Stanley Cup Playoffs Qualifying Round Preview: Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames

Hockey is back a big way and there’s a lot to cover in a relatively short period of time. That means it’s time to cut back on the boilerplate introduction and get on with the show. Up next, the Calgary Flames and Winnipeg Jets. This is the all-Canadian clash that has people talking. Both teamsContinue reading “Stanley Cup Playoffs Qualifying Round Preview: Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames”

Jets: Winnipeg Builds Momentum with Big Sunday Win

The Winnipeg Jets have shown themselves capable of some great things this season and on Sunday they did it again, dispatching the Philadelphia Flyers by a final score of 7-3. It was a royal thrashing, one underlined by a four-goal 4:17 in the second stanza. It was also a needed retort to Thursday’s loss toContinue reading “Jets: Winnipeg Builds Momentum with Big Sunday Win”

Canucks: Vancouver Continues Losing Ways Against Winnipeg

Fact: the Winnipeg Jets own the Vancouver Canucks. This was reaffirmed Friday night as Winnipeg defeated the Canucks for the ninth time in a row, polishing off the visitors at the MTS Centre by a final score of 4-1. Kyle Connor, Jack Roslovic, Mark Scheifele, and Adam Lowry had goals for the home team, whileContinue reading “Canucks: Vancouver Continues Losing Ways Against Winnipeg”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets had an ambiguous summer and things picked up over the last few weeks. Not only did the franchise sign restricted free agents Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor over the past weekend, they still don’t know what’s going on with Dustin Byfuglien. That’s cast a shadow over the imminent season, to say theContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Winnipeg Jets”

What Went Wrong: Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets took a step or two back in 2018-2019, posting a 47-30-5 record good for second in the Central Division and fourth in the Western Conference. The previous season, the Jets put up 52 wins and were second in the Western Conference – and they posted 114 points, putting them second overall. OnlyContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Winnipeg Jets”