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Note II:  After an optional practice on Monday the Jets will be looking to even the series tonight in St. Louis as they attempt to replicate the things they did well in game three on Sunday night.  With it being a later puck drop the morning skate is scheduled for 12 noon.  Be sure to check out the pre-game report for the latest news and audio.

Note III:  The Moose season concluded on Sunday and yesterday they held wrap up duties with the players being available to chat and then having their exit interviews.  Lots of pride from the players and coaching staff of the Jets AHL squad on what they were able to accomplish after going from dead last in the AHL at Christmas to just missing a playoff spot by two points.  We saw Eric Comrie get recalled up to the Jets for the playoffs and we may still see a player or two get that call as well although Tucker Poolman won’t be one for awhile as he is currently in a walking boot and told us he thinks he is still a few weeks away.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun: Big Buff starting to do his thing, as series heats up. Always a good thing for the Jets when big number 33 is noticeable.

Dustin Byfuglien taking a slap shot

Photo Credit: Colby Spence

Winnipeg Sun: Jets Laine giving St. Louis the Blues. When 29 gets going the opposition had best watch out.

Winnipeg Sun: Hit parade Jets getting on the body vs Blues. No lack of physicality between these two squads.

Winnipeg Sun:  TLC delivers for the Jets The bands back together.

Winnipeg Free Press: Jets feeling good after Game 3 win, expecting big response from Blues.  (Paywall).  Time to leave that game in the past but they’ll need to replicate the good things they did. 

Winnipeg Free Press:  Spring sprung, grass riz… Blues goalie learns how dangerous Laine is.  (Paywall).  Hard lesson to learn as the Jets sniper has brought the ruckus each game he’s played.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Jets have renewed confidence after win.  (Survey Required).  It makes for quite an exciting game four.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  After Game 3 tumble, Blues try to regroup (Survey Required).  The Blues will need to bring it in order to win this all important fourth game.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Blues must give Binnington more support.  (Survey Required).  No doubt they will have to kick it up a notch.  

The Athletic St. Louis:  How in the world do the Blues let Winnipeg’s Patrik Laine get so wide open?  (Paywall).  Elite players are able to create that time and space for themselves.

The Athletic Winnipeg:  How the Jets exorcised two demons in Game 3 and examining Patrik Laine’s playoff prowess.  (Paywall).   Sort of nice when a plan comes together.

Jets video:

TSN: Laine is maturing as a top-notch goal-scorer in the NHL. Hockey Insider Darren Dreger joins Sara Orlesky to share his thoughts on the evolution of Patrik Laine’s game, and discuss what kind of pressure Blues goalie Jordan Binnington will be facing heading into Game 4.

TSN:  Laine bringing the variety as offensive touch returns for JetsWith three goals and an assist in the first three games of these playoffs, which was preceded by a six-game scoreless run to end the regular season, Patrik Laine has found his groove at the right time for the Jets. Sara Orlesky has more and is joined by TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger to discuss his overall growth as a player.

Jets audio:

TSN 1290 Winnipeg: Laine is finding different ways to score. Murat Ates of The Athletic joined Andrew Paterson and Rick Ralph on the Afternoon Ride. They discussed the Jets game 3 win over St. Louis, Patrik Laine’s play in this series, the reunited TLC line, the Hellebuyck-Binnington goaltending battle and how the Jets can tie up the series.

Moose news:

Illegal Curve: End of Season Player Availability. Hear from 15 players as they spoke about the season which came to an end on Sunday.

Winnipeg Free Press: Soaring second half eases pain of missing playoffs for Moose players, coach. (Paywall). It was a remarkable run that just fell short but there was still a lot of pride from the players and coaching staff once the dust had settled.

Moose audio:

TSN 1290 Winnipeg: Moose ran out of time. Manitoba Moose play-by-play voice Mitch Peacock joined Andrew Paterson and Rick Ralph on the Afternoon Ride. They discussed the Manitoba Moose season which ended just short of a playoff spot following a remarkable run in the second half.