Winnipeg Jets

It appeared to be the perfect opportunity for the Winnipeg Jets to win three straight games for the second time this season and depart for their four-game road trip feeling really good about themselves. Instead, it turned into their most disappointing defeat of the season so far. Jets Can’t Best Banged-Up Avalanche, Nor Beat Werner
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Dustin Byfuglien’s season-opening leave of absence was already an issue for the Winnipeg Jets. For a defense corps already depleted by the off-season departures of Jacob Trouba, Tyler Myers, and Ben Chiarot, the 34-year-old blueliner’s sabbatical left a big hole on the blueline. Byfuglien was said to be taking time pondering his future. Last week,
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31 Thoughts rumor roundup Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet: Don’t believe the Winnipeg Jets and Dustin Byfuglien would get so far as a settlement/contract termination. The Jets wouldn’t want to lose him for nothing in free agency. The San Jose Sharks don’t have the depth that once had. They brought back Patrick Marleau but they may
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The Winnipeg Jets, currently 6-7-0, had more ups and downs in October than a volatile stock. An in-flux club still searching for its identity and consistency, the Jets have some players who are on the upswing while others are trending in a downward direction. Here’s a look at three of each. Up: Connor Hellebuyck You’ll
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Ville Heinola is fast approaching the nine-game threshold — the maximum number the Winnipeg Jets can allow the rookie defenseman to suit up for before they must “burn” a year of his entry-level contract. In this case, the Jets should allow that year to burn, baby, burn, like a Disco Inferno. Heinola Makes Jets’ Defence
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