Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers on May 16, 2012 — No Comments

Jets news:

Hockey’s Future:  Numerous Jets prospects benefiting from extended AHL playoffs.  While not the deepest team of prospects the Jets do have some good core players for the future.

Winnipeg Free Press:  He’s making a list…But Jets GM is checking his draft plan way more than twiceLast year the Jets went off the board when they selected Mark Scheifele.  Will they go the conventional route this year?

TSN:  Off-season game planAn extremely in-depth look at the Jets roster and what sort of moves this team might be making for next seasonHope IceCaps fans enjoyed Postma on The Rock this season because the Alberta native could be spending his next winter in Manitoba.

Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:

The Telegram:  IceCaps will need blockbuster effort against AdmiralsThe Caps are about to face their biggest test of the year.

IceCaps official site:  Face to Face with Ray Sawada Brian Rogers talks to Ray Sawada just before the team leaves for Norfolk, VA for the start of the Eastern Conference Finals.

IceCaps official site:  Face to Face with Mark MorrisonBrian Rogers catches up with IceCaps Assistant Coach Mark Morrison to talk about preparation for the Calder Cup Eastern Conference Finals against the Norfolk Admirals.

Stanley Cup news:

L.A. Times:  Kings take 2-0 series lead over CoyotesThe Jeff Carter show last night was worth the price of admission as both he and Jonathan Quick gave the Kings a stranglehold on the series

Arizona Republic:  Coyotes routed by Kings in Game 2You cannot be that undisciplined and expect to win the game.  The Yotes were uncharacteristic in their penalty taking and as a result lost the game 4-0Here are some stats from NHL.com which doesn’t bode well for Coyotes fans;

Teams have trailed 2-0 in a best-of-seven series a total of 291 times and have come back to win the series on 37 occasions or just 12.7% of the time.

New York Daily News:  McDonagh is looking like a Blueshirt bargainWhere would this team be if they still had Scott Gomez on the team?

Star-Ledger:  Devils also block shots but with a different philosophy than RangersThe Devils are going to have to pick it up in Game 2 if they want to head back to the Swamp with a split.