Illegal Curve: Winnipeg Jets players doing Movember. The Jets Movember looks 10 days in.
Globe and Mail: Noel weighs in on the 1-3-1 controversy. He better not like it too much as they might employ it against the Jets on Monday night when the Lightning make their first trip to the MTS Centre this season.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets’ Fehr closer to a return. Must have been nice for the Winkler, Manitoba native to be practicing with a white jersey on today, instead of the red one he had been sporting since the start of the season.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets back in city and ready to face Panthers. Guys won’t have a lot of time to get acclimatized back to city living as they are here yesterday and today and then leave for a Saturday night game against Columbus.
TSN: Jets return home to face Panthers. Munz has tonight’s expected lines for both the Jets and Panthers.
NHL.com: Winnipeg survives road trip in fairly good shape. Despite all the injuries the Jets have to play a tough Florida team tonight, fly off to Columbus for Saturday night’s game and then face the Bolts here on Monday.
Chris D: Winnipeg Jets celebrated in new postage stamps. Gotta be pretty cool for Nik Antropov to have his goal, the first in the re-born Jets history recorded like that.
Jets next opposition news – Florida Panthers:
Sun-Sentinel: Markstrom takes demotion in stride. Looks like the lineup might be tough to crack with Theodore and Clemmensen ahead of him.