Winnipeg Jets Afternoon News
Breaking News: Looks like those season ticket holders who selected the December 17th game against the Ducks (like I did) are going to be pretty, pretty, pretty happy with their decision.
Orange County Register: Selanne will play with Ducks in 2011-12. The roof of the MTS Centre is going to explode from the crowd noise when Teemu takes the ice on the 17th of December, 2011.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets down Canucks. Nice for the Jets rookies to end the tournament with a shoutout win. #1 draft pick Mark Scheifele had a goal and an assist to lead the rookies past the Nucks.
Winnipeg Sun: Whirlwind landing over – Jets have arrived. I like that long and winding road back timeline although it is missing the interview that Bill Daly did on the Illegal Curve Radio show on Sports Radio 1290 back on November 27th, 2010, which really was the first time the NHL said anything about Atlanta.
After the jump Jets have a new logo and new address but goal remains the same, some training camp questions. In ‘Around the NHL‘ news the Red Wings captain is a class act, taking a look at the NHL’s new social media policy and the Islanders and John Tavares commit to each other.
Globe and Mail: Jets have a new logo, new address, but goal the same. MacGregor sure has a way with the pen, or I should say a keyboard. He is an excellent writer.
Winnipeg Free Press: The Jets are circling…and so are the questions. Ed Tait brings you a training camp preview and tries to address all the questions marks these young Jets will face.
Around the NHL:
Mlive.com: Red Wings captain Nicklas Lidstrom excited to board bus for 20th season. There really is no better role model for a young defencemen then this guy. He pretty much is the shining example of how you should handle yourself as a professional.
Yahoo Sports: Inside the NHL’s new social media policy for players. It isn’t as harsh as I expected and really doesn’t go that far past the previously existing policy.
ESPN: John Tavares signs Isles deal. IC’s Richy P is a big fan of this deal and thinks that Tavares will be a 40 goal scorer for the Islanders for years to come.