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

Note: The Jets are in offseason mode but is there really ever an offseason? If there is any news we will have it for you here.

Note II: The Moose are also now in offseason mode. We concluded the season on Thursday with an End of Season Roundtable. We’ve also complied all the links to the end of season media availabilities here.

Note III: Jets 2022 1st rounder Brad Lambert is a WHL Champion as he and his Seattle Thunderbirds defeated the Winnipeg Ice in game 5 and won the series 4 games to 1 to win the Ed Chynoweth Cup. Lambert finished the playoffs with 6G 20A for 26 points in 17 games. This is what he had to say after the game. He is now off to the Memorial Cup in Kamloops, BC.

Note IV: There were no smiles from the Winnipeg Ice after suffering defeat in the WHL Championship last night but they had a significant 2022-23 season. They finished with best regular season record in the WHL of 57-10-1-0. They also had two series sweeps during the playoffs.

Jets news:

The Athletic Winnipeg: Jets roster decisions: Who stays and who goes this offseason? (Paywall). Murat does his best to figure out who will stay, who will go and whose future will remain up in the air.

Wheeler Scheifele looking on

Photo Credit: Colby Spence (Illegal Curve)

The Athletic: The NHL ‘do something’ rankings: Which teams are most likely to have a spicy offseason? (Paywall). They don’t have the Jets running it back like they did last summer as these folks have the Jets sitting third on their list.

Jets video/audio:

Illegal Curve Hockey Show: Saturday Show/Podcast. On yesterday’s show we did a Jets core four Over/Under, discussed the Panthers/Hurricanes game 1 4OT, what is happening in Arizona and the impact it could have on Jets prospect Brad Lambert winning a WHL Championship.

Ice news:

Winnipeg Sun: Historic season for Winnipeg Ice ends in heartbreak. Scott recaps the season that was for the WHL club of Winnipeg.