Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

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Jets news:

CBC:  5 sources of hearing damageBoasting that the MTS Centre is the loudest in the NHL comes at a physical cost as it can have a serious impact on your hearing.  Be sure to remind your friend of that when he/she brags that they went to all the home games last season and as a reason why he/she should give you some tickets.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Further proof TV rots mindsEd takes a look at some playoff action and comes up with some thoughts as well as questions for his readers.  His Jets related pondering takes into account the play of IceCaps rookie Eddie Pasquale and how that might impact the Jets decision to offer veteran Chris Mason a contract for next season.  Americans top Swedes 3-2, Canada doubles up Switzerland 4-2 in WorldsJim Slater scored the first goal early in the contest and Andrew Ladd and Evander Kane worked well together on a line, as Kane set up Ladd for the 2nd goal of the game.

Jets official site:  Behind the Scenes – Athletic Therapy.  Missed this article from yesterday giving you a behind the scenes peek at the Jets athletic therapy crew.

Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:

The Telegram:  Trotter scores twice, IceCaps down PenguinsThe Brandon, Manitoba product led his team to victory last night as they improved to 3-0 in front of the Whiteout wearing Mile One home crowd in these playoffs.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:  Baby Penguins lose Game 1The Pens got out to a 1 goal lead, but were unable to maintain control of the game and were dropped by the Caps.

Stanley Cup news:

New York Daily News:  Approaching Rangers’ Game 3, Torts get shortI’m not sure why he even bothers doing pre or post game interviewsWhen you see what the New York media has to go through to get quotes from the coach, you sure have to give them respect if they can get anything noteworthy.

Washington Post:  Capitals seek to stick to their planWill the Dale Hunter game plan still bring some magic?

Arizona News:  Coyotes look to take stranglehold on seriesCoach Tippett has this team running like a well oiled machineWill they be able to maintain this dominance or will the Preds regain the form many expected them to have at the start of this series?

The Tennessean:  Predators never hesitate in difficult decisionsShows a certain level of confidence in your organization, that you can suspend 2 players when down 2 games in the 2nd round of the playoffs.

Star-Ledger:  Without Ilya Kovalchuk, the Devils are going to need David Clarkson’s grit more than everThe Devils sure didn’t look like they were missing a 100 million dollar player last night.

Philadelphia Daily Inquirer:  Bryzgalov stands tall, then shrinksAppears the Flyers decided to take the night off after scoring the first goal of the night.