The Winnipeg Jets’ first two Round 1 Stanley Cup Playoff games — a pair of one-goal losses to the St. Louis Blues that has them down 2-0 in the series — has created a number of storylines. While there are always dozens upon dozens of things to scrutinize in any given game — even more
The Tampa Bay Lightning faced little adversity in the regular season on the way to a record-tying 62 wins and the most points in a season in 23 years. That all changed as fast as the Lightning squandered a three-goal lead before losing 4-3 to the Columbus Blue Jackets in Game 1 of their first-round
Since the Winnipeg Jets’ 5-0 evisceration of the Nashville Predators on March 23 — an inspired, dominant, and complete effort that clinched the team a playoff spot, got Bell MTS Place fired up, and made it appear the squad was amped up for the return of the Winnipeg Whiteout — the Jets have gone 1-4-0.
By the numbers of the trade deadline and their impacts Tsn.ca Staff: The impacts of the trade deadline have been mixed which leads to more questions than answers. For example, among forwards, Anthony Duclair, Kevin Hayes, and Brian Gibbons lead the way in points. Duclair tallying 13 points in 17 games is a bit unexpected
Schuldt to narrow down list Michael Russo: St. Cloud State Jimmy Schuldt will meet with his agent on today to get a list down to five or six. There are lots of teams interested, with the Minnesota Wild being of them. After they shrink the list, they will talk to each team a little more