Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Jets official site: Plays of the Year – Round 1, Match-Up 6. Wellwood vs. Pavelec. I suspect neither of those will make it out of the 2nd Round.
Jets official site: Paws’itive impact. We often talk about the positive economic impact that the return of the Jets 2.0 has had in our community, but it clearly goes deeper than that. This is but one example of the players finding a worthwhile local cause to throw their support behind and as is discussed in the article, the benefits of this relationship will be felt by this charity for years.
Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:
The Telegram: IceCaps will face Penguins in second-round series. The Caps had a 2-1-1 record against their Conference semi-final foe this season.
Winnipeg Sun: IceCaps finding their form. This team is pulling together just at the right time and is looking like they could go on a long post season run.
Illegal Curve Hockey Replay:
Part 1: Show intro, recap of Friday night, recap of first round predictions. Interview with Neil Greenberg of the Washington Post & ESPN. New York Rangers vs. Washington Capitals series preview. Vancouver Canucks postmortem. Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins postmortem. Interview with Keith McCambridge, Head Coach of the St. John’s IceCaps.
Part 2: San Jose Sharks, Detroit Red Wings postmortem. Los Angeles Kings vs. St. Louis Blues series preview. Interview with Jim Fox colour analyst for the LA Kings (FSN West). New Jersey Devils vs. Philadelphia Flyers series preview. Interview with Matt Laughlin play-by-play voice of the New Jersey Devils on WFAN. Rapid Fire, Cheers & Jeers.
The Illegal Curve Hockey Show airs Saturdays on TSN Radio 1290 from 12pm-3pm.
Stanley Cup news:
Philadelphia Daily News: Flyers think rest will trump momentum. Someone must have forgotten to pass that memo along to the Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues.
Star-Ledger: Devils know it’s about to get rough against Flyers. Should be a really interesting Game 1 today in Philly.
The Tennessean: Profit eludes Predators despite on-ice success, public money. When the Jets reference copying the Predators model for success, thankfully for Winnipeg fans, they are referring simply to the development of prospects. When it comes to economics, it appears that Nashville could afford to take a page out of Winnipeg’s playbook.
The Tennessean: Preds hope to avoid 0-2 start. You cannot take a team like the Coyotes for granted. While the Predators have been the better team, better teams do not always get the victory.
Arizona Republic: Coyotes need ‘Prime Line’ to deliver. Phoenix has relied quite heavily on tender’ Mike Smith and it is high time the rest of this team showed up.