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Note:  Following a massive victory over the Canucks the Jets will hit the ice at 11:00 AM to practice at MTS Centre today before departing for St. Paul and a date with the Wild tomorrow night.  Be sure to keep it locked to @illegalcurve for the latest Jets news.

Games of significance last night:  Wild lost (SO). Stars won (OT). Sharks lost. Flames won. Avalanche lost. Kings won.

Games of significance tonight:  None.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  No points for pretty in NHL.  As I’ve been saying all along they don’t care how you put the two points into the standings bank as long as you are putting the points on the board.  Plenty to read in Gary’s article.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Mix more potent with Perreault, Little flying.  Perreault once again showed how important he can be to this roster as he added another three assists, none better than the pass over to Stempniak.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets nip Canucks 5-4 in key pre-playoff game.  In this season pretty much nothing makes sense in the NHL so in a game the Jets could have easily lost they picked up a clean two points.  Tim also looks at what’s left, Enstrom’s injury, style points and big start.

Photo Credit:  Rodney Braun

Photo Credit: Rodney Braun

Winnipeg Sun:  Right result, wrong approach.  Paul writes about the bizarre game that the Jets won but could have easily lost.

Winnipeg Sun:  Balancing act.  Ken breaks down the big Saturday afternoon win.

Vancouver Sun:  Canucks lose game versus Jets, momentum in playoff race.  A look at yesterday’s contest from the perspective of a Canucks beat writer.

The Province:  A rollicking affair tilts Winnipeg’s way.  Botchford is right in saying HNIC made a big mistake not airing that contest between Jets and Canucks.  It was an edge of your seat game which likely caused many Jets fans to lose some hair.

Sportsnet:  Huge win to avoid heartbreaker against Canucks (video).  Blake Wheeler goes one on one with Dan Murphy and talks about how big it was to close out a tight game.

Sportsnet:  Coach’s Corner.  Ron and Don discuss all the news around the NHL, including Dustin Byfuglien’s suspension.

Jets 5 Canucks 4:

Winnipeg Jets:  Ondrej Pavelec, Jim Slater, Adam Lowry, Mathieu Perreault and Lee Stempniak.  To listen click here.

Vancouver Canucks: Coach Desjardins, Henrik Sedin, Eddie Lack and Alexandre Burrows.  To listen click here.

Coach Maurice post-game presser:  Coach Maurice met with the media following the game against Vancouver.  To listen click here.

Pressbox Podcast:  Host Drew Mindell and analyst Richard Pollock break down the Jets play against the Canucks this afternoon.  To listen click here.

Jets on a Deadline:  Game recaps, post-game audio, video highlights and the NHL.com 3 Stars of the afternoon.    Click here.

After a day off today the Jets are all back on the ice tomorrow.

Some players will be taking part in the first home pre-season game against the Senators while there are two skate times for the non-game groups.

We will have it all covered on https://illegalcurve.com/

Can only keep a Winnipegger away from Manitoba for so long before the pull to come home gets you.

John Lu will be back in Winnipeg and will provide excellent coverage of the Jets for TSN.

What are your initial thoughts on this hire?

https://illegalcurve.com/john-lu-of-tsn-will-be-returning-to-winnipeg-to-take-over-covering-winnipeg-jets-from-sara-orlesky/

John Lu of TSN will be returning to Winnipeg to take over covering Winnipeg Jets from Sara Orlesky

https://illegalcurve.com/john-lu-of-tsn-will-be-returning-to-winnipeg-to-take-over-covering-winnipeg-jets-from-sara-orlesky/

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