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Toews’ Team Too Good For Hart

Toews’ Team Too Good For Hart

Andrew Sykes May 10, 2013 5

Unfortunately for Jonathan Toews he did not meet the ever apparent criteria to earn a nomination for the Hart Trophy. Yes he might have been the best player, captain, do-it-all in every situation, heart

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Without Bogosian A Tough Road Gets Even Tougher For Jets

Without Bogosian A Tough Road Gets Even Tougher For Jets

Andrew Sykes April 22, 2013 14

No offence to Olli Jokinen but his injury could have been overcome. The injury to Zach Bogosian however is a much different animal and one that makes the Winnipeg Jets push for the playoffs

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How The Jets Have Soared

How The Jets Have Soared

Andrew Sykes March 21, 2013 2

Sitting in third place in the Eastern Conference as the leaders of the Southeast division, the Winnipeg Jets will look to continue their fine play in the month of March when they face the

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Losing Karlsson Like Losing Crosby For NHL Fans

Losing Karlsson Like Losing Crosby For NHL Fans

Andrew Sykes February 14, 2013 17

Although the incidents came under much different circumstances and in a different season, the results are much the same. On January 1, 2011 at the New Years Day Winter Classic, Sidney Crosby was nailed

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Jets Holding On, Battling Inconsistency

Jets Holding On, Battling Inconsistency

Andrew Sykes February 11, 2013 1

Currently the owners of a 5-5-1 record, the Winnipeg Jets have played the kind of hockey that is typical of a .500 team so far this season. At times the Jets have looked like a solid

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Insincere Apologies In Advance For Nail’s Celebration

Insincere Apologies In Advance For Nail’s Celebration

Andrew Sykes January 25, 2013 0

If you missed it last night, worry not, you are bound to see the highlights of the Edmonton Oilers exhilarating win over the Los Angeles Kings over and over, and over again. The good

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Season Preview: Jets Face Challenging Road To Eastern Playoffs

Season Preview: Jets Face Challenging Road To Eastern Playoffs

Andrew Sykes January 16, 2013 2

Embarking on the second season of their re-birth, the Winnipeg Jets hope to build off a season a year ago, which despite missing the playoffs, offered some optimism going forward. However, it can not

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One Season Ends, One Set To Begin, One Remains In Jeopardy

One Season Ends, One Set To Begin, One Remains In Jeopardy

Andrew Sykes October 30, 2012 4

The San Francisco Giants are no doubt still celebrating their World Series victory. The Miami Heat are set to begin the defense of their NBA Championship. The NHL? Well, we all know the situation

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Jonathan Toews Sounds Off On Lockout. More Players Should Do The Same

Jonathan Toews Sounds Off On Lockout. More Players Should Do The Same

Andrew Sykes September 25, 2012 9

When someone like Jonathan Toews speaks candidly about the NHL lockout like he did Monday afternoon, people listen, and hopefully the 30 NHL team owners were among that group. Following an on-ice workout in

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Winnipeg Jets Fans Face Hockey Heartbreak…Again

Winnipeg Jets Fans Face Hockey Heartbreak…Again

Andrew Sykes September 17, 2012 6

True North!!! One of the worst parts about the NHL being locked out? For me it will be the inability to hear the raucous fans of the Winnipeg Jets yell True North during O

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