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

Note: The Jets kicked off this seven game homestand last night with a 4-3 shootout win which saw Pierre-Luc Dubois keep up his torrid goal pace, Kyle Connor/Mark Scheifele score dirty shootout goals and Eric Comrie win his second game in the last three for Winnipeg who are now enjoyed a 5-0-2 points streak.  They are off today.

Note II: The Moose have one final day of practice in Winnipeg today before they take off for Milwaukee tomorrow to kick start six games on the road starting with the Admirals on Friday.

Note III:  Off the ice on Tuesday the big focus was on the press conference held by Jets co-owner Mark Chipman and GM Kevin Cheveldayoff which you can watch in its entirety here.

Note IV: The Illegal Curve Locker Room is here and it is time to submit your orders before November 6th.  Check out and purchase all your IC branded shirts, hats, hoodies and more which are all made locally here in Winnipeg.

Jets news:

Sportsnet: Jets’ leaders strike empathetic tone, but actions are needed to forge real change. As they say “talk is cheap”, what comes next and if this is maintained into the future is what is important now.

Winnipeg Sun: Scheifele lifts Jets over the Stars with shootout winner in return from COVID-19. The Jets showed off plenty of balance, had another solid outing from backup goalie Eric Comrie. Scott breaks it down.

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Winnipeg Sun: ‘What we know now, it’s heartbreaking’: Jets’ Chevy, Chipman, promise change. Paul was in attendance and shares this column from Canada Life on Tuesday. 

Winnipeg Sun: Jets GM apologizes to abuse victim, says system failed him. Scott pens this piece on the news from Tuesday.

Winnipeg Free Press: Scheifele scores winner in shootout victory over Stars. (Paywall). JB gives his insight into last night’s shootout win by the local NHL club. 

Winnipeg Free Press: Hockey culture needs to change: Lowry. (Paywall). There are things to admire about hockey so it isn’t a call to “burn it all down” but like in any facet of life there are always going to be things that can be improved.

Winnipeg Free Press: Beach ‘failed by a system that should have helped him’ Jets GM says. (Paywall). Can’t argue with that headline. Regardless of what anyone things young people were hurt because of what happened. 

The Athletic Winnipeg: Jets’ Mark Chipman, Kevin Cheveldayoff pledge change in wake of Blackhawks scandal. Now it’s time to ‘do the work’. (Paywall).

TSN: Biggest takeaways from Cheveldayoff’s media availability. Transcribed comments from the insiders on yesterday’s presser.

Sportsnet: Jets’ Adam Lowry, Canucks’ Bo Horvat speak on NHLPA meeting, hockey cultureLots of good insight from the Jets player rep.

Jets video:

Sportsnet: Dubois has been dominant for Jets to start seasonSean Reynolds and Ken Wiebe discuss the strong play from Pierre-Luc Dubois to start the season.

Sportsnet: Cheveldayoff and Chipman’s vulnerability important to see. Sean Reynolds and Ken Wiebe discuss the press conference held by the Winnipeg Jets and why it was good to see Kevin Cheveldayoff and Mark Chipman show a vulnerable side.

TSN: Chipman and Cheveldayoff showed humanity and compassion. After Jets chairman Mark Chipman and general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff addressed the media on Tuesday regarding the Blackhawks investigation and Cheveldayoff’s involvement, TSN’s Winnipeg reporter Sara Orlesky joined SportsCentre to share her takeaways.