20 minutes. The
Winnipeg Sun Oct 20, 2014
Jets drop fourth straight with frustrating loss to Flames

Jets drop fourth straight with frustrating loss to Flames

The head coach was quick to point the finger at himself and fall on the sword.
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 19, 2014

Has it already gone sideways on Jets?

My Twitter timeline and email inbox say the Winnipeg Jets are horrible. The season is over. All before the ten-game and two-week mark of the season. Certainly a 1-4 record and Sunday’s 4-1 pasting at the hands of the Calgary Flames are not indicators of this season being the one where the...
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 19, 2014

Jets go down against Flames, 4-1

The reason is anyone’s guess but the Winnipeg Jets just didn’t believe enough in their first-period game Sunday night. It’s one explanation for why the team abandoned what had put it off to a good start and a 1-0 lead over the Calgary Flames through 20 minutes. The difference in

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