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Your source for all the latest hockey news in Manitoba.

Note: The Jets returned home after they went 2-1-0 on their three-game road trip courtesy of their 5-2 victory over the Blues last night in St. Louis. They were scheduled to practice at Canada Life today but have subsequently cancelled so they’ll be back on the ice tomorrow as they get set to kick off five straight at home starting with the Predators tomorrow night.

Note II: The Moose practiced on Tuesday as they put the past weekend behind them and got ready for the upcoming weekend as they get set to host Laval. It was a good news (Jets prospect Chaz Lucius is good to go) bad news (captain Jimmy Oligny dealing with an ACL/MCL injury) sort of day when it came to injury updates.  Today they will not be focused on hockey as they trade their hockey gloves for work gloves and head to Siloam Mission to help out those less fortunate in our community.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Sun: Jets top line leaves St. Louis singing the blues. A combined 10 points was quite the exclamation point on the road trip.

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Winnipeg Sun: Is a Nino Niederreiter extension a ‘no-brainer’? Short answer: Yes. For the longer answer read Scott’s column.

Winnipeg Free Press: Jets top line combines for 10 points in 5-2 victory over Blues. (Paywall). It was a big performance by the top line. Mike gives you his thoughts from insider Enterprise Center.

Winnipeg Free Press: Adam Lowry excelling as Jets captain. (Paywall). While on the road Mike sat down for a one on one with the Jets captain in a wide-ranging chat. 

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Missed chances critical as Blues lose to Jets, 5-2. Always good to get insight from the game from a writer that covers the Jets opponent. 

Jets video:

TSN: Sawyer praises the performance of Jets’ top line: ‘They were all over this game’TSN’s Kevin Sawyer joins Dan Robertson to discuss the Jets’ strong pushback in their win against the Blues, and how Winnipeg’s top line stepped up in a big way and “were all over this game”.

TSN: ‘Absolutely dominant’: McLennan dissects Scheifele’s impressive start to the yearMark Scheifele continued his hot start to the season with his 86th career multi-point game in the Jets’ win over the Blues. TSN Hockey analyst Jamie McLennan joins SportsCentre to discuss how impressive he’s been in the first 12 games of the season, and what’s stood out to him about Connor Hellebuyck’s play to start the year.