Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Note: Winnipeg Jets’ schedule changes (all times central) for next season.
Winnipeg Free Press: Is there anybody out there? Still some free agent names out there. Anyone you’d like to see in Jets colours next season?
daveart.com: Fighter Jet mask. What do you think of the new mask for Pavelec? The designer gives you the story behind the design.
Globe and Mail: Is revenue sharing the NHL‘s only answer to avoiding lockout? Shoalts takes an in-depth look at the situation and one possible solution to help fix the current NHL model.
Overtime: Proposing a luxury tax for the next CBA. Our own Richard Pollock with his thoughts on what can be done to move this process along.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Penguins forward Craig Adams remains optimistic about CBA. Putting that Harvard education to good use, Adams is choosing to sit in on the discussions to keep himself informed as the process moves along.
Globe and Mail: Alfredsson back for 17th season with Senators. Even in what will be his 17th season in the NHL, the Sens captain is still able to produce for his team.
Overtime: How the Phoenix Coyotes are winning an unfair game. Good friend to the Illegal Curve Hockey Show, Mike Colligan put together this extremely interesting piece on the inner workings of an NHL club. Must read.
Globe and Mail: Future of Shane Doan, Coyotes ownership set to come to a head. The Coyotes are like Rocky Balboa, every time you think they’ve been knocked out, they somehow keep getting back up. Of course if Jamison isn’t able to save the team in the near future, it would appear that Drago finally knocked out the champ for the last time.
Washington Examiner: Southeast now a division of labor. Conspicuously absent from mention…the Winnipeg Jets. Perhaps the Jets will be the Rodney Dangerfield of the Southeast, unable to get any respect.
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