Note: The Jets didn’t play their best game last night and it showed as they fell to the Flyers 3-1 in Philly to kick off the post All-Star break on a flat note. The good news for Winnipeg is they won’t have any time to reflect too much on the loss as they play tonight in Boston against the Bruins to wrap up this two-game road trip. No morning skate but we’ll still have a pre-game report to set you up ahead of tonight’s 6 pm puck drop.
Note II: The Moose remain on their AHL All-Star break until tomorrow and the team will resume practice on Thursday as they get set to conclude the second half of a six-game road trip which begins on Friday in a re-match with the Admirals in Milwaukee.
Note III: The ownership of the Kootenay Ice are expected to announce that they are moving their WHL franchise to Winnipeg today. Join the conversation on our Instagram page which has lots of folks chatting about having three hockey teams in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg Sun: No Rask for Bruins as Winnipeg pays visit to Boston. Ted previews the action ahead of tonight’s game in Boston.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets come out flat in first game after break, lose to Flyers. Ted breaks down last night’s action from his spot inside Wells Fargo.
Winnipeg Free Press: Flyers faster, more desperate in 3-1 win over Jets. (Paywall). We did not see much in the way of urgency by the Jets last night.
Philly Inquirer: Carter Hart, Travis Konecny lead Flyers past Jets for 4th straight win. Check out the recap of the game from the perspective of a writer that covers the Jets opposition.
TSN: Jets on mission for no. 2 centre. Don’t the Jets have one of those who is in the first year of a six-year deal. While depth is always welcome the player that the Jets may have gotten the most use from went to the Leafs last night after they traded for Jake Muzzin with the Kings.
NBC Sports: Will Jets get over hump this year? If the Hockey News from 2015 is to be believed then the answer is yes.
The Athletic: The buyers, the sellers and who’s available ahead of the trade deadline. (Paywall). Some Jets related content in LeBrun’s latest.
The Athletic Winnipeg: Mark Stone and the Jets are a good fit — but is the price to acquire him too steep? (Paywall). Stone is certainly the type of player all 30 other NHL teams would love to have in their organization. Murat looks into whether he is a realistic piece to be acquired by Winnipeg.
TSN: Jets looked like they were chasing the game. The Flyers looked to be a step ahead against the Jets in their victory on Monday night. Dennis Beyak and Ray Ferraro break down Winnipeg’s defeat to Philadelphia and look ahead to its upcoming game in Boston.
TSN: Is Laine’s slow start to 2019 a concern for the Jets? With only one goal through the first month of 2019, should the Winnipeg Jets be concerned about Patrik Laine’s production heading into contract negotiations this summer? TSN Hockey analyst Ray Ferraro weighs in on Laine’s slow January, as well as what the Jets mindset might be heading into the second half of the season.