Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

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Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets merchandise scores top dollar in league salesAs Geoff says, it is difficult to walk more than a few feet in Winnipeg without seeing someone wearing Jets gear.  And the MTS Centre was packed with fans wearing the new jerseys and hats, so the Jets brand being tops in the NHL this past season is hardly a surprise.

Affiliate news – St. John’s IceCaps:

Official Site:  Celebrating a successful first seasonSelling out 46 straight home games and capturing the minds of hockey fans throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, it is safe to say, the IceCaps had a very successful inaugural season.

Stanley Cup news:

Star-Ledger:  Devils win Game 4 by bridging young and old as Martin Brodeur and Adam Henrique star.

Star-Ledger:  Devils’ Adam Henrique continues to show poise beyond his years.

Star-Ledger:  Have NBC broadcasters been fair and balanced?

L.A. Times:  Kings miss several chances to put away Devils.

L.A. Times:  The Devils made the Kings lose it.

General NHL news:

Globe and Mail:  Patrick Roy speaks on Habs coaching jobOr perhaps the former Canadiens great is holding out for a position with the potential franchise in Quebec City.

Globe and Mail:  Burke says he’s staying on Maples LeafsThe rumour mill in Toronto is on overdrive with the latest Burke gossip.