Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Winnipeg Jets on March 2, 2014 — No Comments

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Jetstream blogKen empties his notebook and we take a peek inside to gain some insight into the Jets big win in Nashville last nightPlenty to read in this post, which is good because it’s a lazy Sunday so peruse and enjoy.

Winnipeg Free Press:  For Jets’ penalty kill, it’s a case of practice makes perfectThey are way more aggressive on the penalty kill.  In addition to using speedy players like Wheeler and Kane it has changed the way the team kills penalty and they now sit sixth in the NHLHelped that Pavelec was on his game yesterday.
Pavelec makes the save

Winnipeg Free Press:  Can you say ‘playoffs?’. If you are unable to do so there are plenty of fans who are currently counting their chickens. Still not going to be easy but if the team keeps winning they are going to put themselves into a very good position.

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets earn separation in standings with big win over PredatorAlways important to put as much distance as you can between yourself and the teams trying to catch you.  A clean two points certainly doesn’t hurt.

TSN:  Jets’ penalty kill a potent and valuable weaponFrom high above the ice surface at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Dennis assess the Jets win.

The Tennessean:  Postgame thoughtsAlways good to read the assessment by the other side and Josh gives his thoughts on the loss and what it means to the Predators.

Manitoba Hockey News:  Should I stay or should I go?  Maurice holds chips in contract situationScott offers some thoughts on what could be holding up the Jets getting the name of their temporary bench boss on a shiny, new contract.

Jets 3 Predators 1:

Coach Maurice post-game.  Following the win, coach met with the media to talk about the game, his goalie and more.

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

IceCaps news:

The Telegram:  St. John’s goalie makes 42 saves in 1-0 win at Mile OneWin big.  Win small.  They do it all.  The IceCaps ripped off their sixth straight win last night.

Illegal Curve Hockey Show:

Part 1:  Winnipeg Jets – What will they do before the NHL Trade Deadline?  St. Louis Blues acquire Ryan Miller.  Central Division Trade Deadline Preview.  Pacific Division Trade Deadline Preview.  Interview with Craig Custance of ESPN.  Pacific Division Preview.

Part 2Eastern Conference Preview.  Atlantic Division preview.  Atlantic Division Preview.  Metropolitan Division.
Metropolitan Division continued.  Rapid Fire, Cheers & Jeers