A look at some potential trade deadline targets for the Jets

With the trade deadline coming up in one week, it has been rumoured that the Jets are interested in acquiring a defenceman. The Mattias Ekholm rumours seem to have cooled a bit, as it seems the Nashville Predators want to keep him since going on a bit of a heater putting themselves in a playoffContinue reading “A look at some potential trade deadline targets for the Jets”

There is exactly one way the Jets should go about the expansion draft

There has been much talk about the upcoming expansion draft and who the Jets should protect and expose. By the rules of the expansion draft, each team may choose to protect 7 forwards and 3 defencemen, or 8 total skaters. Each team may also protect one goaltender. The Jets will clearly go the 7/3/1 route.Continue reading “There is exactly one way the Jets should go about the expansion draft”

There are no excuses left for Maurice: it’s time for Heinola and Samberg to play

12 games into the 2021 season, the Jets’ top defence prospect, Ville Heinola, despite playing very well and doing things that no other Jets defenceman can, has played just one game this season. Their number two defence prospect, Dylan Samberg, despite being a force in training camp, has not even gotten a sniff of gameContinue reading “There are no excuses left for Maurice: it’s time for Heinola and Samberg to play”

Jets fans mourn the departure of Patrik Laine, await the arrival of Pierre-Luc Dubois

On the morning of Saturday, January 23 it was announced the Jets had traded Patrik Laine and Jack Roslovic for Pierre-Luc Dubois and a 2022 third round draft pick. Laine has been a fan favourite in Winnipeg from the moment he stepped onto the ice in 2016. He’s treated fans to so many great performances,Continue reading “Jets fans mourn the departure of Patrik Laine, await the arrival of Pierre-Luc Dubois”

A look at the Jets’ first two games and how they can improve

The Jets started the season off with a bang against the Calgary Flames. The Flames took an early 3-1 lead into the first intermission, and it looked like it was same old for the Winnipeg Jets. A lack of ability to control possession and create quality shots plagued them last season, and Calgary completely controlledContinue reading “A look at the Jets’ first two games and how they can improve”

The Jets cannot waste time with Morrissey and Poolman as the top defence pair

Josh Morrissey and Tucker Poolman spent much of last season playing together as the Jets’ top defence pair. The biggest reason for this is because the team did not have any kind of depth, or high end players on the right side to play with Morrissey for most of the season. This changed when theContinue reading “The Jets cannot waste time with Morrissey and Poolman as the top defence pair”