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For the Florida Panthers, Michael Hutchinson could be the perfect fit

If the Florida Panthers are in the market for a goaltender — and they are, according to reports  — Dale Tallon might want to give the Winnipeg Jets a call. 620 more words

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MUST READ before tonight's Jet game!! A critical game 7 in October!! by Geoff Brookes.

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It might seem rash to say that game 7 of an 82 game season is a “must win”, after a 3-3 start. But here’s why tonight’s home game versus the Minnesota Wild is critical for the 2017-2018 Winnipeg Jets: 466 more words

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Winnipeg Jets go "all in"...signing Kevin Cheveldayoff and Paul Maurice to multi-year extensions...by Geoff Brookes

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The Winnipeg Jets have declared themselves as “all in” on this hand of poker – which is the 2017-18 NHL season.

By signing Kevin Cheveldayoff and Paul Maurice to multi-year extensions, they have removed any “excuses” from the players, coaches and general manager (to borrow an expression from Blake Wheeler, who recently said that “there are no more excuses”). 697 more words

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Winnipeg Jets ownership remains steadfastly confident in Cheveldayoff and Maurice

There is no doubt Winnipeg Jets General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff and Head Coach Paul Maurice have the full support of the team’s co-owner Mark Chipman. And they have brand new contract extensions to back that up. 463 more words


'We like Moe, we like Chevy': Players pleased as Winnipeg Jets extend coach and general manager

By Paul Friesen

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets made Wednesday’s news official on Thursday, announcing contract extensions for head coach Paul Maurice and general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff. 204 more words


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