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

Note: The Jets were off on Monday after securing a big 6-1 win over the Devils on Sunday night. Today they will be practicing and scoreboard watching as the Flames, who they face in Winnipeg tomorrow and are just two points back, are home tonight to face the Hawks. Practice gets underway at 11 AM CDT. Stay tuned for the Practice Report.

Note II: The Moose were on the ice on Monday after taking a day off on Sunday. There was some potential good news about AHL All-Star Declan Chisholm on his injury so be sure to check out yesterday’s Practice Report. They have had a busy stretch of hockey so they are off again today as they try to rest up their players ahead of the final regular season home games which get underway on Thursday.

Note III: The Ice are in Medicine Hat where they currently hold a 2-0 round 1 series edge over the Tigers. Game 3 is this evening with puck drop at 8 PM CDT.

Jets news:

The Athletic Winnipeg: Inside how the Winnipeg Jets can continue to fix their struggling offence. (Paywall). If you’re thinking “but Murat they’ve scored 12 goals in their last two games” he has taken that into account. This article looks at “how to best generate offence” from players on the team during the last few weeks.

Winnipeg Sun: Jets proceeding with Pride night plan. Given what has happened around the league I guess there was some uncertainty about whether or not the Jets would go ahead with their planned Pride night but they tweeted out the news yesterday that it would be happening.

Jets video:

TSN: Winnipeg has ‘mojo’ back ahead of pivotal matchup with Flames. The Jets and Flames are fighting for the final wild card spot in the West, with Winnipeg in the driver’s seat as the NHL season winds down. Calgary is coming off back-to-back comeback wins, while the Jets picked up two straight blowout victories over the weekend. John Lu has more on the pivotal matchup on deck for Wednesday.

Sportsnet: Will Jets or Flames come out on top in head-to-head wild card showdownNHL insider Frank Seravalli joins Evanka Osmak to break down the biggest stories in the NHL playoff race, including a dramatic head-to-head matchup between the Calgary Flames and Winnipeg Jets that could decide the West wild card.

Photo Credit: Colby Spence (Illegal Curve)

TSN: Who gets in the playoffs: Winnipeg or CalgaryThe Jets and Flames are heating up as the regular season comes to a close, with Winnipeg holding a two-point cushion for the last wild card in the West. Can the Jets hold on, or will Calgary take control? The TH panel shares their thoughts.

Global News: Talking Jets with Kelly Moore. 680 CJOB Sports Director Kelly Moore talks about the offensive outburst for the Winnipeg Jets over the last two games leading into a huge game Wednesday night against the Calgary Flames, plus the team’s plans for Pride Night and if any players could back out.

Jets audio:

Sportsnet: 32 Thoughts Podcast. Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman spoke about the Jets win over the Devils and the Flames win over the Ducks. Marek asked Friedman about his thoughts about this race between these two clubs. Friedman spoke about the Bowness media availability in San Jose and he references the Ehlers ice time comments from head coach Rick Bowness.