Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on October 27, 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. As soon as the site is updated we notify you via twitter @illegalcurve and Facebook.

Note II: For away games we have our #ICGWG contest. 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 Setoguchi).

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets get out of town fastThe Jets have taken 3 out of 4 road points so far and it will be important to continue those winning ways by picking up a critical couple of points in the back end of the back to back.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Pavelec lone star in TexasHe was simply sensational last night.
Ondrej Pavelec v2

Winnipeg Free Press:  Confidence slowly building on the roadThe play on the ice has been pretty good through two games but maintaining consistency will be critical for this squad.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Peluso takes Olli’s odd advice after first goalWho says superstitions aren’t still alive and well in the year 2013.

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets down Stars in shootout Who said this team cannot win a shootout?  They looked quite good last night, especially the captain Andrew Ladd who is now 3 for 3 on the season.

Winnipeg Sun:  Come up big in the big DThe time for chatter was over and the Jets showed that they could finally put out an effort on the ice that matched the talk in the dressing room.

Illegal Curve:  Coach Noel post-gameAssessment of the game.  Resiliency of his team.  The play of Ondrej Pavelec.  Importance of the extra point.  Energized squad.  Anyone in particular stand out?

Jets next opponent (Colorado Avalanche) news:

Denver Post:  Avalanche exceeding expectations by farDatar breaks down how Colorado has made it to 9 and 1 ten games into this season.

Denver Post:  Matt Duchene loves fast-pace system and personal style of Patrick RoyIf you want a couple of the answers to the above question they are right here in the title of this article.