11:55 PM EST, Fri March 07, 2014
Winnipeg Jets Rumors & News
Winnipeg Free Press 8 hours ago
It’s been less than a breeze for the Winnipeg Jets since the NHL schedule resumed following the Olympics. The team is 2-1-1 in these games and even though they’re coming off an overtime loss to the New York Islanders and Thursday’s decisive 3-1 setback to the Los Angeles Kings,...
LA Kings Insider 9 hours ago
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Tim Campbell: Hot squad puts on a clinic The Winnipeg Jets were willing and eager to start, but before the night was over, the Los Angeles Kings showed them how to be strong on the puck, how to be quick about everything you do and by glueing the two together with patience, how high...
LA Kings Insider 11 hours ago
At the midpoint of the first period, the Kings were trailing the Jets in shots, 7-4, and play was mostly even on both sides, with several B-type chances marking the game’s opening stretches, though Jarret Stoll should be credited with a key defensive stop with...
Winnipeg Sun 38 mins ago
Devin Setoguchi got a vote of confidence from his employer and now it's time to see what he's going to do with it.
Winnipeg Sun 8 hours ago
The Winnipeg Jets know they need to stop the bleeding.
Winnipeg Free Press 18 hours ago
Paul Maurice juggled lines, moved Michael Froik to centre and pushed, pulled and prodded his squad any number of ways to generate some offence. But the Winnipeg Jets' first game without Mark Scheifele in the lineup -- he's gonzo for up to eight weeks with an MCL sprain -- also left most at the...
Winnipeg Sun Mar 6, 2014
If the first game is any indication, life without Mark Scheifele is going to be an offensive challenge for the Winnipeg Jets.
Winnipeg Sun Mar 6, 2014
Even though the Winnipeg Jets remained silent on NHL trade deadline day, they have had to do quite a bit of roster and line shuffling in wake of Mark Scheifele’s knee injury.
His name was spoken only in hushed tones, as if in the past tense, and the subject was broached with the same sensitivity as a death in the family. Well, for the record, Winnipeg Jets centre Mark Scheifele is alive and kicking, albeit with a sprain in the medial colateral ligament in his right
There were possibilities and a willingness to make a deal but the Winnipeg Jets stood pat on NHL trade deadline day. The Jets did manage to sign veteran defenceman Mark Stuart to a four-year contract extension worth $10.5 million and GM Kevin Cheveldayoff used that to offset whatever...
A name occasionally forgotten in these parts was spit out Wednesday as a possible replacement for Mark Scheifele. One problem with the Alex Burmistrov-to-the-rescue chatter: When he became a restricted NHL free agent last summer, the 22-year-old forward bolted for the KHL and is currently under
A look at what the Jets have done on the three trade deadline days since their rebirth: 2012 -- Traded D Johnny Oduya to the Chicago Blackhawks for second- and third-round draft choices in 2013. The picks were parlayed through another trade with Washington and used to select J.C. Lipon,...
The timing could not have been worse for the Winnipeg Jets on several levels.
Kevin Cheveldayoff may have given Mark Stuart a new, four-year contract, Wednesday.
The Winnipeg Jets didn’t bring in any players before the NHL trade deadline, but they did lock up one of their pending unrestricted free agents on Wednesday.
Winnipeg Free Press Mar 5, 2014
Winnipeg Jets centre Mark Scheifele will be out several weeks with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee but won’t require surgery, head coach Paul Maurice said this afternoon at the MTS Iceplex. The team leaked some injury information to a TV network earlier in the day,
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