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Your source for all the latest Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose news and audio.

Note:  The Jets and Blues met for the fourth and final time last night as Winnipeg kicked off their four game home stand with a 1-0 loss to St. Louis.   Today they are scheduled to practice out at Bell MTS IcePlex at 12 noon and you can be sure to check the Winnipeg Jets Practice Report to get all caught up.

Note II:  The Moose were also in action last night in Stockton as the California road trip continued with the Jets AHL affiliate taking on the Flames AHL affiliate.  They ended their three-game losing streak with a big 2-1 win thanks to 41 saves from Eric Comrie and goals by Logan Stanley and CJ Suess.  No rest for either of these teams as Manitoba will play the sixth and final game of the road trip in Stockton.  Puck drop is at 9 pm.

Note III:   Tune in for three hours of Winnipeg Jets, Manitoba Moose and NHL hockey talk on the Illegal Curve Hockey Show on TSN 1290 Winnipeg starting at 9 am.  Listen here.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets shutout for 2nd time of season as Byfuglien returns while Laine kept off the boardKen breaks it all down from Bell MTS Place.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets scoring machine sputters in 1-0 loss to smothering Blues.  (Paywall).  Once puck dropped last night to open the game it just had an odd feel which continued throughout.  Mike recaps the action.


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Winnipeg Free Press:  Laine focused on defence first.  (Paywall).  Adding D to his already impressive offensive game will be a huge benefit to the Jets.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Hellebuyck’s numbers down, but problems go beyond crease.  (Paywall).  Andrew paints a picture of what is going on both with the Jets top netminder but also what is going on around him on a nightly basis.

CBC:  Jake Allen cools Jets as Colton Parayko propels Blues to victoryIt was clear the Blues came out with the attitude to not allow themselves to get embarrassed again.  Judy breaks it all down.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Blues, Allen turn tables on Winnipeg.  (Required to answer survey).  Read about the game from the perspective of a beat writer that covers the Jets opposition.

Jets video:

TSN: ‘Allen was the difference’ for the Blues.  After Patrik Laine put up a five-spot on the Blues the last time the two teams played, he was a focus for the Blues’ defence this time around but as TSN Hockey analyst Dave Poulin explains, it was Jake Allen who was the difference against the Jets.

TSN: Laine looking beyond goals to help Jets. After an electric November, Patrik Laine has been quiet since the start of December, failing to score in the month’s first three games. While goal scoring is what he’s known for, Laine knows that his impact can be felt all over the ice even though he isn’t scoring. Sara Orlesky explains.