Here are your Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers for Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets Captain Andrew Ladd: We Supported Evander Kane
Winnipeg Free Press: Evander Kane: The Jets Organisation Didn’t Appreciate Me—Whatever you think of Evander, Sunday, January 10 when Kane/the Sabres visit Winnipeg, is going to be a heated atmosphere at Portage & Hargrave.
Winnipeg Sun: “Jealousy is a Disease, it Really is”—More musings from Mr. Kane.
The Hockey News: “I asked for a Trade Every Off-Season”—Lather, rinse, repeat.
Winnipeg Free Press: Lowry and Stafford Making Sweet Music Together—After Stafford’s two-goal game on Sunday, it was a mutual appreciation society at yesterday’s Jets practice.
Winnipeg Sun: Perreault Praises Precociousness of Precious Playmaking Partners—As you might expect, Mathieu Perreault has enjoyed playing with Scheifele and Ehlers
Winnipeg Free Press: Stable Lines Leads to On-Ice Success—The Jets have been healthy, and have been playing well, so why change up the forward lines?
Winnipeg Free Press: Errant Elbow Eliminates Earnings—Alex Burmistrov is fined by NHL Department of Player Safety for his Elbow to Minnesota Wild player Jared Spurgeon.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets-Kings Game Day Set Up—Amidst all the Kane hoopla, there is an actual game to be played today.