Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers (Saturday, Jan 28th)

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Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  No Jets in Sunday’s All-Star game, but not for lack of tryingIt is too bad we won’t be seeing a Jets jersey on the ice.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Affiliate/ProspectsEd Tait gives you some updates on the status of players playing for the Caps as well as the latest on the 2011 Jets draft class and some other prospects in the system.

WBUR:  Helene Elliott – Don’t Watch The NHL All-Star GameBig kudos in a small blurb from the L.A. Times columnist interview, as she called the Jets the “NHL’s biggest success stories this season”.

Illegal Curve:  Close encounter of a Jets kindThere are many Jets players giving back to our community without expectation that their stories will be spread. This is one example of a player helping the team both on and off the ice.

Illegal Curve:  Establishing Evander Kane’s market valueRich’s article from a few days ago is a worthwhile read as he gives an in-depth analysis of Evander Kane’s fair market valueWill be a significant topic of conversation on today’s Illegal Curve Hockey show so it would be a good idea to familiarize yourself with it.

Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:

The Telegram:  Son of Irish immigrants, McCambridge not shy of hard work on the farmAn in-depth look at the Caps coach rising star coach.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Meanwhile, down on the farmThey are clearly doing something right as their victory last night moved them into a tie for 1st in the Eastern Conference.

TSN:  IceCaps’ three goals in first period enough to top MonarchsThe Caps held on for their 3rd win in a row, an all important 4 point game against the 2nd place team in the Atlantic division.

Next opponent news – Philadelphia Flyers:

Philadelphia Inquirer:  Timonen intrigued by Nashville defeceman.   Certainly doesn’t sound like he is overly interested in remaining a Predator.  Would be quite the fit on the Flyers.

Bemidji Pioneer:  Former Bemidji State captain Read soaking up atmosphereThe Flyers have themselves quite the rookie.