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Little Bones: The (potentially) tough-to-swallow story on Jacob Trouba

If you were presented with a 24-year-old, right-handed defenceman who carried the offensive play from the D-zone, suppressed opposing teams’ offences at a high rate, and never had to play a single shift in the American Hockey League to get to the NHL, most of you would jump at the chance to sign him long-term and look to build your D-corps around him. However, when you hear that the player’s
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Last American Exit! When Winnipeg comes to Tennessee

If there was ever any doubt which division would provide the most entertaining series in this year’s NHL playoffs, those doubts have surely been put to rest. The second round series between the Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators has lived up to the lofty expectations that fans, media and players have placed upon it. A quick look at the numbers reveals that there is barely a difference between these two
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Killing Time: What the Mark Scheifele injury means for the Winnipeg Jets

After an unbelievably hectic day in Jetsland we’ve settled into the news now that #1 centre, and self-professed hockey maniac, Mark Scheifele has been placed on IR with an upper-body injury that will see him sit out the next 6-8 weeks. Once news broke last night that the injury to Scheifele was expected to be serious, fans across social media began discussing who would get the call from Winnipeg’s farm
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Ahead by a century: A look at Patrik Laine’s first 100 games for the Winnipeg Jets

When the Toronto Maple Leafs won the NHL’s draft lottery in 2016 it changed the fortunes of the Winnipeg Jets forever. While the Jets didn’t end up with the first overall pick, they were lucky enough to jump to second in a year where there just happened to be another potentially franchise alerting prospect available. 2015 gave us McDavid and Eichel and 2016 would not be outdone providing the hockey
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Winnipeg Jets Roster Preview: Forwards who made the cut

So a new season is upon us! We have had a full training camp and a slate of preseason games to discuss, debate and forecast what the 2017-18 Winnipeg Jets should look like. Let’s look at who is a lock to make the team and be on the ice! Perreault - Scheifele - Wheeler (They have practiced together for two straight days as the top line. Perreault and Wheeler are
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Winnipeg Jets Roster Preview: Defenders who made the cut

While things are tumultuous at the forward position for the Winnipeg Jets, we have a very different situation on D. The top 6 D-men have been set in stone since free agent frenzy ended back in July. A combination of experience and contracts really dictated who was going to be manning the blue-line for the Jets to start the year. Morrissey - Trouba (The two young stud D-men will be
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The Stanley Cup: The Greatest Trophy In Sports

Either the Pittsburgh Penguins or the Nashville Predators will hoist the largest, oldest and perhaps most iconic trophy in the world. The NHL’s championship series sits at 3-2 in favor of the Penguins. The battle for the Stanley Cup, a 34.5-pound, 35.25-inch tall structure made of nickel and alloy that all hockey players dream of lifting above their heads. The cup has also been around for 125 years, but the one
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NHL : Columbus Blue Jackets Hapless In Home-and-Home Sweep By Pens

COLUMBUS --  After being blanked by Pittsburgh Penguins rookie netminder, Jeff Zatkoff, 3-0, the Columbus Blue Jackets need to find some answers on offense. Columbus, currently in sixth place in the NHL’s new Metropolitan division, at 5-8 with ten points, scored two goals—both losses—to the high-powered Penguins in a home-and-home series, need to find ways to generate more scoring chances and goals if they are to hang in a top-heavy
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2013 NHL Playoffs : First Round Analysis and Predictions

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he time has finally come. The National Hockey League is set to start the 2013 NHL Playoffs after a shortened season that consisted of 48 games for each team. The one twist coming out of the lockout aside from the bunched-up schedule will play a huge roll down the stretch. None of the 30 teams played a single non-conference game in 2013 which could make for an interesting Stanley Cup
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Pittsburgh Penguins : Pens Add Jokinen in Shero's Final Strike

The loss of Sidney Crosby may have pushed General Manager Ray Shero to make one final move before the trade deadline Wednesday afternoon. The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired center Jussi Jokinen from the Carolina Hurricanes for a conditional draft pick. While other teams in the National Hockey League were making bigger splashes trying to match the aggressiveness of Shero, the Penguins seemed to add just a bit more depth just one