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Note: The Jets traveled home on Wednesday after they went a disappointing 1-2-0 on their three-game road trip through California. Today they are scheduled to practice as they prepare for the Wings on Friday night.  They are scheduled to practice today as they get set to face the Wings to kick off the final regular season homestand of the 2022-23 campaign. Be sure to check back for the Practice Report.

Note II: Most of the Moose hit the ice on Wednesday for a quick skate as they tried to flush the last few games from their system and get themselves ready to face the Canucks starting tonight as they conclude their Spring Break Staycation series. Puck drop is at 7 PM CDT.

Note III: The Ice concluded the regular season last weekend and have spent this week preparing for their first round opponent. They face the Tigers in round one game one here in Winnipeg tomorrow night (tickets here) before they head to Medicine Hat for games three and four.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun: Jets at risk of epic collapse. Many folks at the start of the season felt this team could bounce back and be a playoff team and those same folks may have raised their expectations through the first half of the year. But seemingly coinciding with this team getting healthy, it has gone on an epic tail spin. 

Winnipeg Free Press: Finishing ugly would force a full Jets makeover. (Paywall). The joy is once again gone from joyland.

Daily Faceoff: What will the Winnipeg Jets’ offseason look likeRegardless of whether or not this team makes the playoffs it is going to be a fascinating summer in the ‘Peg. Frank and Mike discussed yesterday.

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Jets video:

Winnipeg Sun: The Jets are in trouble. Postmedia’s Ted Wyman and Scott Billeck dig into the problems facing the Winnipeg Jets, who are staring down an epic collapse to a season that began burning so bright. All that and more in an extended edition of Jets Setting.

TSN: What’s going on with the Jets? As the losses continue to pile up and their hold on the final wild card spot in the West erodes, the escalation of pointed comments from Jets head coach Rick Bowness has been evident. TSN Jets reporter John Lu has more on the situation in Winnipeg and how Thursday’s practice will be managed, before the Jets begin a critical five-game homestand on Friday.

TSN: Jets top players’ slump continues as playoff hopes begin to slipAfter suffering the third shutout defeat in their last seven games, Jets head coach Rick Bowness called out his team’s ‘inconsistencies’ in their performance down the stretch. That’s Hockey discusses the funk the Jets’ top scorers are in and what the summer could look like for a team that has some big names with one year left on their deals.

TSN: The Talking Point – Where does the blame lie for Winnipeg’s woes? The frustration in Winnipeg has been boiling over the last few weeks and head coach Rick Bowness has been leaking dissatisfaction through the media with the effort of some of his players. Now that the Jets have had their wild card lead dwindle to just two points over the Flames, where does the blame lie for their problems? TSN Hockey analyst Martin Biron shares his thoughts.

Global News: Hockey analyst John Shannon breaks down the Jets struggles. Will the Winnipeg Jets make the playoffs? What should the forward lines be going forward to spark some offence? 

Moose news:

Winnipeg Free Press: Moose need to increase intensity on road to AHL playoffs. The ramp up for the playoffs is alive and well as the Moose look to get closer to punching their ticket to the post-season.