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

Note: After off ice workouts on day 3 of pro mini camp the prospects are back on the ice today   Stay tuned for more.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press:Jets forward vs. Mount Everest. (Paywall). It will certainly be a tall hill to climb for Evgeny Svechnikov but the good news him is we don’t have any tall mountains in Manitoba.  It’s interesting to hear his excitement to be in Winnipeg for the opportunity in front of him.

Winnipeg Sun: Summer of tragedy has helped Jets’ Nash gain perspective. It wasn’t an easy summer for him which probably helps to put playing hockey into perspective

SI | The Hockey News: Stanley Cup Windows 2021-22: Central Division. They’ve got the Jets in the win-now window.

Blake Wheeler at practice scaled

Photo Credit: Colby Spence (Illegal Curve)

Jets audio/video:

Illegal Curve Hockey Show: September 18th, 2021 Podcast. Topics on the show included: Jets coach Paul Maurice feeling this is the “Best-Balanced Lineup We’ve Had”. Pressure on Paul Maurice this season. Expectations for Winnipeg this season. Pierre Luc Dubois discussion and his comments on 31 Thoughts Podcast. Forecasting the Jets forward line configurations.  Guests were Dominic Toninato (Winnipeg Jets forward) and John Forslund )Seattle Kraken play-by-play voice).

The Jets and Moose remain off the ice while the Ice of Winnipeg are back on it tomorrow night here in Manitoba.

Be sure to keep it locked to https://illegalcurve.com/ for all the latest news you can use.

Tongues were wagging in south Florida at the All-Star gear worn by Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck.

The folks who made his gear are giving it away to one lucky fan.

https://illegalcurve.com/win-winnipeg-jets-goalie-connor-hellebuycks-one-of-a-kind-all-star-game-used-gear/

Dinner bell is ringing.

Time to eat and peruse the latest hockey news.

https://illegalcurve.com/winnipeg-jets-morning-papers-3762/

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