Jets news: A busy summer before switching divisions. Have better lotto odds than 6/49 buyers. Guy with ‘C’ the MVP. Lotto chances for Jets are slim to none. Five Jets questions that need answers. Crown corporations still getting Jets tickets. Captain Ladd to compete at world hockey championship in Sweden and Finland.
Jets news: Odds of winning the draft lottery. Making the grade for the Jets. Higher learning. 12-13 Season Recap Video.
Jets prospect news: Game 7 between Mark Scheifele and Austen Brassard goes Monday.
NHL news: Dallas fires GM Joe Nieuwendyk. All 16 teams decided for the playoffs; seeds still to be determined.
Jets news: Jets not cup contenders. Power play struggles in loss. Penguins pound Jets, but Winnipeg remains six points ahead of Carolina in Southeast. Winnipeg Jets didn’t look all that interested against Penguins. Tangradi happier in Winnipeg.
Jets affiliate and prospect news: Mark Scheifele, Zach Hall and Anthony Camara are Brothers in Arms. Broncos captain Lowry and Iginla family friend reflects on deal.
NHL news: Imagination soars at playoff possibilities after Sens shutout Rangers. Latest white knight in Coyotes saga will want incentives. Time for Flames to be more careful.
Reminder—The Illegal Curve team contributed a number of articles for the 2011-2012 Winnipeg Jets Annual. You can pre-order the magazine, before it hits news-stands, here Winnipeg Free Press: Jets give tryout to former NHL goalie David Aebischer—Like the article states, he is a longshot to make the team, but the risk is non-existent so why [...]
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets trade for some toughness, add to forward depth—As we opined in yesterday’s analysis of the trade, anytime you can trade a fringe AHL player (Esposito) for a fringe NHL player (McArdle), that’s a proverbial no-brainer. News around the NHL Canadian Press: A few intriguing names still available in free agency—Sometimes the [...]
Wednesday Morning NHL Papers (Western Conference): Mike Commodore and Erik Johnson both healthy scratches, the Coyotes aren’t fading and the Pat Quinn may be a tad emotional tonight
This morning in the Western Conference, Cristobal Huet is pulled, Danny Cleary hopes to return soon, Martin Erat is injured, Adam Foote continues to produce, Kevin Bieksa is injured, Teemu Selanne could return next week and much more after the jump.
Wednesday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Players eagerly awaiting Team Canada’s Olympic announcement, Jason Chimera likes his new linemates and previewing the Winter Classic
This morning in the Eastern Conference, Rangers hoping Chris Higgins can turn up game, Penguins blow big lead, Drew Stafford responds to benching, Habs have good feeling, Ron Wilson doesn’t like pre-game skates, Tampa finally getting production from Tanguay and Lecavalier and much more after the jump.
Tuesday Morning NHL Papers (Western Conference): Oilers need to clean house, Don Maloney deserves credit for Coyotes’ success and Brian Campbell is turning it around
This morning in the Western Conference, Ville Leino scratched again, Predators need to improve on special teams, Flames’ line changes work, Chuck Kobasew out for a while, Kings could be fading, Joe Thornton’s success and much more after the jump.