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Latest Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose news.

Note:  After a few days of practice the Jets return to some game action as they welcome the St. Louis Blues to town.  Winnipeg will hit the ice at 10:30 am for morning skate and puck drops at 7 pm.  As always keep it locked to for pre and post game news and be sure to follow us on social media including Twitter | Facebook | Instagram.

Note II:  The Moose also have a game tonight as they look to keep their hot streak alive.  They have won three games in a row and are riding a 3-0-1 record in their last four games, which included a 5-3 win over these same IceHogs to start the road trip on Tuesday night in Rockford.  Morning skate for Manitoba kicks off at 11:15 am and puck drops at 7 pm.  This kicks off the first of three straight games which will see the Moose play in Rockford tonight, Milwaukee on Saturday (6 pm puck drop) and then conclude the road trip on Sunday in Chicago (3 pm puck drop).

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Five keys for Jets vs Blues.  Ted’s list includes: 1) Kick them when they are down. 2) New look lineup. 3) Who’s in net? 4) Keep it up. 5) Watch out for Tarasenko.  And Ted’s big matchup is the Jets top line vs. the Blues.

Winnipeg Sun:  Ted’s Notebook.   We peer inside Ted’s notebook to see what the Sun editor is writing about and it covers 1) Trouba returns after serving ‘extra-long’ two-game suspension. 2) Copp, Dano returning. 3) Youth takes ownership.

Winnipeg Sun:  Laine was beginning of end for Stafford.  While fans appreciated what he brought to the team the previous two seasons, there aren’t any complaining seeing 12 replaced by 29 up on the wing.

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets desperately need hot goaltender.  That headline could have been written any time over the past few months.  Ted with more on the topic of goalies from the MTS Centre today.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets return to youth-based focus.  (Paywall).  With the number of young players on this team they have to be allowed to have some say in the direction of this team.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets’ Trouba served two-game penalty in slow motion.  (Paywall).  Fairly certain fans around Manitoba felt the same way as they couldn’t wait to see him return to the lineup.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Is the NHL trade deadline even relevant anymore?  (Paywall)(Video).  Free Press editor Steve Lyons and columnist Paul Wiecek talk about the NHL trade deadline.

Winnipeg Free Press:  NHL trade speculation over… how ’bout a rant? (Paywall).  Former NHLer turned writer Scott Campbell gives a good old fashioned post Trade Deadline rant.

Illegal Curve:  Jets Practice ReportThe Jets made a change to the 4th line today and you can hear from Trouba, Dano, Pavelec and coach Maurice.

Jets audio:

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Consistent Jets goaltending would go a long way.  Paul Edmonds joins Hustler & Lawless to discuss the Winnipeg Jets inconsistent defensive play, and the decision to be made at starting goaltender for Friday’s game against the St Louis Blues.  

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Still believing in Jets winning Cup in 2019.  Matt Larkin of The Hockey News stopped by after the NHL’s trade deadline to recap the winners and the losers plus broke down why he still believes in the direction of the Winnipeg Jets and why the club can still be Stanley Cup winners in 2019.

TSN 1290 Winnipeg:  Jets need to adopt physical identity.  Play-by-play man Paul Edmonds stopped by the Big Show to break down the Jets’ work at the trade deadline, which direction the club is heading in going into next season and why the club needs to get back to it’s roots as they get set for a must-win game against the Blues.