Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on November 9, 2013 — 1 Comment

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Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  Kane reluctant to discuss ‘healthy-scratch’ controversy.   It was clear the forward was done chatting about it when the question was posed following practice.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Sharp Jets prey on PredatorsIt was a great 1st period of action.  Perhaps the best starting period the Jets have played as they dismantled the Predators in the opening twenty minutes.  They put it into cruise for the remaining forty, which wasn’t a big shocker.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Game breakersCouple of things that turned the game in the Jets favour, specifically the play of Bryan Little and Ondrej Pavelec.
Jets score against Hutton

Winnipeg Free Press:  Ex-Jet Housley remembers close-knit squad in return to cityI remember when we had him on the radio back when it was announced that the Jets would be returning and he was incredibly excited for the return of the NHL to a city he remembered so fondly.

Winnipeg Sun:   Jets, Buff get monkey off their backsWhile Buff believed he had finally scored a goal we originally (and correctly it turns out) thought Tangradi had tipped the puck past Hutton.  Either way it was funny to see the big man react to finally ‘breaking’ his scoreless drought.  Instead he adds another assist to his total.

Winnipeg Sun:  Kane should have taken high road, not pouring fuel on fireHe clearly wants to play and that is his motivation but it would have been an easy answer to deflect from the media and instead he chose to make it biggerPaul also looks at winning cures all, a fan in coach Trotz, Olli’s best game and Little as MVP.

Winnipeg Sun:  Kane says he was a healthy scratch in ChicagoAs coach Noel has often said, players will always say they are healthy and ready to play but he has to think of the long term ramifications of sending out a player before they are ready to return to the game.

IceCaps news:

The Telegram:  IceCaps unseat MonarchsWas it the fancy new third jersey on display that helped St. John’s overcome the 1st place Monarchs?  Probably not, but the team looked spiffy nonetheless in the new duds.

NHL news:

Edmonton Journal:  Oilers sign goalie Ilya Bryzgalov, deal Ladislav Smid and prospect to Flames The buzz in the press box last night was what would Edmonton do next.  There were plenty of fake twitter rumours flying but in the end they signed Ilya ‘here’s like the North Pole’ Bryzgalov and made a trade with their Provincial rivals.

Jets on a Deadline – Jets 5 Predators 0:
Jetrs beat Preds 5-0

Winnipeg Jets: Olli Jokinen, Bryan Little, Andrew Ladd and Ondrej Pavelec.

Nashville Predators: Coach Trotz, Viktor Stalberg, Shea Weber and Seth Jones.

Coach Noel post-game. Coach Noel met with the media following the game against Nashville.

Post-game podcast from the Press box. Host Drew Mindell and Analyst Richard Pollock break down the Jets play against the Predators.

Jets on a DeadlineGame recaps, post-game audio, video highlights and the 3 Stars of the night.

One response to “Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers”

  1. masterjuddi says:

    Jets should sign Vinny Prospal to help with their PP. The guy can play both C and LW and last year had 30 pts in 48 games with CLB including 7 on the PP, plus he’s a Czech which is a bonus.
    He could take Tangradi’s spot and would probably come cheap. How much longer is the “potential” of Tangradi going to warrant a spot in the lineup? The guy couldnt score with Malkin and Crosby, why do the JEts think he’ll all-of-a-sudden a everyday NHLer? Waive him and sign Prospal.

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