Jets: Laine Scores 2, Ties for League Scoring Lead

After the dust settled on Sunday night and the Winnipeg Jets knocked off the Dallas Stars by a final score of 4-2, one thing was clear: Patrik Laine belongs among the league’s best scorers. The Jets are pretty much entrenched in second place in the Central Division, with a 43-19-10 record to show for theirContinue reading “Jets: Laine Scores 2, Ties for League Scoring Lead”

2017-2018 Season Preview: Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets made things interesting in the off-season by actually spending some green, something they haven’t really done since relocating from Atlanta in 2011. They signed goalie Steve Mason and defenceman Dmitry Kulikov off the free agent market and made moves to protect key players in the expansion draft. The Jets did win 40Continue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: Winnipeg Jets”

Connor McDavid Wins Art Ross Trophy

Connor McDavid has secured the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer, putting together a 100-point season in just his second season in the league. The 20-year-old had a pair of assists as his Edmonton Oilers took down the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night. That put an end to his regulation season on aContinue reading “Connor McDavid Wins Art Ross Trophy”

2016-2017 Season Preview: Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets closed out 2015-2016 with a 35-39-8 record, good for a last place finish in the Central Division. The club scored 215 goals, the lowest totals in the division, and allowed 239 goals against. Despite the miserable finish, general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff is hopeful about the fortunes of the Jets and the futureContinue reading “2016-2017 Season Preview: Winnipeg Jets”

2016 NHL Entry Draft: How Did Canada’s Teams Do?

With the first day of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft in the books from the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, it’s time to take a look at how Canada’s teams did. Toronto Maple Leafs Unsurprisingly, the Maple Leafs selected Auston Matthews with their first overall draft pick. Matthews became the first American-born player to goContinue reading “2016 NHL Entry Draft: How Did Canada’s Teams Do?”