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Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Your source for all the latest Jets and Moose news, video and audio.

Note:  Stay tuned for today’s overseas prospect (or players under contract to Winnipeg) report which will look quite a bit different than the last couple.  To read it click here.

Jets news:

The Athletic: Seattle Kraken expansion mock draft 5.0: What could the roster look like? (Paywall).  Not about the Jets specifically but they do discuss the local NHL club in terms of who they see Seattle selecting from Winnipeg.

Jets video:

Steve Dangle Podcast: Who is the best team in Canada? Nick Kypreos joined the show to discuss who he believes will win the All-Canadian division.

Scheifele vs Leafs scaled

Photo Credit: Colby Spence (Illegal Curve)

Sportsnet:  Who’s Better: Winnipeg Jets Patrik Laine or Calgary Flames Matthew TkachukSean Reynolds & Ryan Leslie engage in a heated debate as to who’s the better hockey player, Matthew Tkachuk or Patrik Laine?

Illegal Curve Hockey Show Podcast:

Topics: Power ranking the Jets under the most pressure entering the 2021 season (players and/or coaches, executives), Cole Perfetti named to Team Canada’s roster for the World Juniors, Ville Heinola and Henri Nikkanan named to Team Finland’s roster for the World Juniors, The Moose could be in a four-team All-Canadian division this upcoming season, Reflections on Dave’s chat with Jets 2017 3rd rounder Jonathan Kovacevic, The Score’s series looking at innovative ideas from different corners of the hockey world.

Guests: Paul Edmonds (Jets analyst for TSN 1290 Radio) at 29:23 and John Matisz (National hockey writer for TheScore) at 53:32.

To listen to part 1 click here.

Topics: NHL still targeting January 13th for the start of the 2020-2021 season, U.S.-based team executives predict the All-Canadian Division, Vegas Golden Knights reportedly shopping Max Pacioretty, Jonathan Marchessault and Marc-Andre Fleury.

Guests: Martin Biron (Former NHL goaltender, Studio analyst for TSN, RDS, MSG) at 18:11 and Chris Peters (ESPN Draft and Prospects Analyst) at 42:18.

To listen to part 2 click here.