Note: The Jets are on All-Star break until February 9th when they return to Winnipeg for practice ahead of their first game back on the 11th against the Blackhawks.
Note II: The Moose are on All-Star break until they return to action in Grand Rapids on the 10th.
Note III: The Ice kick off four straight at home starting tonight against the Hitmen. Puck drop is at 7:05 PM CST.
Note IV: The folks at True Hockey are providing quite the opportunity for one lucky fan of Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck to win his All-Star gear.
Daily Faceoff: Five potential trade destinations for San Jose Sharks’ Timo Meier. No surprise given all the buzz but he’s got the Jets on the list.
Global News: Jets set to begin intense final 30 regular season games. The NHL season is a marathon not a sprint but it will also add a different element writes Paul as it gets closer and closer to playoff hockey.
Sportsnet: Could Jets trade prospects for big fish in deadline deal? You had questions and Wieber has answers to the many Jets related questions he received in his monthly mailbag.
San Jose Mercury News: WithWinnipeg Jets GM looking on, Timo Meier shows why he’s so valuable. GM Kevin Cheveldayoff was at the game last night according to Curtis and he details what Timo Meier did and why Winnipeg may make sense.
Winnipeg Sun: Trade deadline fast approaching. In his Snapshots column Scott covers an update on the Jets during their break, what happened at the All-Star game, Chaz Lucius done for the season and the Trade Deadline.
Winnipeg Free Press: Brad Lambert excited to ‘get rolling again’. (Paywall). Mike caught up with the Jets 2022 first rounder as he gets comfortable in the WHL.
The Athletic: NHL’s restricted free agents: 12 players who are in for a raise. No surprise that Pierre-Luc Dubois, who is having a career season, cracks this list.
Manitoba official site: Chat with Jets prospect Declan Chisholm after appearing at AHL All-Star game. Jets 2018 5th rounder Declan Chisholm went to his first AHL All-Star game this past weekend in Laval as the representative of the Manitoba Moose. After making his NHL debut with Winnipeg last season he has followed that up with another fantastic season for the Moose with four goals and 27 assists for 31 points in 42 games. He is probably the best skating prospect currently with Manitoba and is a player well worth watching for Jets fans waiting to see who is on the cusp of playing in the NHL.