Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
Note: The Jets ended their two-game road trip last night in Denver with a 3-2 OT loss to the Avalanche. Today, they have the day off before they begin to prepare for three straight at Bell MTS Place. The team will return to practice on Thursday as they prepare to face the Sabres on Friday.
Note II: The Moose held a community practice yesterday and today they are back at the IcePlex for a 10 am practice.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets fall in overtime again, earn important point, but fourth-period struggles continue. Despite the firepower on this squad 3 on 3 hockey continues to cause this team problems. Ken recaps the contest.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets lose 3-2 in OT to Avalanche in Buff’s return. (Paywall). Jeff breaks down the game from last night.
Denver Post: Avalanche beats Jets in overtime on Erik Johnson’s winning shot. Read about the game from the perspective of a writer that covers Colorado.
TSN: Laine on track to become NHL’s next premier sniper. No surprise that the Finnish sniper continues to impress in his sophomore season.
Sportsnet: Jets and Hurricanes on the radar to play in Finland next season. NHL insider Elliotte Friedman joins David Amber to talk about the Winnipeg Jets being on the radar to play in Europe next season.
Murat Ates of the Athletic joins Andrew Paterson and Rick Ralph on the Afternoon Ride. They discuss the Jets players that have stepped up in Mark Scheifele’s absence, the effectiveness of the Jets bottom six forwards and the improved defensive play by the team.
Moose assistant coach Eric Dubois joins Andrew Paterson and Rick Ralph on the Afternoon Ride. They discuss the Moose’s weekend series vs. San Jose, Michael Hutchinson’s play this season, what he’s seen from Jack Roslovic and Mason Appleton’s impressive start to his pro career.