Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on October 15, 2013 — No Comments

Note: Following today’s Jets Papers, you can ensure you are up to speed with our game preview written by Ezra Ginsburg. After the game, be sure to check us out for all the post-game reaction including audio from both dressing rooms and our post-game podcast from the press box. As soon as the site is updated we notify you via twitter @illegalcurve and Facebook.

Note II: For home games we have both our #ICGWG and #IC5050 contests. Make sure to @ tweet @illegalcurve with your guess. Remember that for your vote to qualify you must send in your guess using a hashtag (#). (i.e. #ICGWG Frolik & #IC5050 $35,800.00).

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  Getting hang of Pearn’s penalty-killing systemBuying into a new system is never easy although having someone like Frolik who brings a lot of PK knowledge to this team helps quite a bit.

Winnipeg Free Press:  In the NHL, there’s a Monet on every maskIt is always interesting to speak to goalies about the thought behind their NHL masks Any guesses as to the mask featured here?

Peter Mannino goalie mask

Winnipeg Sun:  Rookie Trouba doesn’t look out of place on Jets bluelineHe is playing heavy minutes and being used in all situations by his coach.  He certainly doesn’t look like a player who never played an NHL game previous to this season.

Winnipeg Sun:  Call Montoya Mr. ZeroInteresting stat that he achieves his shutouts in the first game of the season.

CBC:  5 things to watch as Jets take on MontrealJeff looks at the Jets bad luck against Habs, testing the PK, the other P.K. Olympic hopeful and Pavs return.

IceCaps news:

The Telegram:  ‘Caps lose two on the roadNo time to panic in St. John’s as the season is still very early for team with so many new faces.

Jets next opponent (Montreal Canadiens) news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  Yackety yak! Subban’s backI found Subban to be a pretty engaging player whenever Montreal has come to town.

Montreal Gazette:   Daniel Brière dropped to Canadiens’ fourth lineOne moment you are on the fourth line, the next it can be the second.