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POSTED ON Thursday, 26.02.2015 / 11:27 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / Jets Infographics

A look at the stats from the 2-1 shootout loss to St. Louis. 

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 24.02.2015 / 11:23 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / Jets Infographics

A look at the stats from the 4-2 win over Dallas. 

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POSTED ON Monday, 23.02.2015 / 5:06 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / The Runway

WINNIPEG, Manitoba – After leaving the game following his fight with Daniel Winnik in Winnipeg’s 4-3 overtime loss to Toronto on Saturday, Ben Chiarot was at MTS Iceplex on Monday. Just not the way the Jets coaches, players, and fans would have liked.

Chiarot was sporting a cast on his left hand, and had that arm in a sling.

“He’s going to be out for a long period of time, closer to April,” Head Coach Paul Maurice said. “He did have surgery yesterday and had it repaired.

“Around the six week mark, we’ll use the word ‘is typical.’ But he’s not coming back until the doc says that thing is right.”

The defenceman was placed on injured reserve, and now, the Jets focus on moving forward, while Chiarot eyes a return to the line-up in early April. Forward Blake Wheeler also didn’t skate today, but Maurice lists him as “possible” for tomorrow’s game.

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POSTED ON Saturday, 21.02.2015 / 10:55 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / Jets Infographics

A look at the stats from the 4-3 overtime loss to Toronto. 

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POSTED ON Saturday, 21.02.2015 / 2:00 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / The Runway

AT THE MORNING SKATE

TORONTO, Ontario -- Dustin Byfuglien had red tape on his socks during today’s pre-game skate, but that was the only red he wore, as the 29-year-old donned a blue forward jersey, along blue socks this morning.

Coach Paul Maurice has moved Byfuglien from forward to defence and back again as the Winnipeg Jets (30-20-10) try to deal with injuries to the forward group.

“He’s really, really good at both,” Maurice said ahead of tonight’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. “He’s been very good at point production from the blue line. He just gives us a different look. He’s a big power forward and he’s a big power defenceman at either spot. We’re a little deep on our blue line right now than up front with some injuries so he’s going to play up front for us.”

Based on the skate at Air Canada Centre, number 33 will play with Mark Scheifele and centre and Drew Stafford on the other wing.


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POSTED ON Thursday, 19.02.2015 / 10:21 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / Jets Infographics

A look at the stats from the 5-1 loss to Washington. 

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POSTED ON Thursday, 19.02.2015 / 1:56 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / The Runway

AT THE MORNING SKATE

WASHINGTON, DC -- Tonight will be game number 60 for the Winnipeg Jets, but it will be the first time they face off with the Washington Capitals since the season began.

The Jets and Capitals are not strangers though. The two teams played in the South East division before the realignment prior to the 2013-2014 campaign.

Though there may not be many mysteries between the two teams, tonight’s line up might be a bit of a guessing game. The loss of Mathieu Perreault for most, if not all, of the remaining regular season games has created a bit of a line-up shuffle.

Drew Stafford, who was also injured in Monday’s win over Edmonton, took morning skate at Verizon Center, and says he feels ready to return after working with Mark Scheifele and Michael Frolik today.

“It was something in the 1st period, early on, and it started getting worse as the game went on,” Stafford said of his injury. “I got caught up in a couple bad positions, and in the 2nd period I fell kind of awkward. Then in the 3rd period I had a face off where it wasn’t feeling that great. After a few days of evaluation here, and I give credit to the training staff here, I’m feeling really good.”

Head Coach Paul Maurice confirmed Stafford’s status for tonight’s game only a few minutes later: “(Stafford) is back in.”


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POSTED ON Wednesday, 18.02.2015 / 6:20 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / The Runway

WINNIPEG -- It didn’t take long to notice something was different when the Winnipeg Jets took to the ice at MTS Iceplex this morning.

Dustin Byfuglien and Paul Postma were wearing forward jerseys instead of the red threads they’re used to. Goaltender Michael Hutchinson wasn’t on the ice (maintenance), and neither were Mathieu Perreault or Drew Stafford.

