NHL Morning Papers
Time for Cheveldayoff to Use His Chips—The Jets GM has been relatively quiet the past two off-seasons. The time has come for him to become a more active player in the free agent and trade markets.
Will 13 Be Lucky or a Curse for the Jets?—Ed Tait with a look at the Jets myriad of options with the 13th overall pick.
Time for the Jets to Stop Treading Water—This weekend’s draft will certainly avail the Jets of the opportunity to re-shape the franchise, and increase the organisational depth they have been lamenting for the past two years.
What the Jets Currently Have—With all the focus this weekend on the future, it’s important to look at the future in the prism of what the Jets have in the present.
When the NHL Draft Goes Awry—A look back at some of the stranger events in previous NHL Drafts.
A Clear Cut Top Three—Having to choose between Jones, MacKinnon and Drouin is a good problem to have.
A Look Back at the 2003 Draft—Looking back ten years, at a draft that changed the direction of a number of franchises.
Seth Jones: A Profile—Taking a look at the player widely expected to be taken in the top 3 of this weekend’s draft.
Schneider on the Block?—With the Canucks not getting any traction on a Luongo trade, the Canucks are reportedly kicking the tires on trading Corey Schneider.
Poile Takes the Reigns—David Poile, his protégé, Ray Shero, and Brian Burke will be the brain trust for the U.S. team at the Sochi Olympics
56 over 8 is not enough for Letang—If the report is true that Kris Letang turned down $56 million over 8 years from the Penguins, expect to see him dealt this weekend at the draft.