Patrik Laine is only the beginning for Winnipeg. It’s that time of the NHL season where a few fan bases start buying playoff tickets while the rest turn their attention to MLB spring training. The 2016-17 season showed us just how dangerous the Winnipeg Jets can be as a franchise.
Two weeks to the day that their originally scheduled game was postponed by a major snowstorm, the New Jersey Devils and Winnipeg Jets meet Tuesday at the Prudential Center. In the 14 days since, the Devils (27-35-13) lost five of seven games, including their last three. Meanwhile, the Jets (34-35-7
With just six Jets games remaining on the schedule there was some thought (hope) that the team may recall some of the young guns currently playing with the Manitoba Moose in the AHL. First year pros Kyle Connor and Jack Roslovic and second year man Chase De Leo are the forwards who may have earned themselves