Note: Tune in for three hours of Winnipeg Jets and NHL hockey talk on the Illegal Curve Hockey Show starting at 9 am on TSN 1290 Winnipeg.
Note II: The Jets are looking to bounce back following last night’s 5-2 loss in Vegas. They are in Glendale for the second game of this back-to-back
Note III: The Moose are in San Jose riding a three game winning streak. They play a pair of afternoon games against the Barracuda. Today’s contest begins with a 3:15 CST puck drop.
Winnipeg Sun: Sluggish effort leads to Jets first outright loss in nine games. After the roll this team had been on it was a letdown game. Adam Lowry got his first of the season. Ken recaps it all from Vegas.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets fans complete friendly takeover. While the end result of the contest wasn’t one that the fans who traveled to Nevada wanted to see, they certainly made the atmosphere in and outside of T-Mobile Arena an electric one.
Winnipeg Free Press: Knights stay golden at home by dumping Jets 5-2 in Vegas. (Paywall). It was a rusty start for the Jets and they just couldn’t seem to get things started. At least they saw Patrik Laine score his fourth goal in four games. Mike breaks it all down from Sin City.
The Athletic: Jets’ record is great but long-term success requires better shot generation. (Paywall). While things are generally positive in the Jets world he takes a moment to focus on the areas that require cleaning up. Specifically the Jets 5-on-5.
Sportsnet: Connor Hellebuyck has been the Jets’ MVP, but can he keep it up? This one came out before last night’s game but based on his 8-1-2 record he has been one of the Jets best player on most nights.
CTV News: Jets fans choose Lenny as name for new security puppy. Fans seemed to like participating in this contest.
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Illegal Curve: Post-game report. Head back inside T-Mobile Arena to read the recap and get an update from Coach Maurice.