The Winnipeg Jets are the 20th most valuable franchise in the NHL, according to an annual study from Forbes magazine. The New York-based business bible pegs the Jets’ value at $358 million ($US), up five per cent from $340 million a year ago. (All figures are in US dollars.) Since then,
The Winnipeg Jets will be without defenceman Toby Enstrom as they look to snap a two-game losing skid against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
COLUMBUS—The Winnipeg Jets open a three-game road trip minus their best defenceman, with some changes to the power-play and a role player now on waivers. The Jets practised at Nationwide Arena in advance of Tuesday’s meeting with the Columbus Blue Jackets (6 p.m.; TSN-3/TSN 1290)...
Stick to the game plan: Kane IF you're looking for a change in attitude, Winnipeg Jets left-winger Evander Kane on Monday called the team's back-to-back losses against Detroit and St. Louis "a losing rut." Kane was asked to peek into this week that sees the club start a three-game road trip
Talking about major blunders late last week, Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice said he'd be more inclined to laugh them off than fret about them. That's just how well the team has adopted its more responsible game plan, he said. But another big-time blooper showed up again Sunday in a 4-2 loss...
They’ve lost two straight and four of their last five to fall to the very edge of that playoff line.
At what point does the coaching staff of the Winnipeg Jets look at the team’s atrocious power play and just make the merciful call to blow it up?
The reach of Pat Quinn extended far and wide through the hockey world, including into the Winnipeg Jets dressing room.
Mindful that Thursday is U.S. Thanksgiving, a date commonly used to show a high statistical probability that if you’re in an NHL playoff spot, you’ll eventually get one, Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice said today he’d prefer more than one target date. “Pick your...
The once-soaring Winnipeg Jets have suddenly lost two games in a row and their once-vaunted penalty-killing unit has now surrendered goals in four straight games, including two to the St. Louis Blues on Sunday at the MTS Centre in a 4-2 loss. Just as concerning is both of the Jets' most recent