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Video: Jets score twice in 50 seconds

Jim Slater and Michael Frolik scored 50-seconds apart to give the Winnipeg Jets an early 2-0 lead over the Vancouver Canucks.

Slater opened the scoring with his fifth of the season at 4:34 of the first period and Frolik added his 18th of the season at 5:24 as Winnipeg scored twice on four shots. 37 more words

Vancouver Canucks

Jets have shot at first playoff spot since returning to Winnipeg

WINNIPEG

The Winnipeg Jets are in the middle of a playoff race and nobody appreciates that situation as much as Jim Slater.

Slater, 32, is the longest-serving player in the organization, with his tenure dating to the 2005-06 season when this team was the Atlanta Thrashers. 790 more words

Montreal Canadiens

PHT Morning Skate: Mouillierat's winding road to a first NHL goal

PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond. 264 more words

NHL Wide

Jets Mid-Season Report Card, Part 2...by Geoff Brookes

By Geoff Brookes
D. Forwards


1 – Little, Ladd and Wheeler (“LLW”) – Grade A

Try as they might, no coach has been able to keep these 3 guys apart for any length of time, since Wheeler arrived in Atlanta in the trade from Boston. 1,228 more words

Sports

Jets blank Jackets for fifth straight win

Jets rookie Michael Hutchinson made 29 saves for his second career shutout and Blake Wheeler scored the game winner as Winnipeg blanked Columbus 4-0 Wednesday night. 134 more words

Columbus Blue Jackets

The Winnipeg Jets beat up the Colorado Avalanche in every way possible

The Avalanche were just getting smoked on the ice and I guess they were tired of it. Down 5-1 at the time, a pile of players converged in front of the Winnipeg net and tempers flared.   110 more words

NHL

Streaking Jets can match Thrashers' record points streak tonight

The book of “Famous Atlanta Thrashers Moments” isn’t all that thick, but one of the team’s most memorable stretches could be matched tonight in Montreal. 317 more words

Boston Bruins