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

Note:  Following last night’s huge 5-1 win in Nashville against the Predators the Jets are next in Texas to conclude the pre Player & All-Star breaks.  Today they are off.  They’ll be back on the ice at 10:30 AM for morning skate on Saturday in Dallas.

Note II:  The Moose are back on the ice today at 10:30 am as they get ready for a pair of games this weekend against the Rampage this weekend to close out the six-game series at Bell MTS Place.  Saturday’s contest is Grassroots Hockey Day (which will include a Mason Appleton mini bobblehead giveaway to first 3000 fans) and Sunday is the always fun Star Wars Day in support of Children’s Wish Foundation.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets fourth-liners come through in convincing road win over arch-rival PredatorsTed recaps all the action from his spot inside Bridgestone Arena.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Goaltending, secondary scoring power Jets past Preds 5-1.  (Paywall).  All the things that the Jets were looking for they got in this contest.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Connor capitalizing on top-line opportunity.  (Paywall).  Given a chance to elevate his game the smooth skating forward is continuing to improve each and every game.

Kyle Connor heads up ice

Photo Credit: Colby Spence

The Tennessean:  Jets dominate Preds to extend division leadRead about the game from the perspective of someone who covers the Jets opposition.

CBC: Lemieux scores twice as Jets top Preds to strengthen Central leadQuite the little run these Jets are on right now.

The Athletic:  LeBrun Notebook.  (Paywall).  Couple of things worth noting for Jets fans.

Jets video:

TSN: Jets’ depth dominates in big win over Preds.  With some big names out of the Jets’ lineup, Winnipeg’s depth came to the forefront in their dominant win over the Preds. TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button has more on their impact and whether Ryan Johansen deserves a suspension for his stick swing on Mark Scheifele.

Sportsnet:  Why Patrik Laine may not sign the big contract you expect. Hockey Central at Noon looks at the production of Patrik Laine and his fit on the Winnipeg Jets, looking at all the reasons the high-scoring forward may not actually sign a massive contract like some of his peers.