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Note: It was a late one but worth watching as Andrew Copp scored four times and Connor Hellebuyck made 38 saves as the Michigan duo led the Jets to a 5-1 win over the Canucks last night in Vancouver. The team is traveling to Calgary today as they get set for a three-game set in Alberta to close out this seven-game road trip.

Note II:  The Moose will finally get loose after 12 days between games when they welcome the Laval Rocket to Winnipeg for a four-game set. Puck drop is at 6 PM.

Jets news:

Sportsnet: Andrew Copp constantly pushing for more as Jets continue to climbKen with more on the hard-working forward who has been pushing for a bigger and bigger role on this Jets team each year he has played on it.

Winnipeg Sun: Copp scores four as Jets thrash Canucks againFunny timing as he spent part of the morning media availability discussing his line’s ability to produce offence and not just as checkers.  He certainly showed the truth of his words later that night.


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Winnipeg Sun: Jets don’t see makeup calls, just want consistency from stripesIt was the topic du jour on Wednesday as folks reacted to the incident on Tuesday between Nashville and Detroit.

Winnipeg Free Press: Copp scores four goals for career night and another win in Vancouver. (Paywall).  It wasn’t just a memorable night for the Michigan born Copp as he made someone 100K richer. 

Winnipeg Free Press: NHL referee ‘game management’ likely won’t change. (Paywall).

Sportsnet: Canucks snap back to reality after another lopsided loss to JetsHard not to think that was the nail in the coffin for the playoff hopes of Vancouver.  Read about the game from a writer that covers the Jets opposition.

The Athletic Winnipeg: How the Jets’ trade deadline will be impacted by the Kraken expansion draft and Logan Stanley’s emergence. (Paywall).  Stanley has certainly thrown a wrinkle in the plans for the Jets.  And while the impact of the draft is something the Jets GM has to factor in when making decisions he also had to figure out if this is a season he wants to “go for it” which will likely require an add on D.

Jets video:

TSN: Jets took advantage of the ‘gifts’ the Canucks gave themAfter the Canucks suffered their third straight loss, TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson joins Jermain Franklin to discuss what led to Vancouver’s downfall against the Jets.