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

Note: The Jets are on holiday break until February 9th.

Note II: The Moose practiced yesterday in Milwaukee and they will do the same today as they prepare to face the Admirals tomorrow night.

Note III: The Ice were in action in Winnipeg which saw them defeat the Blades by a final score of 5-3 which included this incredible goal by Zach Benson who sits 2nd in the WHL in scoring. They’ll next head to Brandon and Saskatoon for a pair of games this weekend.

Note IV: With his visa situation resolved Jets prospect Brad Lambert (2022 1st) was back in action with Seattle on Monday. He was playing centre for Seattle. He’d finish with one assist, five shots on net, 8/13 in the faceoff circle and was named 2nd Star of Game.

Note V: Jets goalie prospect Domenic DiVincentiis (2022 7th) was named OHL goaltender of the month as he had a sterling 7-0-0-1 recording during January for the Battalion. Overall he is 25-6-1 on the season with a 2.51 GAA and a .911 save%

Jets news:

Yahoo Sports: Canadian NHL team grades: Oilers and Jets riding high, Canucks sideshow rages on. He handed Winnipeg an ‘A’ grade and has Josh Morrissey as his biggest surprise.

Jets win over Blues

Photo Credit: Colby Spence (Illegal Curve)

Global News: Former Jet Ray Neufeld taking part in team’s Black History Month events. A notable member of the Jets 1.0 and a Winkler, Manitoba product helping to contribute to a worthwhile cause here in the province.

Jets video:

TSN: TradeCentre Lookahead: Will Jets ‘seize the moment’A 12-game stretch of inconsistent play casted a dark cloud over the Jets heading into their break, but John Lu explains why their play coming out of the break could affect how general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff ‘seizes the moment’ to address their needs at the deadline.

Sportsnet: Which Canadian team will make the biggest trade deadline splash? | Jeff Marek ShowElliotte Friedman joined the Jeff Marek Show with Matt Marchese to discuss which Canadian team he thinks could make the biggest move ahead of the NHL trade deadline.