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Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers–October 26, 2015

Latest Jets news.

Michael Hutchinson debut

Winnipeg Free Press: A Sloppy Victory is a Victory NonethelessTim Campbell with his insights into last night’s Jets win that appeared was going to be a cakewalk, but was anything but

Winnipeg Free Press: Hutchinson Unfazed Giving Up a Goal So Quick10 seconds in, it appeared it was going to be a long night for the home team, but Michael Hutchinson wasn’t worried

Winnipeg Free Press: Last Night, in PhotosA pictorial summary of last night’s Jets-Wild game

Winnipeg Sun: Too Close for ComfortKen Wiebe with his analysis on last night’s squeaker of a victory

Winnipeg Sun: Stafford Proving His Worth Last NightMore from Ken, this time looking at the impact and effectiveness of Drew Stafford last night

Minneapolis Star Tribune: The View from the Minnesota Side of the IceIs Devan Dubnyk completely healthy? To all of us in the press-box, the answer was no.

Minneapolis Star Tribune: “Pretty Close but Not Enough Tonight”Michael Russo, Wild beat-writer, writes about last night

Afternoon Update

Winnipeg Free Press: Evander Kane Feels the Jets Organization Didn’t Have His BackNothing we haven’t heard from Evander before, with the usual allegation of racism thrown in for good measure

Winnipeg Free Press: Jets Embrace Lack of Line JugglingThe Jets have been healthy this season, and have been getting good results, so if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?