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Jets Links October 21st, 2011

Jets Links October 21st, 2011

| October 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

Well that was pretty crappy. No forecheck, no offense and sloppy play all around. You know what’s funny I’m talking about my Adult League game last night but could easily be describing the Jets performance in Ottawa. Jets look bad in loss. Winnipeg wants to host the Heritage Classic. Burmistrov starts to hit is stride […]

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Jets Links October 16th, 2011

Jets Links October 16th, 2011

| October 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

OK that was really ugly. The worst part is a I watched the Coyote’s feed and had to listen to their announcers gloating for the entire 3rd period. Listen, we all knew were weren’t getting the 1980′s Oilers, but I still thought this team had potential (and still do). I’m not sure if its the players or the coaching, […]

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Winnipeg Jets Defense Needs to Play D First

Winnipeg Jets Defense Needs to Play D First

| October 11, 2011 | 1 Comment

I have two major pet peeves in my life. Two things that irritate me more than anything. People who park on the wrong side of the road and defensemen who pinch and jump into the play too much. I’ll leave the parking for another time. But, today, I want to discuss pinching defensemen and what they mean to the […]

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Jets Links October 10th, 2011

Jets Links October 10th, 2011

| October 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

Well it wasn’t the story book ending we all wanted but does anyone really care? The Jets dropped a 5-1 decision to Montreal but in reality the score didn’t mean a whole heck of a lot. The real story is the Jets are back! A look at yesterday’s game, Bettman the hero, big party at the Forks […]

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Jets Links – October 6th, 2011

Jets Links – October 6th, 2011

| October 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

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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