Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Winnipeg Free Press: Assistant coach focusing on boosting Jets’ man advantage — with early results. It is a bit early in the season to start really making any solid determinations as to whether the Jets are making significant gains, however if they can maintain this pace, it will be a big step forward for this club.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets have bigger things to worry about than Bogo’s gaffe. The team has a number of bigger issues than a mistake by the dependable Bogosian and thankfully for coach Noel and company he has a few days to try and right the ship before his team plays in St. Paul on Thursday.
The Telegram: Kichton adapting quickly. There is a lot of excitement as fans learn more and more about the depth of the prospect pool in the organization. To know what the Jets have coming up the ladder, it is important to stay on top of things in St. John’s.
Illegal Curve: Selanne visit recap. From his 1 am autograph/photo session to his final post-game presser, we have it all covered with pictures, audio (in English and Finnish) and video.
Globe and Mail: Three ways a spin-o-rama shootout goal could be disallowed. Some helpful illustrations. Wonder if the refs have crib notes in their pockets that they could use during the shootout!
Philadelphia Flyer site: Why the coaching change makes sense right now. Anthony will be joining the guys on NHL Mid-Week tomorrow on TSN 1290 Winnipeg to discuss the firing of coach Laviolette as well as all things Flyers.