Joel Armia

#40RW,
G
10
A
9
Pts
19
+/-
-8
PPP
2
SOG
111
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 205
Born:
Birth Place: Pori, Finland
Draft: 2011 1st round (16th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • How I became a fan of the Winnipeg Jets!
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    How I became a fan of the Winnipeg Jets!

    My story of becoming a hockey fan specifically a Winnipeg Jets fan is more of an evolution than a one time event. My earliest hockey memories were of hearing of the Jets but not watching or knowing anything more than that Pokey and the Bandit were the goalies at the time. As I grew older what I remember is watching and listening to Teemu's amazing rookie season and competing goal for goal against Alex Mogilny. I remember watching Selanne, Tkachuk, Zhamnov scoring a pretty tic tac toe goal at one of the few games I was able to attend as a child. I can't even remember who it was against but it was sweet. I remember spending my high school years debating with a classmate and friend about who was

  • Perception or Reality: How equiped are the Winnipeg Jets to make a playoff run in 2017-18?
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    Perception or Reality: How equiped are the Winnipeg Jets to make a playoff run in 2017-18?

    The Nashville Predators punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night and the hockey universe is now in a frenzy. How did these upstart Predators, who dispatched of the Anaheim Ducks 6-3 in Game 6 to claim the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl as Western Conference Champions, make it this far? Subversively playing the role of David, the Ottawa Senators overcame the odds with a run that saw them vanquish the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers, before ultimately succumbing to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final. With both the Predators and Senators lasting deep into the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs, what did this mean for small market teams across the league,