Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers on May 14, 2013 — No Comments

Note: Reminder that if any Stanley Cup Playoff games go to overtime, we will be having our #ICOTpool contest. Similar to the #ICGWG contest in that you pick one player (total) from either team and @ tweet us (@illegalcurve) with your selection as well as the hashtag #ICOTpool. Winner gets IC Gear.

Jets, prospect and World Championship news:

IIHF:  Canada needs OT to beat SloveniaJets captain Andrew Ladd failed to get on the score sheet and ended the game with two shots on netIf you want to catch the highlights, click here.

The Coloradoan:  Colorado Eagles drop affiliation with Winnipeg JetsProbably makes sense to have your ECHL affiliate close to the AHL organization.  Colorado and St. John’s aren’t exactly in the same neighborhood.

Globe and Mail:  Horvat buzzer beater gives Knights OHL crownDespite a heroic effort, including tying the game late in the 3rd period, without both Jets prospect Mark Scheifele and Anthony Camara who was suspended, the Colts came up just short.  In fact they lost with 0.1 seconds remaining on the clock.  The London Knights win back-to-back OHL Championships.  Mark Scheifele finished the playoffs with 41 points (15 goals, 26 assists) in 21 gamesNow that his Junior career is officially over, Jets fans can now speculate what next season will look like for the 2011 First Round pick.
Mark Scheifele #55

Stanley Cup news:

Scores:  Bruins 5 Leafs 4 in OT | Rangers 5 Capitals 0
Games: Senators @ Penguins | Sharks @ Kings

Bruins 5 Leafs 4 in OT (Boston wins series 4-3):

Boston Herald:  One for history books.

Boston Herald:  Focused Rask better off than first Game 7.

Boston Herald:  Bruins emotionally drained after dramatic win.

CBC:  Playoff dreams dashed for Maple Leafs and their fans.

ESPN:  Despite loss, Leafs headed in right direction.

Globe and Mail:  Meltdown in Beantown sees Maple Leafs eliminated in overtime of Game 7.

Rangers 5 Capitals 0 (NY wins series 4-3):

New York Times:  One-sided ending to a tense playoff duel.

ESPN:  Lundqvist leads Rangers to Game 7 victory.

Washington Times:  Alex Ovechkin endures ‘frustrating’ series vs. Rangers.

Washington Examiner:  Referees play no role in Capitals’ Game 7 breakdown.