Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

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Jets & Affiliate news:

Winnipeg Free Press: 10 big questions for the year to come.  A number of which are Jets related.

IceCaps next game is on Friday, December 28th at Hamilton.

IceCaps official site:  Christmas with Clarkie part 2 (video).  Kevin Clark speaks with Carl Klingberg, Dean Arsene and Zach Redmond about their plans for the holidays, family traditions, and their favourite Christmas memories.
Christmas with Clarkie

CBA news:

TSN:  Lockout hits Day 103 with silence between two sidesWell at least both sides are speaking.  Oh wait….

Boston.com:  As lockout drags on, businesses around TD Garden and elsewhere in the region are hurtingIf you’ve forgotten the true victims in this lockout, here are some further examples in the Boston market.

ESPN:  10 ways for NHL to recover from lockoutFirst end the lockout and then we can discuss recovering from it.

NHL news:

Globe and Mail:  A lesson in NHL chemistryThe Oilers are going to be a very scary team in the near future.

Phoenix Business Journal:  Phoenix Coyotes stand to turn profit if they stay off the iceIt seems like Jamison has been closing this deal forever, forever, forever.  Won’t it be nice when this Phoenix deal gets resolved one way or another.

World Juniors:

TSN:  Canada enjoys early production from “Lockout Line”Jets fans should be happy with seeing Mark Scheifele, the future face of the franchise, having early success with his two linemates.

CBC:  Cherry hits back at Nail Yakupov for calling Canadians ‘dirty’If there is one thing you do not do around Donald Cherry is make disparaging remarks about Canadian hockey.

National Post:  Russia opens with slim overtime victory over SlovakiaAllowing the Slovaks to send it to OT cost Russia a point as the OT victory only gave them 2 points, instead of the 3 you get if you win in regulation.

College Hockey News:  Team USA faces tough road at World JuniorsJets fans will be interested to pay attention to Jacob Trouba as he will be counted on to help Team USA when they face the highly talented teams in their group.