Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Winnipeg Free Press: Telegin in town, but will miss camp with injury. Oh right, that other guy from the Barrie Colts with a ton of talent!
Winnipeg Free Press: Learning what it takes to be a pro. From the scrum that was held with Jimmy Roy after the skate yesterday, he seems to have done a lot of research into the best ways to run a Development Camp. Obviously the results of his methods won’t be known for a few years but it appears to be as good as an approach as any. If you’d like to hear what Roy had to say, we have him plus Sutter and Schiefele in our Day 1 audio clips.
Winnipeg Free Press: When you’re a Sutter, certain things are expected. There can be both pros and cons to having name brand recognition.
Winnipeg Sun: Draft-pick Trouba welcomed to Winnipeg. Appears that the Jets first round picks are adopting the #45 as their first jersey number. Trouba looked good on the ice although he was unable to bring his noted physicality into play.
Winnipeg Sun: Georgia-born Jets prospect looks for second chance. Life is all about learning from your mistakes, both on and off the ice.
Winnipeg Sun: Kitchener Rangers sue student newspaper. Memo to self, don’t publish any news about Kitchener Rangers. They mean business. Trouba in the scrum put the rumours to rest once and for all when he declared he is going to the University of Michigan next year.
Winnipeg Free Press: Hundreds of fans attend Jets development camp opening. A pretty good atmosphere if you wanted to get out of the +30 temperatures to enjoy the cool MTS IcePlex. Lots of fans, young and old, took in Day 1 of the Development Camp.
Illegal Curve: Development Camp roster. If you are curious who is attending camp and what number they are wearing we have you covered.
Illegal Curve: Reviewing Olli Jokinen’s Assists in 2011-12. Richard reviews the 38 assists he had during the 2011-12 season.
Toronto Sun: Doan to start considering offers? Looks like pretty much half the league are in the Shane Doan sweepstakes. Where would he be best served going?
Arizona Republic: Opponents of Phoenix Coyotes deal miss deadline. Will the drama in the desert ever end? Your guess is as good as ours.
ESPN: Wild moves making Minnesota a major NHL market. St. Paul, Minnesota will be a place to be seen next season as the return to relevance continues courtesy of these major signings.
Illegal Procedure: Winnipeg Blue Bombers Papers. If you are a fan of CFL football, check out our other site, which gives you all the latest Bombers news.