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Winnipeg Jets Afternoon Links

Getting you set up for tonight’s Jets game with the latest news.

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Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets set for rubber match with Golden KnightsKen previews the big game tonight.

Connor Hellebuyck waiting for shot

Photo Credit: Colby Spence

Sports Illustrated:  Gerard Gallant is Thriving Behind the Fast and Fun Golden KnightsThe Vegas bench boss has all eyes on the Desert this season and seems to be the odds on favourite for the Jack Adams trophy.

Las Vegas Sun:  Books build Super Bowl props involving local team in bulkWhile not a preview for tonight’s game if you’re into gambling this one is for you.

Illegal Curve: Jacob Trouba is Winnipeg Jets ambassador for Hockey Is For EveryoneWhile he may be off the ice for six to eight weeks the Jets defenceman will still be contributing.

Illegal Curve: Jets vs. Golden Knights pre-game report. Take a look at what happened at the rink this morning as Winnipeg gets ready to face Vegas at Bell MTS Place tonight with a pre-game chat with Blake Wheeler.

Illegal Curve:  Morning PapersIf you missed any of the news we have you covered.

Jets video:

TSN:  What will the Golden Knights and Jets do at the trade deadline?  What’s in store for the Golden Knights and Jets, the top two teams in the West, heading into the trade deadline? Craig Button gives his thoughts.

TSN:  Jets 3-in-3  (Does Trouba’s injury affect trade deadline strategy?)  Can the Jets maintain their high level of play without Jacob Trouba in the lineup? How will his absence change what Winnipeg does at the trade deadline? Sara Orlesky and Ken Wiebe discuss this and more.

Jets audio:

Illegal Curve: Coach Maurice pre-game scrum.  Update on Kulikov.  Thoughts on his third pairing.  Jets improved penalty kill.  Change of the penalty kill structure.  What has he noticed from Jack Roslovic since the move to the top line?  What changed to move the NHL from big/heavy hockey to speed.  How much does he attribute speed to Vegas success?  Can he design a system that can be successful regardless of the parts?  On the consistency of Hellebuyck’s game and what it has meant to the team.  Is the goaltending now a strength of this team?  Update on Steve Mason.