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Prognosticating the Winnipeg Jets 2014-15 season

A look at how the experts think your Jets will do this season.

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With the 2014-15 season finally upon us I figured we should take a look at how the pundits, both local and national, are predicting how Winnipeg will do this season in the Western Conference.  In an incredibly tough Central division it isn’t all that surprising that many are thinking it is going to be a long year for Jets nation.

Here are some of those predictions:


Ed Tait (Winnipeg Free Press):  6th

Gary Lawless (Winnipeg Free Press):  5th

Ken Wiebe (Winnipeg Sun):  6th

Ted Wyman (Winnipeg Sun):  6th

Matt Leibl (TSN 1290 Winnipeg):  5th

Rick Ralph (TSN 1290 Winnipeg):  7th

Paul Edmonds (TSN 1290 Winnipeg):  4th

Andrew “Hustler” Patterson (TSN 1290 Winnipeg):  4th

Michael Remis (TSN 1290 Winnipeg/Illegal Curve): 6th

Jim Toth (CJOB 680): 5th

Jeff Hamilton (CBC Manitoba):  6th

Bruce Ladan (CBC Radio):  7th

Patrick Williams (  7th

Russ Hobson (Global News): 6th

Scott Billeck ( 6th

Richard Pollock (Illegal Curve): 7th

Drew Mindell (Illegal Curve):  5th

Ezra Ginsburg (Illegal Curve):  7th

David Minuk (Illegal Curve):  6th


TSN Panel (TSN):  7th

Kevin Allen (USA Today):  Said Dallas, Minnesota or Winnipeg could challenge Colorado for 3rd.

Stephen Whyno (Toronto Star via Cdn press):  7th

Ken Campbell (The Hockey News): 7th

Adam Proteau (The Hockey News): 7th

Greg Wyshynski (Yahoo Sports – Puck Daddy):  7th

Sean Leahy (Yahoo Sports – Puck Daddy): 7th

Chris Peters (CBS Sports – Eye on Hockey): 7th

*order of finish was taken from the articles or videos which are hyperlinked.