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  • Thomas Steen

    Thomas Steen

    Thomas is one of the most underrated Swedish players in NHL history. He grew up in the small town of Grums in the Värmland region where he learned to play hockey as a little kid. His childhood idol was his cousin and ex-NHL’er Dan Labraaten as well as his older brother Malte Steen who played […]

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    | December 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Death and Tax Breaks (well no death, mostly just tax breaks)

    Death and Tax Breaks (well no death, mostly just tax breaks)

    Today in the Free Press Bartley Kives had a piece about True North getting 6.9 Million in city and provincial subsidies. With that number to raise to almost 11 million once 90 VLT’s get transfered to True North. As you can imagine the vocal minority is up in arms. “How dare they give our hard earned tax […]

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    | March 2, 2012 | 0 Comments
  • 5 Keys to Make the Playoffs

    5 Keys to Make the Playoffs

    Now that’s what I am talking about! The Jets had a great game last night and need to build on that to make the playoffs. They seemed to have a little extra jump in their step and when the Flyers pressed they were able to weather the storm and then respond. All in all it […]

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    | February 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Don’t Write Off The Jets Just Yet!

    Don’t Write Off The Jets Just Yet!

    So yesterday the Jets got a big win at home that leaves them only 3pts out of a playoff birth in the Eastern Conference. They played well and looked like the team we remember from December, not the one that was decimated by injuries and humbled in January. A few hours before the game Gary […]

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    | January 20, 2012 | 1 Comment
  • How To Shop For Winnipeg Jets Fans

    How To Shop For Winnipeg Jets Fans

    With the popularity of Winnipeg Jets merchandise, you can bet that the factories are churning out a plethora of Jets gear for the holiday shopping season. According to several sports retailers, Winnipeg Jets apparel has been some of the best selling merchandise for the past several months. We’ve gathered the best Winnipeg Jets Hats, T-shirts […]

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    | November 20, 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Thomas Steen
  • Death and Tax Breaks (well no death, mostly just tax breaks)
  • 5 Keys to Make the Playoffs
  • Don’t Write Off The Jets Just Yet!
  • How To Shop For Winnipeg Jets Fans

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Jets History: February 19

Jets History: February 19

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February 19, 2012 – The Winnipeg Jets beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-1 at the MTS Centre. Bryan Little notched two goals and Blake Wheeler chipped in with four assists on the night. The victory made it three wins in a row for the Jets. February 19, 1988- Clint Malarchuk recorded his 7th career shutout, and […]

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Jets History: December 23

Jets History: December 23

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December 23, 1993- Teemu Selanne notched the seventh hat trick of his career, and added one assist to lead the Jets to a 5-2 win over the Quebec Nordiques at the Winnipeg Arena. December 23, 1983 – Dale Hawerchuk scored his 100th career NHL goal and added an assist as the Winnipeg Jets won 6-3 […]

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Jets History: December 4

Jets History: December 4

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December 4, 1991: Troy Murray had a goal and an assist to give him 500 NHL career points, in a 5-4 Jets’ win over Buffalo, at the Winnipeg Arena. December 4, 1988: Calgary Flames Captain, Lanny McDonald, racked up his 500th career assist as the Flames beat the Winnipeg Jets 6-3 at the Winnipeg Arena. […]

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Jets History: December 2

Jets History: December 2

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December 2, 1990: The Jets couldn’t contain Garth Butcher on this night as the Canucks blueliner piled up four assists in a 5-1 Vancouver victory over the Jets in Winnipeg. December 2, 1989: The Jets lost dropped a 6-3 decision at home to the New York Islanders. Islanders Centerman, Brent Sutter, a goal and three […]

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Jets History: October 9

Jets History: October 9

| October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

October 9 is one of the most memorable days in history for many Jets fans as it represents the first NHL goal of one of the most revered players in the history of the franchise and the date the NHL and the Jets returned to Winnipeg! October 9, 1981: Rookie Dale Hawerchuk scored the first […]

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