Tag: Vancouver Canucks

Jets Links March 9th 2012

Jets Links March 9th 2012

| March 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

To be honest I wasn’t expecting a win in Vancouver. I was hoping we would get one but knew that it was going to be tough. I figured that if we could spilt the games on this road trip then it would be a success. Well tonight the Jets HAVE to win in cow-town. There […]

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Jets Vs. Canucks March 7th Game Preview

Jets Vs. Canucks March 7th Game Preview

| March 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Winnipeg Jets 32-27-8, 72 pts Vancouver Canucks 41-18-8, 90 pts 9:00pm Roger’s Arena The Jets head west on a very important two game swing. Tonight they face the mighty Canucks who have dropped their last two at home while the Jets come off an very successful home stand. I think the Jets will be the more confident […]

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Jets Links March 8th 2012

Jets Links March 8th 2012

| March 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Jets play a pivotal game tonight as they face the Canucks. Should be a good one. Just one year ago True North operated Vancouver’s AHL affilate, now Chipman and company come to Vancouver as equal members of the NHL. Its going to be a special moment for all involved. The Jets are the hotter team. Buff, Kane […]

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Jets Links March 7th 2012

Jets Links March 7th 2012

| March 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

So last night the Caps were able to steal a point at the last second to move within 2pts of the Jets. The important take away is now no team can overtake the Jets with their games in hand. The hand wringing about games that haven’t even been played yet can now officially end. The […]

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Young Stars Highlights Jets vs. Canucks

Young Stars Highlights Jets vs. Canucks

| September 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Winnipeg Jets rookies ended the Young Stars tournament on a good note with a 2-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks. The win sealed a very good tournament for the Jets youngsters. One that included some outstanding goaltending by Edward Pasquale, who tended the nets for 91:28 minutes without allowing a single goal in the tournament.

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