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Jets Second Round Schedule Set

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2018-04-26

It’ll be a full week after their game five win over Minnesota until the Winnipeg Jets get back in action against the Nashville Predators, and it nearly took a full week to even know any of the schedule for that second round. With the last game of the first round played, we now know dates and times for each game of the second round series between your Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators. All times listed are Central Standard Time Game 1 – Friday, April 27, 7 pm: @ NashvilleTV: CBC, SN360, TVA Sports, NBCSN Game 2 – Sunday, April 29, 6 pm: @ NashvilleTV: CBC, TVA Sports, NBCSN Game 3 – Tuesday, May 1, 7 pm: @ WinnipegTV: CBC, TVA Sports, CNBC Game 4 – Thursday, May 3, 8:30 pm: @ WinnipegTV: CBC, TVA Sports, NBCSN *Game 5 – Saturday, May 5, TBD: @ Nashville *Game 6 – Monday

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Winnipeg Jets vs. Nashville Predators Round 2 Schedule

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2018-04-26

You can now plan your next couple of weeks.

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All work despite no play for Jets

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 2018-04-26

A week off from the rigours of the Stanley Cup playoffs for the Winnipeg Jets provided no opportunity for golf getaways, family vacations to Disneyland or a quick trip home ......

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Winnipeg Jets to host away game viewing parties at Bell MTS Place

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2018-04-25

Watch away games at the Jets home rink.

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Jets Nation Podcast: Round 2

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2018-04-25

Winning a series in five games has benefits. You gain confidence that you can beat a team quickly and you get to rest up for the second round. The only real downside is that the fans then have to wait a few extra days for hockey to resume. While the guys wait they are going to break down a fairly anticlimactic first round and preview the next. They will also look at the story lines and key match ups between Winnipeg and Nashville. Remember that not only can you find the JetsNation Podcast on Soundcloud, but we’re also on iTunes! Make sure to hit that subscribe button so that it automatically downloads to your favourite device when new episodes come out! (0:35) – Round one (10:02) – Preview round 2 (14:35) – Jets Nashville

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Wild owner Leipold ‘not looking for a rebuild’ after split with GM

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2018-04-25

The Minnesota Wild are one of only three teams in the NHL that have qualified for the playoffs in each of the past six seasons, yet they haven’t made it out of the second round during that stretch and have been eliminated in the first round three years running. Team owner Craig Leipold, one day after parting ways with general manager Chuck Fletcher, sent a letter to Wild season ticket holders to address where the team goes from here. “I’m not looking for a rebuild,” Leipold wrote, less than a week after his team was embarrassed and eliminated by the Winnipeg Jets in a five-game opening-round series. “I’m not patient enough for that and you should not be either.”

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Patience pays off for Jets in building Stanley Cup contender

Source: Yahoo Sports
Date: 2018-04-25

If their five meetings from the regular season are any indication of what is to come, the Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets are probably going to pummel each other over the next two weeks in what looks to be the best matchup of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The winner will almost certainly be the heavy favorite to represent the Western Conference in the Stanley Cup Final no matter who comes out of the Pacific Division bracket. For as similar as their results on the ice were this season, the teams have taken two very different paths to reach this point.

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Winnipeg Jets Playoff Practice Report

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2018-04-25

Check out the latest from the Jets practice at the Bell MTS Place.

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WWYDW: Enstrom’s Back! Where Does He Go?

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2018-04-25

On Tuesday, Tobias Enstrom for the first time in what feels like forever was skating in a full contact, regular Winnipeg Jets practice jersey and it looks like we’re going to his return right on time for the start of the second round against the Nashville Predators. The only questions that remain now is just how healthy is he really – his last game was back in March 23 against the Anaheim Ducks – and how effective will he be in a playoff setting between arguable the two top teams in the league in a series pretty much everyone is expecting to be intense, fast and physical? Tobias on Tuesday was skating alongside Dustin Byfuglien – a long time defensive partner for him and up until this season has typically been the Jets best pairing. Byfuglien and Enstrom though now are the Jets number two pairing behind Jacob Truoba and Josh Morrissey, but is giving Enstrom second pairing minutes – at least for the first couple of games of his return a wise idea

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Clash of Titans: Jets vs Predators

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2018-04-25

The playoffs are, by nature, a war of attrition. Injuries are an inevitability when teams are so physical and games are close together. There’s rarely any time for significant rest between games as that luxury is reserved for teams that sweep. Lucky for both the Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets, neither one swept. Rest days are few and far between for the two Central Division powerhouses, although one team definitely needs it more than the other. The Jets are currently missing Dmitry Kulikov for an extended amount of time as he had back surgery in early March. Otherwise, a few players are day-to-day according to TSN. Nikolaj Ehlers and Tobias Enstrom are the biggest names as they are day to day and skating with the team in non-contact sweaters. Otherwise, Joel Armia and Mathieu Perreault are two important d

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