Note: The Jets were off on Sunday following their 5-0 win on Saturday night in Montreal to sweep their two-game series with the Habs. Today they are in Ottawa to kick off two straight games against the Senators as part of their five-game road trip. Check back for the pre-game report following skate at the Canadian Tire Centre for updates as well as for the media availability with players and coach Paul Maurice. Puck drop is at 6 PM CDT. Join us afterwards for our post-game show here (be sure to smash that like/subscribe button).
Note II: The Moose and Senators play their final game of this four-game series this afternoon at 4 PM. We will have it covered so stay tuned.
Note III: With today being trade deadline day at 2 PM CDT be sure to keep it locked here and to all of our social media channels if the Jets make a move. We will be doing a special 12 noon Trade Deadline show on our YouTube channel so be sure you are following here.
Note IV: At some point today we will hear from Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff so be sure to check back for that. (Update: You can watch it here).
Winnipeg Sun: Brutal honesty, trade deadlines. In his latest Bits by Billeck article Scott looks back to last year’s trade deadline and ahead to this one.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets’ second power-play unit making strong case for PP1 status. A little healthy internal competition between the two squads have helped the Jets become a top 5 (4th to be precise) PP team in the NHL.
Winnipeg Free Press: Big addition improbable, but team could use a little body putty. (Paywall). I think the most action today may be at the waiver wire for the Jets. Perhaps Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff goes off the board like he did with Stastny.
Sportsnet: Jets trade deadline preview: How big is Cheveldayoff willing to go? Guess we are about to find out. Ken gets you set up with seven or so hours until the deadline.
TSN: Jets looking for blueline size. TSN Jets reporter has the latest from Winnipeg including what the team could be looking for on the blueline, and the status of captain Blake Wheeler.
TSN: Cheveldayoff not concerned with ‘keeping up’ when considering possible trades. Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff spoke about what it’s like for him when he sees deals getting done ahead of the deadline and insists that it doesn’t change his approach. Cheveldayoff also spoke to James Duthie about the likelihood he makes a move Monday.