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

Note:  The Jets on the strength of a 3rd period comeback beat the Rangers 4-3 last night and will practice at Bell MTS Place today at 12 pm as they get ready to face Colorado tomorrow night in the second game of this three game homestand.  Be sure to check back for the Practice Report to get the full 411.

Note II:  The red-hot (at home) Manitoba Moose will put their ten game winning streak (9-0-0-1) at Bell MTS Place on the line tonight when they welcome the Chicago Wolves to town for the first of two games between these two longtime rivals.  Chicago sits 11 points up on Manitoba in the standings but the Moose know that two points are critical as they continue to scratch and claw their way towards that playoff line.

Note III:  Following the conclusion of the Moose game keep it locked to TSN 1290 Winnipeg to hear two hours of Winnipeg Jets and NHL Hockey talk via NHL This Week with Illegal Curve.

Jets news:

Sportsnet:  31 ThoughtsFew Jets notes including 7 (trade bait), 27 (Wheeler could set record) and 28 (importance of 33 on PP) .

Winnipeg Sun:  Fourth line rises up again in Jets’ win over Rangers Ken recaps the action from last night’s contest at Bell MTS Place.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Scheifele powers Jets to 4-3 win over Rangers.  (Paywall).  Mike provides his analysis of the game.

Photo Credit: Dave Mahussier

Winnipeg Free Press:  Jets should make room in barn for Hayes.  (Paywall).  Andrew with a look at a why the Jets should consider making a spot available for a player we saw last night.

New York Post: Rangers lose again, trade winds swirl around Zuccarello, HayesRead about the game from a beat writer that covers the Jets opposition.

Illegal Curve:  A tattoo commemorating Teemu Selanne’s 54th goal as a Winnipeg Jets rookiePretty slick looking tattoo.

Jets video:

TSN: Scheifele, Byfuglien make their presence felt against Rangers.  In a game where the Jets weren’t at their best, Mark Scheifele and Dustin Byfuglien took charge to lead the way for their team over the Rangers, but as Darren Dreger and Sara Orlesky explain, they weren’t the only ones that stepped up for the Jets.

TSN:  Jets looking for top-six winger; Flames interested in Stone?  Does the David Pastrnak injury affect plans in Boston? Could the Flames be interested in Mark Stone should he be made available? What’s the latest with the Columbus Blue Jackets and their two impending UFAs in Artemi Panarin and Sergei Bobrovsky? The insiders take a look at all of this and more in this edition of Insider Trading.