Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on January 22, 2014 — No Comments

Note:  Tune into NHL Mid-Week tonight from 6-8 pm on TSN 1290 Winnipeg for all the latest Jets and NHL news.  Guests: Leith Dunick (Thunder Bay News) and David Pollak (San Jose Mercury News).

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets get the last quackNice to see the Jets not panic when they had a lead.  They didn’t change their style and while they were clearly dominated by Anaheim throughout much of the game all that matters is walking out with two clean points.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Maurice a keeper, says guy who fired him — twiceInteresting to read what Maurice’s former GM had to say about the Jets bench boss.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets’ boss ‘very pleased’ with new head coachDifficult to not be pleased when you see the results that he has achieved to date.
Maurice behind the bench

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets down DucksIt was a momentous win last night and Ken recaps all the action.

Jets 3 Ducks 2:

Coach Paul Maurice post-gameCoach Maurice met with the media following the game against Anaheim.

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

IceCaps news:

The Telegram:  Williams not surprised IceCaps could leave St. John’s.  Danny Williams, IceCaps CEO and former premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, spoke about the move.

Winnipeg Free Press:  AHL team could move to Thunder Bay says ChipmanChipman was on the trip to Anaheim and met with reporters to address the rumours.

Illegal Curve:  Mark Chipman talks about potential of moving Jets AHL franchise to Thunder Bay (audio).  Discussing the reports of a potential move from St. John’s to Thunder Bay.  What’s the timeline?  If it was to go ahead for Thunder Bay, any idea when?  Thunder Bay would have its own travel challenges would it not?  What is the arena project they are building?  Who else is part of the group?  Can St. John’s survive?

Illegal Curve:  Are the Jets considering a move from St. John’s to Thunder BayNews broke this AM that True North was considering a move of their AHL franchise from St. John’s to Thunder Bay.