Note: The Jets have their final game of this four game stand tonight against the L.A. Kings. Be sure to keep it locked here for the latest Jets news. As soon as illegalcurve.com is updated we will also notify you via Twitter | Facebook | Instagram.
Note II: The Moose swept their two game series with the Stockton Heat. Manitoba has cancelled their practice scheduled for today. They will practice tomorrow at the IcePlex before taking on the Charlotte Checkers on Saturday at the MTS Centre.
Metro News: Jets’ horrible record may pay off in draft lottery. Hustler writes about the unusual circumstance when being bad may be good in the long term.
Winnipeg Sun: Point fingers upstairs. Paul covers a number of topics in this column including pointing fingers upstairs for the decline this season, Petan’s breakthrough game, what Pavelec plays for, Lowry taking stock and a bunch of ice chips.
Winnipeg Free Press: Losing ways could lead to brighter days for Jets. (Paywall). Scott writes about the rivalry between the Jets and Oilers and all the entails in the past, present and future.
TSN: Odds are Matthews heading north to Canada. No Eric Lindros type situation from the sounds of it which should make the fan bases in Canada quite happy. Bob also writes about Jets 2015 1st round pick Kyle Connor and what might happen with him.
Sportsnet: 30 Thoughts. #14 (NCAA prospect that Jets may have interest in) and 15 (Kyle Connor).
TSN 1290 Winnipeg: Hustler and Lawless. Head coach Paul Maurice sits down with the guys for an extended interview about the 2015-16 season. Maurice discusses the development of players like Mark Scheifele and Nikolaj Ehlers, the performance of goaltending and special teams, and why he’s delayed naming a captain.
Illegal Curve: Moose escape Heat, win 3-2. Recap includes plays of game, injury notes & post-game audio (Coach McCambridge, John Albert & Jake Baker).
Globalnews.ca: Moose hang on for the win to sweep two game series with Stockton Heat. Russ gives you his recap of last night’s game.
Winnipeg Free Press: Although they play for the AHL’s second worst team, Hellebuyck and Comrie remain prime NHL prospects. (Paywall). In my mind there isn’t a better goaltending duo in the NHL than these two prospects.