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News (6/11) you can use: Latest on Return of the NHL to Winnipeg

National Post:  Winnipeg arena the ‘perfect size’.   Creating a demand for the ticket was a very smart move by True North.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Snyder’s legacy to be carried on.  Very impressive on True North’s behalf and a move that will sit well with fans in Georgia I’m sure.
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Montreal Gazette:  A little advice for the new GM.  Now that’s some good advice.

Ottawa Citizen:  What really is in a name for Winnipeg fans?  After the return of NHL hockey, it is easily the most talked about question for everyone around here.

Winnipeg Sun:  What about Ramsay?  He does deserve an answer, sooner rather than later.

Toronto Sun:  True North mulls honouring former Jets. I don’t think it should even require a mulling.  I’m sure Phoenix won’t have a problem giving back our former players, who never played for that franchise.
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Other News:

The Telegram:  Stan the Man. Always interesting to read about the “unflashy” types who are usually responsible, although not often credited with achieving a deal.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Quebec City ‘Peladome’ on ice. That’s a shame.  Would love to see a Nordiques jersey in near future.


Howling Hockey:  New deal on table.  I don’t understand how the COG hasn’t continued to display a sense of urgency.  While it is true that there aren’t too many ideal destinations for the Coyotes, they should remember that when Carolina moved from Hartford they played a couple of seasons not in Raleigh.  As well you’d have to imagine that the NHL will be drawing down from the additional 25 million that they got from the COG.

Papers Update:

Jets set to begin intense 30 final regular season games.


12 RFAs who are in for a raise. Could Jets trade prospects for big fish in deadline deal? With Winnipeg Jets GM looking on, Timo Meier shows why he’s so valuable. Trade deadline fast approaching. Brad Lambert excited to ‘get rolling again’.

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