Note: If you missed hearing from Connor Hellebuyck, Nikolaj Ehlers and coach Paul Maurice from day 2 of Jets Training Camp we’ve got your covered. It all continues today with the first group on the ice at 9 am and the second group on the ice at 12 pm.
Winnipeg Free Press: Petan looking past growing pains. (Paywall). No question that for Petan to thrive he needs an opportunity to play with talent but he knows he is going to have to seize that opportunity this camp.
Winnipeg Free Press: Hellebuyck happy with productive off-season. (Paywall). The Jets netminder sounded confident that he has tweaked his game sufficiently after some changes he made this summer.
Winnipeg Sun: Hellebuyck optimistic. Gonna be some healthy competition in the net which isn’t a bad thing for either of the Jets netminders.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets line combos begin to take shape. Ken writes about the line combos, the D pairs, Petan on the wing and Morrissey wearing a maple leaf.
Sportsnet: Laine looking for playoffs, not 50-goal sophomore season. Individual accolades will likely coincide with team success but it is probably a good idea to be focused on the team goal (publicly).
Global News: Hockey fans hopeful after a day spent at Winnipeg Jets Fan Fest. We were on air during the fan fest but it sounds like folks who attended enjoyed themselves and the festivities.
Illegal Curve Hockey Show Replay:
Topics: Analysis of Bryan Little’s six year contract extension, Jets training camp gets underway/ Battle for bottom six forward spots, Is Patrik Laine better suited for the left wing or the right wing, Drew Doughty’s comments and his future in Los Angeles
Guests: Michael Traikos (National Hockey Writer for Postmedia News), Chris Mason (Former NHL goalie, Nashville Predators Analyst for Fox Sports Tennessee).
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Topics: The Calgary Flames arena situation, David Pastrnak signs a six-year deal with the Bruins, Damon Severson signs a six-year deal with the Devils, More on Jets training camp
Guests: Sam Werner (Penguins reporter for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), Kristen Odland (Calgary Flames beat reporter for Postmedia), Joe Haggerty (Bruins hockey insider for Comcast SportsNet).
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