Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Winnipeg Free Press: It could be NHLers’ last Olympics. Fans love seeing their favourite NHLers playing in the Olympics but the cost associated with insuring players is extremely high and might see the NHL pull out from participation. Gary mentions how a player like Evander Kane will want to do what it takes to get noticed by Steve Yzerman and company. Do you believe Kane has an outside shot at making Team Canada?
Kamloops This Week: JC Lipon breaks brother’s teeth with bodycheck. Fans will be happy to know that if he won’t not hit his brother, than opposing players had best keep their head up when this 2013 draft pick of the Jets is on the ice.
Globe and Mail: All talk and no on-ice action as Team Canada opens camp for Sochi. You can bet that the Team Canada brain trust will be assessing the players once the season begins very, very closely.
Illegal Curve Hockey Show:
Replay: Opening of the show. Jets at the Young Stars Tournament. Mark Scheifele interview. Discussing the role of Mark Scheifele on the Jets next season. Interview with Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Talking about the Roberto Luongo interview on TSN. Signing of Mikhail Grabovski by the Washington Capitals. NHL news & notes. (Douglas Murray signing by Habs, Selanne watch in Anaheim). Bodychecking segment as well as violence in hockey. Ranking of the Winnipeg Jets uniform. Cheers & Jeers.