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Winnipeg Jets Afternoon News (Tuesday, Sept. 27th)

2 minutes with Jets’ Mark Stuart, Jets fans debate what to do with rookie Scheifele and Lay’s is now the official chip of the Jets. IceCaps ready to open camp. Speaking of camp, the Jets ECHL affiliate Eagles are opening their camp this Friday.

CBC:  2 minutes with Jets’ Mark StuartHe’s looking for hidden gem restaurants in WinnipegI’m really enjoying this CBC feature.
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Globe and Mail (via Canadian Press):  Jets fans debate what to do with rookie ScheifeleEveryone is an expert at what is best for the Jets 1st round pick but ultimately the decision rests with the Jets brass.

Drug store News:  Lay’s becomes official chip of Winnipeg JetsBet Old Dutch is wishing they had snagged that endorsement.

IceCaps News:

Metro:  IceCaps open camp in St. John’sThey just had a nice influx of players after today’s Jets cuts.

The Telegram:  Concession-line wait time unacceptableMissing the game to buy (likely) pricey concessions is never going to make the paying public very happy.

Eagles News:

Northern Colorado:  Eagles first ECHL camp to start FridayAnyone want to travel to Anchorage, Alaska to see the Jets ECHL team compete?

Headlines:

Winnipeg Jets’ recent struggles muddle trade deadline approach. Jets battling old demons becomes this season's biggest test. Jets looking for 60-minute effort against Blues.

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The Jets have one final game day before the All-Star break as they take on a Blues team which are also mired in a slump.

The Moose set off on the road for three games after a win over the Marlies on Sunday.

The Ice return home after winning 2/3 on road.

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Start your day off right with all the latest Winnipeg Jets news, notes and audio.

We've also got plenty on the Moose and Ice.

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