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Winnipeg Jets buy out contract of Mark Stuart

One of the longest serving members of the Winnipeg Jets won’t be coming back next season.

The team has put Mark Stuart on unconditional waivers to buy out the last year of the defenceman’s contract. 97 more words


Winnipeg Jets head coach, general manager share thoughts on disappointing season

WINNIPEG — Despite a remarkable final run, the Winnipeg Jets once again end their season short. For the fifth time in six years, the team will miss the playoffs. 292 more words


Winnipeg Jets: Through the years in their own words

As another barren hockey season on the bald prairie runs its final course, you are allowed to ask when is when. You might even expect (demand?) change. 1,077 more words


Winnipeg Jets, general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff will soon face their most critical off-season yet

WINNIPEG — I heard not long ago that Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff and I will soon be sharing a neighbourhood. He’s building a new house just down the street, apparently. 769 more words


Winnipeg Jets management in a conundrum over Paul Maurice's future behind the bench

WINNIPEG — It was hard enough for the Winnipeg Jets’ brass to admit they’d made a mistake in hiring their first head coach.

To acknowledge they misjudged again when they hired Paul Maurice to replace Claude Noel, well, I suspect general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff and True North chairman Mark Chipman aren’t down that road, yet. 817 more words


Why Chevy Should Go

Winnipeg Jets fans present quite the dichotomy when it comes to supporting their team. Jets fans represent one of the fiercest, loyal fan bases in the NHL. 1,222 more words

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"We were horse shit, right from the drop of the puck." Coach Maurice, on an embarrassing effort by the Jets...by Chuck Duboff

© Chuck Duboff

“The organization isn’t going to sweep this one under the rug.  We’re going to take a good look at all of it and make sure we appreciate the value of playing in the National Hockey League and at home…” 492 more words

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