It didn’t take Head Coach Paul Maurice long to run through an update with the media following the one hour practice.

“(Mathieu) Perreault has a significant lower body injury. We would be hopeful that he would return by the end of he regular season. If he does, it won’t be much sooner than that,” Maurice said. “Drew is day to day, he’ll take the morning skate tomorrow. If he feels good, he’ll play… (Postma), I needed a forward up there. We’ve called up Carl Klingberg and he’ll join us in Washington.”

Perreault’s lower-body injury comes after the forward had tied his career high for goals in a season (18). Losing a key player near the end of the season may also be a bit of déjà vu for the Jets, who lost Mark Scheifele with 19 games to go in last year’s regular season. Maurice said the team would miss Perreault’s presence on far more than just the power play and 5-on-5 situations.

“What I think he brings more than anything, is the style of play for not being a big man,” Maurice said. “I don’t know if there’s another forward who gets on the puck the way he does on the forecheck. He’s not running guys through the boards, but he does it our way, differently, because he’s not 6’4”. But he gets on that puck as well as any forward that we have, and he gets in on the forecheck, and he creates a lot with his intensity.”


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POSTED ON Monday, 16.02.2015 / 11:30 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / Jets Infographics

A look at the stats from the 5-4 shootout win over Edmonton. 

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POSTED ON Saturday, 14.02.2015 / 2:25 PM
By Mitchell Clinton - WinnipegJets.com / The Runway

AT THE MORNING SKATE

DETROIT, Michigan – Growing up in Kitchener, Ontario, Mark Scheifele idolized Steve Yzerman. Now, at 21, the Winnipeg Jets forward will play in the very rink his favourite player’s number 19 hangs: Joe Louis Arena.

“It’s only my second time here (as a professional),” Scheifele said after today’s morning skate. “It’s still pretty exciting, and it’s always fun to play in a place like this.”

Scheifele will have his family in attendance tonight when the Jets (28-19-10) look to even the season series with the Detroit Red Wings. Detroit picked up a 4-3 win at MTS Centre in November, and even though Jets defenceman Mark Stuart says that game almost feels like an eternity ago, there are things the Jets can take from it.

“These guys are really quick, and they’ve got good sticks,” Stuart said. “They’re so good with the puck. As defencemen we need to have good sticks as well and be quick down low, and take away their time and space.”

Detroit has created some space for themselves in the Atlantic Division. Their record of 31-13-9 puts them eight points up on Boston, who sits fourth in the Atlantic and holds the final wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference. The Red Wings currently hold down the third divisional playoff spot.

The one word echoed in the Winnipeg dressing room when talking about the Red Wings was skill. But the Jets are confident in their style of game, and how it matches up against Detroit.


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WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 NSH 62 41 14 7 188 147 89
2 ANA 63 39 17 7 186 176 85
3 STL 61 39 18 4 190 152 82
4 CHI 63 37 21 5 183 150 79
5 WPG 63 31 20 12 174 170 74
6 VAN 61 35 23 3 174 162 73
7 MIN 61 32 22 7 173 160 71
8 LAK 61 29 20 12 164 157 70
9 CGY 62 33 25 4 175 160 70
10 SJS 62 30 24 8 173 177 68
11 COL 62 27 24 11 166 179 65
12 DAL 62 27 25 10 195 207 64
13 ARI 62 20 35 7 137 210 47
14 EDM 62 18 34 10 142 206 46

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
B. Little 63 24 26 9 50
A. Ladd 63 20 30 12 50
B. Wheeler 61 16 28 12 44
D. Byfuglien 63 15 26 6 41
M. Perreault 56 18 18 3 36
M. Scheifele 63 10 25 4 35
M. Frolik 63 13 19 3 32
D. Stafford 57 10 17 -18 27
J. Tlusty 53 13 10 -17 23
E. Kane 37 10 12 -1 22
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
M. Hutchinson 18 7 5 .920 2.29
O. Pavelec 13 13 7 .909 2.60
 
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