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Winnipeg Jets Afternoon Links

Getting you set up for tonight’s Jets game with the latest news, video and audio.

Note: Puck drop is at 7 pm CDT as the Jets go up against the Coyotes in Winnipeg. After the game, be sure to check out for all the post-game reaction.

Note II: We want you to be part of the conversation on the Illegal Curve Post-Game Show once the final buzzer sounds. This season you’ll have a chance to win great schwag including authentic Jets jerseys, hats, etc after every single game (For a variety of ways to enter click here).

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun: Sluggish Jets encounter revitalized Coyotes. While the oddsmakers have this game solidly in the Jets favour this is not an opponent that Winnipeg can take lightly (and really who can they afford to take lightly?). Best players are going to need to be the best players for the Jets. 

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Illegal Curve: Jets vs Coyotes pre-game reportThe Jets held a morning skate as they prepared to face Arizona. Check out the projected lines and D pairs and hear from players/coaching staff media availabilities.

Illegal Curve: Morning PapersIf you missed any of the news from earlier today, we have you covered.

Jets video:

TSN: Amid offensive woes, Jets’ singular focus is simply just to play well. The Jets are four points ahead of the Flames for the final wild card spot in the West but there is some concern about the team’s offence at this point in the season. The team recognizes that puck management is important but Pierre-Luc Dubois insists all the team has to do is play well, and things will fall into place.

TSN: What’s wrong in Winnipeg? After an important win over the Predators on Saturday, the Jets fell to the Blues Sunday and have now won only five times in the last 17 games. What’s happened to Winnipeg’s offence? The TH panel shares their thoughts.

Sportsnet: Rick Bowness confident his group will find consistency to make playoffs. Jets head coach Rick Bowness discusses his team’s desire to make the playoffs and talks about how they will find consistency on the ice to get them over the hump.

Sportsnet: Jets’ Dubois sole focus is to win Stanley Cup: ‘Anything is possible’. Jets forward Pierre-Luc Dubois talks about his desire to win the Stanley Cup and discusses his determination to do whatever it takes to achieve his dream.