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Note:  The Jets completed their pre-season schedule last night in Winnipeg as they fell 5-3 to the Devils. The Jets finished with a final pre-season record of 4-3.

Note II:  The team is off today but it will still be a busy day as the Jets are planning another round of cuts so be sure to keep it locked to and on social media including Twitter | Facebook | Instagram.

Jets news:

ESPN:  Jets Preview. Rankings, predictions, playoff chances and more.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets eager for regular season.  (Paywall).  Only one week to go and it looks like the toughest decisions will come closer to the regular season opener.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Maurice unaccustomed to Jets battalion size in short, intense pre-season schedule.  (Paywall).  Plenty of players got to experience an NHL game due to the six games in eight nights.  It also allowed the big club to watch players a little longer than usual.

Winnipeg Sun:  Roster decisions looming for JetsPlenty to digest in Ken’s column including the roster decisions, Laine blanked in the pre-season, Hellebuyck, defensive breakdowns and (Score)ler McKenzie strikes again.

Devils goal

Photo Credit: Colby Spence

ESPN: Inside Mark Scheifele’s quest to be the Tom Brady of the NHLThe Jets top centre has certainly set himself a high standard to follow and Jets fans will be the beneficiary if he hits his goals.

Jets video:

TSN: Which young Jets players made a case to stay with the big club? Jets reporter Sara Orlesky joins Jay and Dan to discuss three players that she thinks have a chance of making the big club, and the expectations for Winnipeg heading into the season.

TSN: Vesalainen looking much more comfortable all over the ice.  Thursday night was the final opportunity for some of the young Jets to show what they have, and Kristian Vesalainen was especially impressive. Dennis Beyak and Kevin Sawyer have more.

TSN: Post 2 Post on Connor Hellebuyck. Last season in Winnipeg it was Steve Mason’s crease to lose. But after he struggled early on, Connor Hellebuyck grabbed the reins and never looked back. Jamie McLennan explains why he thinks Hellebuyck is just getting started as an elite starting goalie.