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The puck stops here: Recalling Pavelec signals end to Jets goaltending experiment

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 2017-01-17

It’s the wrongest I’ve ever been. And that, folks, is saying something truly special. My column in this space a week ago — in which I made a case for how the Winnipeg Jets had “quietly turned a corner” and appeared to be “a legitimate playoff contender”...

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Patrik Laine named Finland’s 2016 hockey player of the year

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-01-17

Winnipeg Jets rookie sensation Patrik Laine has been named Finland’s 2016 hockey player of the year. @PatrikLaine29 has been named The Hockey Player Of The Year 2016 in Finland. #NHLfi #NHL #NHLJets — Pekka Jalonen (@PekkaJalonen) January 16, 2017 In 2016, Laine scored the most goals at the World Junior Championship en route to a gold medal, won a silver medal at the Ice Hockey World Championships, won the Liiga championship with Tappara (including playoff MVP) and was selected as an NHL all-star. Laine is currently tied for first with Auston Matthews in rookie scoring with 37 points (21 goals, 16 assists).

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Winnipeg Jets Practice Report

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2017-01-17

A report of the Jets practice at the MTS Centre.

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Down Goes Brown: 10 facts about the 15-goal Capitals-Penguins thriller

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-01-17

Well, that game certainly took a turn. Last night’s showdown between the Penguins and Capitals already felt like a big deal going in. The two teams are very good, and Washington’s nine-game win streak had moved them past Pittsburgh and into first place overall. It was also a matchup between longtime rivals, not to mention a rematch of last year’s division final. What more could you want? Well, how about 15 goals? After a fairly ordinary first period that saw the Caps take a 2–0 lead into intermission, the two teams held down the turbo buttons for pretty much the entire second period, erupting for nine goals. They added three more in the third to send the game to overtime,

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Jets Prospect Update | January 17th, 2017

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2017-01-17

Embed from Getty Images At the end of a tough road trip for the Jets, we take a look ahead to the future. A fantastic week in the WHL and plenty of positives elsewhere in the prospect world this week in our prospect update!

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Jets turn back to Ondrej Pavelec to save season he was sinking (Puck Daddy)

Source: Yahoo Sports
Date: 2017-01-17

The Winnipeg Jets are 20-23-4, and their 44 points puts them four out of the wild card in the Western Conference. Therein lies the problem: Connor Hellebuyck, the team’s goalie of the future, has been wildly inconsistent with a .907 save percentage. Michael Hutchinson has been … not good, with an .893 save percentage and a 3.23 GAA in 20 games.

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Jets recall Pavelec

Source: Arctic Ice Hockey
Date: 2017-01-17

With Hutchinson and Hellebuyck struggling, can the Jets turn the tide with Pavs minding the net, or will we get more of the same? #NHLJets recall Pavelec from @ManitobaMoose, and place Chiarot on IR retro-active to Jan. 11.READ >> https://t.co/xPW3sT0jcy pic.twitter.com/J83qBnXirg — Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) January 17, 2017 There you have it folks! After a lackluster few games by the Winnipeg Jets, the Winnipeg Jets have recalled Aondrej Pavelec from the AHL's Manitoba Moose. This is a direct result of inconsistent play by both Jets net minders as  Connor Hellebuyck was pulled against the Coyotes on Friday after allowing 3 goals on 6 shots. Micheal Hutchinson came in

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Pavelec Recalled From the Manitoba Moose

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2017-01-17

Embed from Getty Images The Winnipeg Jets have recalled former starter Ondrej Pavelec from the Manitoba Moose. This is in light of recent goaltending struggles from Connor Hellebuyck and Michael Hutchinson.

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Jets recall Ondrej Pavelec amid goaltending struggles

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-01-17

The Winnipeg Jets have recalled goaltender Ondrej Pavelec as they continue to search for an answer in the crease. Winnipeg lost their fourth straight game on Monday night, 5-2 to the San Jose Sharks. The #NHLJets have recalled Ondrej Pavelec. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) January 17, 2017 #Jets recalling Ondrej Pavelec on Day 98/180 means he will only cost Winnipeg $1,360,278 in projected cap space between now & end of season. — CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) January 17, 2017 In 18 games with the Manitoba Moose in the AHL this season, Pavelec has posted a 2.78 GAA and a .917 save percentage. He appeared in 33 games for the Jets last season, his lowest total at the NHL lev

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Winnipeg Jets recall Ondrej Pavelec; Place Ben Chiaort on IR

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2017-01-17

Jets recall veteran goalie from minors.

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Jets call up Pavelec

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 2017-01-17

It's throwback Tuesday for the Winnipeg Jets, who have called up Ondrej Pavelec in an effort to help solidify their sagging goaltending. Pavelec had been ordained as the Jets starter since the franchise moved from Atlanta prior to the 2011-12 NHL season but lost the job this past fall and was...

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4 things we learned in the NHL: Goals, goals, goals

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-01-17

There were a slew of matinee hockey games on Monday with it being Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States which set up an exciting evening of hockey. From an onslaught of goals in Pittsburgh to some fun between San Jose and Winnipeg and some trade talk in between, here’s four things we learned in the NHL on Monday: Goals galore! If you’re a fan of run-and-gun style hockey then Monday’s Pittsburgh vs. Washington matchup was the game for you. A total of 15(!) goals were scored and the game had to be decided by Conor Sheary in overtime. For context, nine goals were scored in the second period alone. Lost in the scoring explosion was Evgeni Malkin‘s hat tri

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