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Tuesday Vote To End Coyotes Speculation

| May 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Gary Lawless Reports from the Winnipeg Free Press Tuesday night, May 10, 2011 will but this saga to be once and for all…maybe. The Phoenix Coyotes will either remain in Glendale at Jobing.com Arena or they will be packed up stick by stick and player by player and shipped to Winnipeg and a new home […]

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Winnipeg Jets: For The Love Of The Game Documentary Part 2/3

| February 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

This TSN Documentary examines the passion for the game of Hockey in Canada & the notion that perhaps the NHL is deliberately keeping Canadian teams out of its exclusive club. This 3 part series looks as all aspects of keeping a franchise in Winnipeg thru interviews with all of the main players.

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Jennifer Hanson Sings At Save The Winnipeg Jets Rally

| February 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

This is a clip from the “Save The Jets” Rally held at the Forks in Winnipeg on May 16th/1995. Jennifer Hanson sings a salute the crowd that loved her singing our National Anthem then, and who will certainly hope for her return when the Jets Fly Again! Bring’Em Back!

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Coyotes Close To Deal To Keep Them In Phoenix

| December 13, 2010 | 1 Comment

This article from Terry Frei of the Denver Post doesn’t look like good news for Winnipeg Jets fans. But, the fat lady hasn’t quite finished the song yet! On Tuesday in Arizona, the Glendale City Council will vote on a proposed 30-year lease for the Phoenix Coyotes at the city-owned Jobing.com Arena. If approved, the […]

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Winnipeg Jets Win Game In OT After Puck Is Thrown Into Goal

| August 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

This game was ended at the 41 second mark after Nelson Emerson of the Winnipeg Jets, Catches a puck in mid-air on a puck clearing by Chicago Blackhawk goaltender Ed Belfour, and threw the puck into the net. In any case, the goal should have been disallowed and a Penalty should have been called against Emerson however; Because the Winnipeg Jets are the most beloved Professional Sports team All-Time; The Goal was allowed! This decision was made even after a “Video Review” was conducted. This sent the Chicago Blackhawks into a rage who surrounded the Referee ( Denis Morel ) and Linesmen ( Mark Pare & Brad Lazanowich ) who continued to argue the goal long after the decision was made

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