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Winnipeg Free Press: Montoya holds hot hand in Jets’ net. There is no denying that he stood up to a solid Wings team and made the saves his team needed him to make.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets need Wings to take flight. Another example of playing up to their competition?
Winnipeg Free Press: Zach’s back but Jets won’t rush him. While he did have success in St. John’s it was only in two games, so rather than throwing him into play right away, it makes sense to get him some practice time with the Jets first.
Winnipeg Sun: Where have those Jets been? Paul wonders where have these Jets been all season? In addition he look at a potential goalie controversy, quick start, Scheifele shines, power outage and a quick tilt to start game.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets make a statement to remember in win over Wings. It was certainly not what many were expecting following a disheartening loss to the Hawks on Saturday. But these Jets rose to the occasion and played a fairly complete hockey game last night.
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Jets on a Deadline – Jets 4 Wings 2:
Winnipeg Jets: Montoya, Scheifele, Frolik, Bogosian and Clitsome.
Detroit Red Wings: Coach Babcock, Helm, Tootoo, Zetterberg and Kronwall.
Coach Noel post-game. Coach Noel met with the media following the game against Detroit.
Post-game podcast from the Press box. Host Drew Mindell and Analyst Michael Remis break down the Jets play against the Wings.