Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on January 27, 2014 — 1 Comment

Jets news:

TSN:  Tradecentre – Monday’s Report from around the NHL.  Standard fare of Jokinen/Setoguchi as trade bait with Stuart talk as well.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Buff’s miscues minimalNo question he has been mitigated with this move.  Gary also delves into the Michael Frolik RFA situation (something we dealt with in-depth), Stuart’s UFA status and trade deadline talk.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Montoya carries Jets to victory over Blackhawks He was clearly the star of the game as he helped coach Paul Maurice achieve a loft six wins and 1 loss record in his short time with the Jets.
Al Montoya wm

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets pot three in third for unlikely win over HawksWith the shots being completely out of whack and the Jets coming off a back-to-back situation, anyone who expected a 3rd period like that please put up your hand!

Winnipeg Sun:  Fourth time the charm for JetsIt seemed highly unlikely that the Jets would be able to maintain whatever they had mustered against the bottom teams last week as they played three of the top Western Conference teams in past week.  While wins over Anaheim and Toronto were nice the first win in Chicago, a 3rd period comeback no less, was quite the surprise.

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets’ win over Blackhawks all about AlIt is always special to win in your hometown and last night Al Montoya put on quite the performance to secure the win for this team.

ESPN:  Rapid Reaction – Jets 3 Hawks 1Get the perspective of the Jets win from the Chicago side of things.

Jets 3 Hawks 1:

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

IceCaps news:

The Telegram:  IceCaps win their fourth in a rowThe hot streak has the Jets AHL farm club in 7th spot in the Eastern Conference and playing some of their best hockey of the season.

  • Mike Florence

    I don’t see how the Jets can trade Jokinen unless they plan on getting another centre in return. We have no depth at C, especially with Slater still injured. I think they should sign Jokinen. 2 years at $2-2.5 per seems fair. Setoguchi I can see getting rid of though.