Winnipeg Jets

One of the Carolina Hurricanes’ biggest strengths lies within their defense. Their squad is stacked on the back end and will be for years to come. Yet, quality depth scoring on offense was a shortcoming last season. With such a good core of defenders, should the club subtract from defense to address their lack of
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So, will Max Domi be back? NHL Watcher:  According to Pierre McGuire, that answer is no. During a radio hit on TSN 690 our of Montreal, McGuire mentioned it is rather apparent that the forward will not be back. This surprises few people but the next question is where does he wind up? Possible destinations
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is speculation surrounding defenseman Zdeno Chara. Was Monday’s loss his last game in the NHL? Might it have been his last game for the Boston Bruins? Meanwhile, TSN’s Frank Servalli has added two key names to his recent Trade Bait Board, both of whom are from the Winnipeg Jets.
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Questions for each team that lost in the play-in round Rory Boylan of Sportsnet: Looking at questions for each team that was eliminated during the play-in round. Pittsburgh Penguins – Penguins GM Jim Rutherford said “changes need to be made,” but what exactly needs to change? How long is the window open with Sidney Crosby
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Sometimes you win by the skin of your teeth, and sometimes you win big. This piece is about the latter. Some games are just full of celebrations. (Photo by Curtis Comeau/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) The Winnipeg Jets have won 694 games over nine seasons since relocating from Atlanta prior to the 2011-12 campaign. Here’s
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Following a quiet trade deadline, Winnipeg Jets’ general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff and company are preparing for what promises to be a busy offseason. After the stunning departure of former number one defenseman Dustin Byfuglien, the Jets blue line was reduced to nothing but a revolving door of depth players, late-offseason pickups, and Josh Morrissey. Related:
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