Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Illegal Curve: Yesterday’s news. While it appears the writers are taking a day off, there were a lot of Jets links in yesterday’s news in case you missed anything.
Columbus Dispatch: A lengthy lockout could cost Columbus All-Star game. As if Columbus hasn’t had enough to deal with, they could miss out on an opportunity to showcase their city.
New York Post: Can’t Bett’ on honesty. Honesty in collective bargaining? Perish the thought.
Chicago Tribune: Players ‘interested, focused and sober’ over contract talks. Fehr is trying to ensure that he has his players unified behind his plan. And based on what former Devils star Bobby Holik said on yesterday’s Illegal Curve Hockey Show on TSN Radio 1290 (listen below), it would seem like the players have a lot of confidence in Fehr.
Kenora Daily Minor and News: Kenora’s King, Mike Richards brings Stanley Cup home. It appears the entire town of Kenora turned out to see their favoured son return home with some impressive hardware.
Detroit Free Press: Wings’ chances for success healthier with a healthy Helm. Helm has blazing speed and it appears the St. Andrews, Manitoba product is becoming more important for the Winged Wheel.
TSN: Islanders say Visnovsky uninjured after auto accident. Good to hear that he is well.
Illegal Curve Hockey Show replay:
Part 1: Intro, CBA Negotiations Discussion. CBA Negotiations continued. Interview with Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer. Signings this week.
Part 2: Interview with Bobby Holik of HolikOnHockey.com. Discussion on the remaining Unrestricted Free Agents. Off ice issues. Rapid Fire, Cheers & Jeers.
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