Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets a bullet short in shootout. Unfortunately the Jets brought a BB gun to this gun fight with a team that is filled with heavy artillery.
Winnipeg Free Press: Penguins quick on the draw. While winning that draw ultimately led to the game winning goal there were numerous ways the Jets blew this game in the 3rd period.
Winnipeg Sun: Little things trip up Jets. In-game adjustments are necessary to prevent things like this happening. In this instance not being able to adapt led to the game winning goal.
Winnipeg Sun: Watching the Jets try to fly with Penguins painful stuff. While Pittsburgh certainly had a number of defensive lapses (that should be a concern for Pens fans) trying to get into a race with a team that has that much horsepower is a big, big mistake.
TSN: Jets pay the price for giving Pens chance after chance. From his perch up in the press box Dennis assess the Jets 6-5 loss to the Penguins.
Pittsburgh Tribune: Morning Java. The senior writer for the Tribune with a noted affinity for all things Winnipeg writes some very interesting tidbits about the Penguins players assessment of the Jets and their ‘system’ (or lack thereof). Very notable and somewhat surprising that another team’s veteran players are prepared to make such statements. (Starts midway in the post)
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Coach Claude Noel post-game: Coach Noel met with the media following the game against Pittsburgh.
Jets on a Deadline: Game recaps, post-game audio, video highlights and the NHL.com 3 Stars of the night.
The Telegram: IceCaps scuttle Pirates 3-1 in AHL play. While the parent club is struggling things are going well down on the farm as they ripped off their third straight win on home ice and fourth in last five games. Eddie Pasquale had another good game winning his 13th game of the season.