Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on November 19, 2013 — 3 Comments

Jets news:

TSN:  A missed call.  Hear former NHL referee Kerry Fraser give his assessment on the play that led to Calgary’s shorthanded goal in which we saw an NBA style pick and roll on Dustin Byfuglien and leading to a goal against the Jets.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Players raise eyebrows at officiatingWhile you got the sense of skepticism in the room following the shootout loss at some of the calls (as well as the non-calls i.e. the basketball like pick which led to the Flames shorthanded goal) players are well versed enough to know what will and will not make them lighter in the pocketbook.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Pavs to Czech out Sochi.  As we get closer and closer to the Winter Olympics the chatter is only going to heat up.  Not surprisingly both Pavelec and Frolik will be Czeching out the Olympics for their squad.

Winnipeg Sun:  Dustin Byfuglien a major force all over the ice for JetsIt was one of those evenings when you could tell the Jets big man was taking the game over.  He was everywhere last night, including a end of the 2nd period melee where he took on two Flames.
Buff strong

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets and Flames go back to the futureSometimes tedious sometimes exciting, last night’s game had it all according to Paul.  He also looks at the Jets sell out streak, Trouba’s revelation and coach Noel’s foresight.

Winnipeg Sun:  Resilient Jets still view shootout loss as point lost instead of point gainedWhile it may be a pessimistic way of looking at things, the reality is when you are leaving points on the table against Western Conference teams, you can’t really look at it any other way.  One has to appreciate the candor with which Olli Jokinen speaks post-game.

Winnipeg Sun:  Flames burn Jets in eight-round shootoutWhen will the shootout ever end?  Unfortunately for Jets fans the 10-minute misconduct that Bryan Little was handed as OT concluded meant one of their better shooters was unavailable.

Jets on a Deadline – Flames 5 Jets 4 in SO:
Jets lose to Flames in SO

Winnipeg JetsAl Montoya, Olli Jokinen, Bryan Little and Andrew Ladd.

Calgary Flames Coach Hartley, Reto Barra, Lee Stempniak and Sean Monahan.

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

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

Jets on a Deadline.  Game recaps, post-game audio, video highlights and the NHL.com 3 Stars of the night.

  • hackjob

    Friesen is a hackjob. Please, please don’t post his articles, they sully your otherwise great site. I realize that it is my discretion whether to read them or not, but when have you ever considered one of his articles to be a contribution to an actual discussion?

  • David Minuk

    Thanks for your input. At IC we aggregate all Jets related news that is put into the papers. While you might not agree with his viewpoint the best option as you’ve suggested is to simply ignore those articles.

    On flip side, we appreciate the compliment about our site and welcome you to voice your opinion in the future.

  • hackjob

    Fair enough. Thanks for the response David.