Note: The big news to start your Monday is that Jacob Trouba could miss six to eight weeks with an ankle injury as reported by Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun late last night. The Jets are back on the ice today following their All-Star break and we should get a better idea this afternoon following today’s 2 pm practice. Update: It was a busy couple of hours at Bell MTS Place. To read the Jets practice report click here.
Note II: The majority of the Moose are on their All-Star break with the exception of coach Vincent, Mason Appleton, Cameron Schilling and Michael Hutchinson who will take to the ice in Utica, NY tonight as they represent the central division. You can watch the game on Sportsnet at 6 pm CST.
Winnipeg Sun: Jacob Trouba joins Jets list of walking wounded. Ken broke the news late last night that sent Jets twitter into hysteria.
Winnipeg Sun: Few — if any — predicted Hellebuyck’s ascent to becoming an All-Star. For those of us who watched him in the AHL it really didn’t come as a big surprise that he has been able to adjust and adapt. But as Hellebuyck himself acknowledges this team is playing better in front of him this season.
TSN: Jets backing up words with actions at the break. Voice of the Jets Dennis Beyak pens this piece on what he has seen with this Winnipeg team from the start of the season to date.
Illegal Curve: Moose rounded back to form ahead of the AHL All-Star game. Ahead of today’s AHL All-Star game we took a look at how the Manitoba Moose rounded back into form after a mid season stumble.