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Latest Jets news.

Note:  I will be down at the MTS Centre this morning (keep it locked to @illegalcurve for all updates) as the Jets players, coach Paul Maurice and GM Kevin Cheveldayoff conduct their exit interviews.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:  What’s next in Jetsville?  Ed begins the off season with these five questions/issues including: 1) Can they stick together as a team? 2) Prime time players or more seasoning required? 3) Has the goaltending question been answered? 4) The captain and the big man. and 5) A new name under the microscope.  As an added bonus Ed gives you six promising numbers and three ugly numbers.

Winnipeg Sun:  What went wrong?  Paul looks back at the sweep as he tries to ascertain what went wrong for a team that showed so much promise.  He looks at 1) The experience factor. 2) Star power. 3) Between the pipes. 4) The young pivots. 5) Overachievers. 

Photo Credit:  Devon Edie

Photo Credit: Devon Edie

Winnipeg Sun:  Future still looks bright for Jets.  Crazy to start talking training camp with the season just ending but Ken brings to our attention several subjects which require attention including: 1) How can the Jets get better? 2) What are the signing priorities? 3) Which rookies will make an impact?

CBC:  Winnipeg Whiteout ‘doesn’t make sense anymore’.  Personally I like the uniformity of the whiteout.  If you want to turn it into an all blue crowd to match the jerseys the Jets wear on the ice, I would be fine with that as well but I think it would be a mistake to pass on the tradition.

National Post:  Jets have a bright future ahead of them: Five reasons for optimism in wake of playoff exit.  Traikos gives you five reasons to head into the off season with some positive thinking including: 1) Prospects 2) Defence 3) Scheifele 4) Goaltending and 5) Paul Maurice.

Globe and Mail:  Three key questions the Jets face this off season.  As the autopsies begin the three topics in this article are: 1) What to do in goal? 2) Who stays and who goes on the blueline? and 3) How ready are the kids to contribute?

Metro News:  Return of the Whiteout was return of the passion.  Hust paints quite the picture of the passion Jets fans displayed when they saw their team return to the NHL playoffs.

The night before the first Jets game in some time.

Given the above you'd be inclined to believe that tomorrow will finally be the day the play by play voice of the Jets is revealed.

For now get the latest from day 3 of training camp via

It is going to be a younger Jets roster tomorrow for the first game of the pre-season against the Oilers.

Will also be a first chance to see Chaz Lucius, Saku Maenalanen, Kevin Stenlund, Ashton Sautner and Kyle Capobianco in a Winnipeg uniform.

Topics covered in today's media availability with Jets head coach Rick Bowness included:

- needing a game right now
- Gustafsson paired with Gagner
- Gagner's veteran presence
- Dubois & Stanley mixing it up
- system implementation

And more.

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