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Latest Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose news.

Note:  The Jets played a poor game in Chicago as they dropped the first game of this four-game roadtrip 6-2 last night although the story of the game was the need for emergency backup goalie Scott Foster to play the final 14:01 of the game after starting goalie Collin Delia was injured in the 3rd period. Foster, who is an accountant by day, made his NHL debut at 36 while Delia, who had just beat the Moose in Winnipeg on Monday, was also making his NHL debut last night.  And while Delia deserves recognition for what he achieved this week, the attention was rightfully on Scott Foster last night.  The Jets have the day off today and will be back on the ice on Saturday as they prepare to face the Leafs on Saturday night.

Note II:  The Moose face an enormous challenge this weekend as they battle the top team in the AHL in the Toronto Marlies beginning with a game tonight at Bell MTS Place.  This is the fifth game of eight in their home rink and they will be looking to right the ship as they have now dropped three straight games and slipped into 2nd place in the central division.  Morning skate gets underway at 10 am with puck drop at 7 pm.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Six-game winning streak snapped by BlackhawksKen recaps the game from his seat inside the United Center.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets take night off; Blackhawks take the win 6-2.  (Paywall).  Jason offers up his thoughts on the contest.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Rest, chemistry need to be balanced as Jets regular season winds down.  (Paywall).  Former NHLer turned scribe Scott Campbell offers up his thoughts on what the Jets need to do in order to have success with the post-season fast approaching.

Chicago Sun-Times:  Blackhawks beat Jets with 36-year-old rec-leaguer Scott Foster in goalWhile Jets fans were likely upset with the loss it is hard to remain that way when you read the story of Scott Foster.

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Chicago Sun-Times:  From the ECHL to the NHL, it’s been quite a season for Blackhawks’ Collin DeliaI watched him beat the Moose on Monday and he was excellent and then in his NHL debut he was on his way to capping off a very impressive week before the injury took him out.  While the Scott Foster story is an amazing one it did overshadow the Delia story.

TSN:  Accountant by day, Hawks emergency goalie named No. 1 starIf Zane Kalemba was a star for backing up Connor Hellebuyck when Michael Hutchinson was in transit and didn’t arrive until the 2nd period, what does that make Scott Foster?

TSN:  Using the regular season as a postseason playbook.  Jets fans will find plenty of nuggets in this look at the numbers.  Plenty of depth for Winnipeg to draw upon as the postseason approaches. 

CBC:  Is it the Leafs or Jets which have better shot of ending Canada’s Cup droughtIt will be a tall order for either of these squads to win it all this season but they will both make it very interesting to watch.

Morning skate for the Jets gets underway in 30 minutes.

Check out this chat focused on key battles in the final audition for Winnipeg.

https://illegalcurve.com/jets-setting-key-battles-in-the-final-audition-for-the-winnipeg-jets/

Headlines:

Jets opening roster coming into focus. Jets have some tough decisions to make. Dubois hopes his drive to win Stanley Cup will win over doubters. Cost to attend an NHL game in each Canadian city, ranked.

https://illegalcurve.com/winnipeg-jets-morning-papers-3642/

It is a triple game day for the hockey teams of Winnipeg:

Jets vs Flames in Calgary
Moose vs Univ of Regina in Regina
Ice vs Pats in Regina

https://illegalcurve.com/winnipeg-jets-morning-papers-3642/

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