Winnipeg Jets Annual Magazine

Posted by Michael Remis in featured1,Illegal Curve News on September 18, 2011 — No Comments

A number of writers for Illegal Curve have contributed to the Winnipeg Jets Annual 2011-2012. published by Maple Street Press. The magazine is available at McNally Robinson in Grant Park Shopping Centre in Winnipeg, MB or you can purchase a copy online.

We will be hosting a launch party October 12, 2011 at McNally Robinson in Grant Park Shopping Centre. RSVP by visiting the Facebook Event Page.

About the magazine:

On May 31, greater Winnipeg awoke and realized its dream was a reality: Fifteen years after bolting town, the Jets are back in Winnipeg, and the party is just beginning.

Celebrate the return of a traditional NHL market with the inaugural edition of the Maple Street Press Jets Annual 2011-12, which includes features on: the state of the Jets’ payroll, how certain two-way forwards could help the team, a recap of what was written and said about the franchise in the offseason, and in-depth, season-by-season recaps of the previous incarnation of the Jets.

Edited by Benjamin Wendorf of Arctic Ice Hockey, Maple Street Press Jets Annual 2011-12 is 112 pages of exclusive Jets analysis, commentary, and history.

112 pages, no ads, all Jets.

Shipping from Maple Street Press on August 30, and on newsstands September 13. Pre-order your copy today

Articles appearing in the magazine written by members of Illegal Curve:

The Pay Scale: See how the Jets’ payroll stands up next to the NHL
by Richard Pollock

In Spoken Words: The new Jets are just months old, but much has already been said by, and about, the franchise
by Michael Remis

The Odyssey: There may be no current NHL head coach more deserving of his job than Claude Noel
by Drew Mindell

Build-A-Jets: Statistics, scouting information, and insight on the first draft class of the Jets 2.0
by Kyle Kosior, Ezra Ginsburg, and Benjamin Wendorf

In The System: A plethora of youthful talent is waiting in the wings for its chance to play on the Winnipeg stage
by Kyle Kosior, Ezra Ginsburg, and Benjamin Wendorf