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Latest Jets & IceCaps news.

Note:  Tune into the Illegal Curve Hockey Show now on spring hours (from 9 am until noon).  Plenty to discuss as we catch up on all the latest Stanley Cup Playoff news and take a final look at the Winnipeg Jets 2013/14 season.  GuestsJoshua Cooper (The Tennessean), Aaron Portzline (Columbus Dispatch), Pat Hickey (Montreal Gazette) and Tom Lynn (Veritas Hockey).

Jets news:

The Hockey News:  Criticism hurled at Kane, Byfuglien, Subban & others is about race more than characterThis is a tough one.  Read twitter where you can see numerous examples of ignorance and racism (might be time for a campaign “think before you tweet”) that spews forth whenever these players are in the news.  While you cannot deny that same exists, I am also not sure it is fair to suggest that the majority of the criticism (not via social media) comes from prejudice.  Perhaps it is, but the experience I have had with fans in this city suggests this is not the case.  What do you think?

Winnipeg Free Press:  The art of hockey analytics.  Ed gives you some insight into the world of stats.

Winnipeg Sun:  Petan leads Portland into WHL Western finalFans have to be excited to see the continued development of the Jets 2nd round selection in the 2013 draft.
Nic Petan at Development Camp

IceCaps news:

The Telegram:  IceCaps shut out Sharks 6-0Solid return for Michael Hutchinson who got his first start since returning from his stint with the JetsLast game of the regular season goes this evening as the final tune up before the playoffs.

Worchester Telegram:  IceCaps take advantage of listless Worcester SharksA view of the game from the other side as Worchester ends their season out of the playoffs and on a losing note.


Wheeler turns back the clock to help Jets take down the defending champs. 'The Winnipeg Jets are shredding the opposition defensively'.


Wheeler proving he’s still a leader for the Jets, regardless of title. Wheeler gets hat trick as Jets bury Avs. Wheeler nets hat trick, Hellebuyck slams the door as Jets rout Avalanche 5-0. Jets know there’s more work to be done.

The Jets are scheduled to practice today as they turn the page on last night's win over the defending Cup champs and prepare for the Jackets who are here on Friday.

The Moose have another day of practice as they prepare for first ever school day game.

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