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Note:  The Jets practiced today in Finland after a day off on Monday as they prepared to face the Panthers in a pair of games in the Global Series in Helsinki later this week.

Note II:  The Moose end the three-game road trip with a game against the Admirals today in Milwaukee as they look for revenge for a loss on Friday by a final score of 4-1.  Today they have morning skate at 11:15 am with puck drop at 7 pm at UW-M Panther Arena.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun: Former Jets D-man an outstanding ambassador, Numminen shows off his cityNumber 27 still deftly guiding things.

Winnipeg Sun: Laine’s talent evident from beginning as Jets sniper showed growth on road to NHLA look at what the Jets GM saw from the young Finn.

Winnipeg Sun: Winnipeg Jets coach Maurice following the codeWhile they may be chummy in normal circumstances during the season things are different.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Maurice had a positive Finn-ish in previous NHL series.  (Paywall).  This isn’t his first time at the rodeo.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Patrik Laine’s slow production has Finnish fans scratching their heads.  (Paywall).  After what we’ve seen in two seasons from him I don’t think it is time to hit the panic button.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Vesalainen, Niku stuck on the outside looking in.  (Paywall).  Missed this one from yesterday on the pair of Finns who were left at home.  Andrew Copp discusses adjusting to time change, exploring Helsinki The Jets forward is blogging about his experience in Finland.

Copp up close with pucl

Photo Credit: Colby Spence Laine ‘almost like’ Selanne in Finland, Numminen says. Teppo Numminen’s smile has not diminished in the nine years since one of the NHL’s smartest and most reliable defenseman retired.

Jets video:

TSN: Laine hopes to inspire young Finnish players. The Jets arrived in Helsinki, Finland late Sunday and were given Monday off. Patrik Laine met with the media upon his arrival and said he hopes he can inspire young Finnish players. Sara Orlesky has more from Finland.