Note: The Jets run came to a halt last night as the Rangers came to town and left with a clean two points after their 4-1 victory over Winnipeg. Today the Jets have a scheduled day off. They’ll be back on the ice on Thursday for a practice as they get ready to continue this homestand when they welcome the Sharks to town.
Note II: The Jets announced they have extended head coach Paul Maurice to a multi year deal.
Note III: The Moose have had three days of practice and will take on the IceHogs tonight as they kick off a pair of games against their division rival at Bell MTS Place. Puck drop is at 7 pm.
Sportsnet: 31 Thoughts. Include: 1) Maurice extension. 16) Kyle Connor rumour. 17) Byfuglien grievance.
The Athletic Winnipeg: Jacob Trouba gets what he expected: Mix of boos, cheers greet former Jets defenceman. (Paywall). Ken looks back at last night and all the way back to the beginning with Trouba.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets’ winning streak comes to an end with loss to Rangers. All good things must come to an end and yesterday that’s what happened to the Jets run of 4-0-1 as the NYR took a late lead in the opening period and didn’t look back. Scott has more.
Winnipeg Sun: Carlyle, Steen praise community as pair inducted into Jets Hall of Fame. Lots of love for Winnipeg which I suspect will continue at today’s Hall of Fame luncheon.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets drop out of playoff picture with 4-1 loss to Rangers. (Paywall). Mike recaps the game from his spot inside Bell MTS Place.
Winnipeg Free Press: Returning team had to be Jets. (Paywall). Not even sure how anything else was even considered quite honestly.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets 1.0 legends enter Hall. (Paywall). Listening to the media availability from Randy Carlyle it was impressive to hear him talk about his plans to make a like here in Winnipeg. These two are iconic members of those Jets 1.0 teams.
New York Post: Igor Shesterkin sparks Rangers after returning from concussion scare. Quite a first NHL road start for the Blueshirt netminder. And since it was an ankle injury perhaps concussion should have air quotes around it.
New York Post: Jacob Trouba gets icy welcome in return to Winnipeg. There was a nice gesture by the Michigan-born Trouba to sign and give a young Jets fan a stick during warm-up.
Sportsnet: How motivated is each Canadian NHL team to buy at trade deadline? As you’d expect he is unsure of what to expect from the Jets.
TSN: Poor defensive zone coverage bites Jets against Rangers. Chris Kreider ran wild on the Jets, picking up a pair of goals and as TSN Hockey analyst Jamie McLennan explains, poor defensive zone coverage all around for the Jets came back to bite them in this one.
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