Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers on May 6, 2012 — No Comments

Jets news:

New York Times:  U.S. defeats Canada in World Championships.  Jim Slater again got things started for the Americans and Evander Kane scored an unassisted goal for Team Canada.  First U.S. victory over Canada since 2001.  Here is the boxscore.

Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:

The Telegram:  Pasquale’s one cool IceCapsYou could sense even back in training camp he was a cool customer.  The young rookie netminder has forced many to take notice of his play this season.

The Telegram:  Trotter, Pasquale lead IceCaps to OT victorySt. John’s general manager Craig Heisinger is looking pretty, pretty, pretty good for his acquisition of an injured Brock Trotter back in March.  Trotter has 4 of the 6 goals for the IceCaps in their 2nd Round series with the Baby Penguins.

Stanley Cup news:

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Blues face daunting odds against KingsThe odds are against the team from Missouri but coach Ken Hitchcock will have his troops ready for Game 4.

L.A. Times:  Kings have a chance to make historyIs this a team of destiny?  Will we see another 8th seed in the Stanley Cup Finals?

Philadelphia Daily Inquirer:  Underdog mentality may help FlyersAs good as Philly was in Round 1, they have been lacking in the 2nd Round.  They need a big attitude adjustment to take back control from a very determined Devils team.

Star-Ledger:  Devils hold an optional skate; Martin Brodeur turns 40Always impressive when your veteran goalie shows up for the optional skate.  Young guys could learn from his worth ethic.  Says he still has years to play.