Category: Jets History

Jets Links – October 6th, 2011

Jets Links – October 6th, 2011

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Before we start I just want to say I am writing this on my Mac. Thanks Steve Jobs. You will be missed. The Jets go rowing, Bodie is released, more fake Jerseys and Atlanta braces for a year without hockey. These and more stories in today’s links. For once I find myself agreeing with Gary […]

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Jets History: April 28

Jets History: April 28

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Per TSN: April 28, 1996 – The Winnipeg Jets played their final game at the Winnipeg Arena, dropping a 4-1 decision to the Red Wings. It was a moment that everyone knew was coming, as it had already been announced coming into that year that this would be the last season for the Jets in […]

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Jets History: April 8

Jets History: April 8

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April 8, 1982 – Rookie Dale Hawerchuk picked up four assists as the Winnipeg Jets won 5-2 over the visiting St. Louis Blues, in Game 2 of the Norris Division Semi-Finals. This marked the Jets’ first Stanley Cup playoff win in team history! Sadly, it would be the only playoff victory for the Winnipeg Jets […]

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Jets History: March 6

Jets History: March 6

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March 6, 1984 – Winnipeg Jets superstar and former first round draft pick, Dale Hawerchuk, set an NHL record with five assists in one period. Hawerchuck notched five assists in the second period, propelling the Jets 7-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings. Hawerchuck finished the season with 65 assists and 102 points to lead […]

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Jets History: January 23

Jets History: January 23

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January 23, 1995 – Winnipeg Jets star forward, Teemu Selanne, scored once and added three assists while netminder Tim Cheveldae stopped 40 shots to secure 5-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks at Winnipeg Arena. This victory came despite being outshot 43-20 in the contest. January 23, 1992 – Winnipeg Jets goalie Stephane Beauregard turned aside […]

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