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Winnipeg Free Press:  Young talent puts pressure on Pavs.  He was excellent to close out the regular season and get the Jets into the playoffs for the first time but with a crop of solid goalies coming down the pipe there will be plenty of pressure once again this season on the Jets #1 goalie.

Photo Credit:  Rodney Braun

Photo Credit: Rodney Braun

Winnipeg Free Press:  Burmistrov’s future big storyline for Jets at draft.  Plenty of talk about the former #8 and whether we may see him back in Winnipeg next season.  Ed also touches on Kevin Cheveldayoff discussing the team’s UFAs and his feelings on the salary cap.

Winnipeg Sun:  GM Kevin Cheveldayoff talks salary cap, Burmistrov and free agency ahead of NHL Draft.  Ken brings you the latest from the Jets general manager.

Sportsnet:  Andrew Ladd draft memories (50 second video).  Andrew Ladd shares his draft memories from 2004.

Sportsnet:  Jets group growing & taking strides together (25 second video).   Andrew Ladd talks about the strides being made and making the playoffs last season.

ESPN:  Andrew Ladd ready to take next step in Winnipeg.  Fans want to see their captain locked up and helping to take this group to that next level of play.

Ladd & Frolik goal celebration

2015 NHL Entry Draft:

Illegal Curve:  2015 1st round NHL Entry mock Draft.  We welcome Peter Siamandas to Illegal Curve Hockey as he will be writing about Jets prospects and the Manitoba Moose for  He begins with this cheat sheet on the players he expects to go this Friday night in South Florida.


TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Rona Roundtable.  Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff discusses the Jets plans leading up to the draft, the signings of Ben Chiarot and Anthony Peluso and the status of the Jets pending UFAs.

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  The Big Show.  Ed Tait of the Winnipeg Free Press joins the Big Show ahead of the NHL draft to discuss the Jets potential targets with their two first round picks. Tait also touches on Michael Frolik’s likeliness to test the open market and why Alex Burmistrov’s return to the NHL may not be in Winnipeg.