Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

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Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  New documents show Winnipeg Jets tickets given to liquor executives.  That’s always nice to see.  Anyone shocked that this program is being abused?

National Post:  Some hope left for NHL in Canada.  Always good for a laugh, Sean McIndoe from Down Goes Brown, brings hope to fans of NHL teams in Canada.  Don’t think fans in the Peg’ are going to be returning this team anytime soon.

Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:

The Telegram:  Fourth was tough, fifth will be tougher.  While they might have a stranglehold on the series, you cannot take any team too lightly in the playoffs.

Stanley Cup news:

Star-Ledger:  Ryan Carter jokes about playoff mustache and food poisoning.  When you are up 3-1 in a series, you need to keep loose and the Devils appear to have no problems accomplishing this.

Philadelphia Daily Inquirer:  Paying for Giroux’s mistake.  Losing arguably their best player, the Flyers have a tall mountain to climb in order to come back against New Jersey.

Last night’s action:

Arizona Republic:  Coyotes defeat Nashville, advance to 3rd round.  Left for dead by everyone, the little team that couldn’t appears to be overcoming all the off-ice obstacles and mowing down their opponents. Next up a Conference Finals date with the Kings.

New York Daily News:  Rangers looking like Big Blue.  Seven seconds away from being down 3-2, but instead they tie it and win in OT.  Is this Rangers team a team of destiny?