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Winnipeg Jets: Satire meets reality when Kevin Cheveldayoff speaks

I love satire. Big fan of satire.

What I enjoy most about satire is that you can be as cheeky, as sarcastic and as disposed to irreverence as you choose and nobody takes you seriously. 698 more words


Are the Jets tanking or are they gantinking?...by Geoff Brookes

© Geoff Brookes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

“’Tanking’ may refer to the following…Match fixing, more specifically when a competitor deliberately loses without gambling being involved” 670 more words


Winnipeg Jets make no moves on NHL trade deadline day

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets once again stayed silent on NHL trade deadline day with general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff making no moves.

The team wasn’t expected to complete any deals on Monday after trading Andrew Ladd, Matt Fraser and Jay Harrison to the Chicago Blackhawks last week. 91 more words


Don't be fooled...Andrew Ladd had a choice!!! by Geoff Brookes

(c) Geoff Brookes

Andrew Ladd is moving on.

We will miss his intensity, his leadership, and his skill around the net.

But let’s be real. He could have signed a contract extension with the Jets. 478 more words


Winnipeg Jets: Do Mark Chipman and Kevin Cheveldayoff still not have a clue what to do with Andrew Ladd?

Let’s be clear on something vis-a-vis Andrew Ladd: He has been a good and loyal foot soldier, but, as a hockey player, he has delivered nothing extraordinary in his five-season tour of duty with the Winnipeg Jets. 824 more words


Winnipeg Jets have scored at drafting core players for future success

Part 3 in a series

WINNIPEG — For a small-market franchise, drafting and developing are more than just buzzwords, they’re essential to both survival and sustainable success. 1,474 more words


After five years is it time for the Winnipeg Jets to try a new plan?

Part 2 of a three-part series

WINNIPEG — It was a noble goal, if a little on the quaint side.

When True North Sports and Entertainment made the jump from the minors to the big leagues by acquiring the NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers, the people running the organization took the idea of their “promotion” to heart. 1,163 more words