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Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers–November 5, 2015

Latest Jets news.

The Jets will be back in action this evening, in the Nation’s Capital, versus the Senators. Remember, you can follow along to the game action, with accompanying analysis, by following us on Twitter, @illegalcurve.

Here are your Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers:

Winnipeg Free Press: From Zero to Hero in 2:04—Not sure why people say from the “doghouse to the penthouse” anymore. Who has a doghouse anymore? My dog lives a better life than I do—never has to do any work, always has food available. In any event, Burmistrov did well last night after not doing so well beforehand.

Winnipeg Free Press: Next Stop: The Nation’s Capital—Jets get right back at it, this time in Ottawa. Will they play better in Ottawa under a Liberal government, than they did under a Conservative government (2-3-0)?

Senators bench - January 19, 2013

Winnipeg Sun: Burmistrov’s Beauty Beats Buds—A big win for the Jets, as there is nothing more demoralizing than losing to the Leafs.

Winnipeg Sun: Cormier Called Up, Copp on the Mend—With the Jets rookie centre banged up, the team has turned to a familiar face in Cormier to fill the roster spot

Canadian Press: Burmistrov Sends Partisan Jets Crowd Home Happy—With so many expat Winnipeggers in Toronto, it was no surprise that the True North shout-out was particularly strong last night.

Toronto Star: Leafs Loss Hard to Stomach after Solid Effort—Organizations may tank, but players don’t, which makes last night’s defeat all the more galling for Leafs players

Toronto Star: Ehlers Turning Heads in Rookie Campaign—They are taking notice of the Jets rookie throughout the NHL

Toronto Sun: Loss in Physical Game Leaves More Bruises than the Bodychecks—Another game, another late game collapse and loss by the Leafs