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Latest Jets and Moose news.

Jets news:

Sportsnet:  Finding hope in this year’s playoff outcasts.  A look at all the teams that didn’t make the playoffs.  From the Jets perspective the focus is on the transition between goalies.

Hellebuyck makes save

Illegal Curve:  Jets at the World Championship.  Updated our past post looking at which Jets will be heading to Russia next month to play for their respective country.  Yesterday, Marko Dano tweeted that he would join Team Slovakia and Connor Hellebuyck offered up some Team USA clarification.

Jets audio:

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Hustler and Lawless.  The guys discuss whether Mark Stuart is a part of the future for the Winnipeg Jets.

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Hustler and Lawless.  Nikolaj Ehlers joins the guys to review his rookie season. Ehlers discusses how his game developed, fluctuations in his weight, and his desire to play in the IIHF Worlds and the World Cup.

Moose news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Raffl can’t punch ticket.  It was a laundry list of injuries that Thomas Raffl described to us in the Moose exit interview.  You still got the sense that his desire to make the NHL remains as strong as it ever was.

Illegal Curve:  Brenden Kichton wins leading scorer award; wants to prove doubters wrong.  Playing with a chip on his shoulder has helped him progress to the point he has reached in the AHL and it will be an interesting summer for the ‘old’ defenceman.

Winnipeg Free Press:  It was a Hellebuyck season, but was it his last in the A? (Paywall).  He certainly made his mark in a Moose jersey this past season.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Morrissey’s first NHL game a confidence-booster.  (Paywall).  He used the word confidence quite a lot during the ten + minutes he spent with us on Monday.  Despite the setback of the injury he suffered in early March it is clear that he really feels ready to make that jump to the next level.

Moose audio:

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Hustler and Lawless.  Moose head coach Keith McCambridge joins the guys to review the first season of the Moose’s return to Winnipeg. McCambridge discusses the priority of development over winning and shares his thoughts on a few players who made the biggest improvements.