Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers on December 23, 2012 — No Comments

Jets & Affiliate news:

Twitter:  Don Cherry tweets about Evander Kane situationThis morning Don sent about 5 tweets saying he supports Kane and that he was simply joking around but hopes tax man wasn’t watching.
Cherry tweet

Globe and Mail:  Aucoin’s four-point outing guides Marlies past IceCaps The Caps failed to win the second game of the back-to-back in Toronto last night.

Coloradoan:  Colorado’s home roll continues with sweep of BakersfieldFinding ways to win against the weaker teams is important, especially as the Eagles get ready to embark on a 6 game road trip following the Christmas holidays.

News Reporter:  Rookie goalie Adam Brown finding a groove for ColoradoWith all the missing players up front, Colorado is getting some much needed help in-between the pipes.

CBA news:

Edmonton Journal:  Hamrlik stands by his criticism of NHLPA, still hopes for compromise solutionI really respect the fact that Hamrlik hasn’t backed away from his comments.

National Post:  Don Cherry confident lockout will be over within weeksThe Coach is confident that we will see NHL hockey again this year (technically next year).  What do you think?

CBC:  NHL sides talk by phone, no meetings scheduledBoth waiting till the last minute to get this done.  Terrific.

World Juniors:

Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Finns score four third-period goals, beat U.S. 5-1. The Jets draft pick picked up an assist on the lone U.S. goal in the loss to the Finns on Saturday.

Courtesy of Team USA Hockey

Courtesy of Team USA Hockey

Calgary Herald:  Canada beats Sweden in junior warm-upIt wasn’t a pretty win but a nice shootout victory.

Toronto Star:  Canada spot-on with Steve Spott as coachNot the conventional way to get to Team Canada but Steve Spott has worked hard to get to his present position.

TSN:  Boone Jenner isn’t sure what else he could have doneNot surprisingly the Canadian players believe the hit was  fair and doesn’t merit further disciplinary action.