The Maple Street Press Winnipeg Jets Annual

MSP Jets Annual 2011-12

With the city of Winnipeg gearing up for the return of the Jets, the crew here at Arctic Ice Hockey has spent the summer getting you familiarized with the roster of the new Jets squad as well as a variety of other topics surrounding the relocation from Atlanta.

While you may have been reading our content online, what went largely unnoticed is that the AIH team and several contributors from The Illegal Curve Radio Show have been crafting content for the first ever Winnipeg Jets Annual by Maple Street Press. The magazine was edited (and task-mastered) by our own Ben Wendorf (Bettman's Nightmare). He even managed to make MY sections look passable.

The magazine is now available for pre-order and will hit newsstands on September 13, 2011. The cost is $9.99 for the commemorative publication, and it runs without advertisements. If you like the content here and at Illegal Curve, you'll love what we've put together for the magazine. As an added bonus, now you can pass on some of your newfound knowledge to those that aren't interweb-savvy, like I'm going to do with my dad.

After the jump is the full table of contents, so you can see what kind of shenanigans we've been up to.

Table of Contents
"That's It, Back To Winnipeg!": Fifteen years after leaving home, the Jets have come back to the Peg
by Ryan Blight
By The Numbers: Meet the players who will lead the Jets revival in 2011-12
by Benjamin Wendorf, statistics by Gabriel Desjardins
The Pay Scale: See how the Jets' payroll stands up next to the NHL
by Richard Pollock
Getting Defensive: No one ever said evaluating defencemen was easy. Here are better ways to get to know your new Jets blue liners
by Benjamin Wendorf
Last Line Of Defence: It's a winning combination: Pavelec-Mason should provide stability between the pipes for the Jets
by Ryan Popilchak
Two-Way Ticket: The Jets offence may need to get creative this season. Here are the two-way forwards that can provide a spark
by Ryan Popilchak
In Spoken Words: The new Jets are just months old, but much has already been said by, and about, the franchise
by Michael Remis
The Odyssey: There may be no current NHL head coach more deserving of his job than Claude Noel
by Drew Mindell
Build-A-Jets: Statistics, scouting information, and insight on the first draft class of the Jets 2.0
by Kyle Kosior, Ezra Ginsburg, and Benjamin Wendorf
In The System: A plethora of youthful talent is waiting in the wings for its chance to play on the Winnipeg stage
by Kyle Kosior, Ezra Ginsburg, and Benjamin Wendorf
Youth Zone: With the return of NHL hockey to Winnipeg, Jets fans also now have new minor-league affiliates to keep track of
by Benjamin Wendorf
Flying High: In welcoming the Jets back to Winnipeg, we turn back the clock and head down memory lane
by Mitch Smith and Benjamin Wendorf
A Sense Of Pride: The Jets are used to not being wanted. Now, their hundreds of thousands of rabid fans are here to remind the NHL what its been missing
by Gabriel Desjardins
Jet Setting: Before moving ahead to the new season, look back on the Jets legacy with this season-by-season retrospective
by Benjamin Wendorf

And if there is anything in the Annual that sparks your interest enough that you wish there was more content on the topic, just drop us a comment here at AIH and we'll be happy to focus a few articles on your topic of choice throughout the season.

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