Altitude Check: Friday January 13, 2012 Winnipeg Jets Headlines

Hey all! Here is our feature running Monday through Friday that will bring you up to date on what's going on in the media pertaining to the Winnipeg Jets.

Here are your headlines for Friday, January 13, 2012:

Ed Tait's hyperbolic spin on Sharks v. Jets. [WFP]

Our SB Nation Pals over at Fear The Fin recap last night's game. [Fear The Fin]

Ken Wiebe sees the striking similarities between the Winnipeg Jets and Atlanta Thrashers. [Winnipeg Sun]

Gary Lawless is all sorts of wrong in stating that Claude Noel could be a finalist for coach of the year. Arctic Ice Hockey will give you more of our opinion next Monday. [WFP]

Adam Martini's three keys for Winnipeg to have a successful second half of the season: "1. Win on the road: Winnipeg may protect its house as well as anyone in the league, but the team is a mess away from the MTS Centre. The Jets have played the same number of home and away games (21) and are 14-6-1 on home ice and 6-11-4 on the road. So, what gives? Well, although the Jets are scoring almost as many goals home and away (59-52), they have given up 28 more goals on enemy ice." [Yahoo! Sports]

Dustin Byfuglien will be Winnipeg's lone representative at the 2012 NHL All-Star Game. Don't get too excited that "Big Buff" will be representing the Jets, it's just an All-Star Game. [NHL.com]

And finally, in a trade that truly helps neither team in the long run, the Montreal Canadians have traded Mike Cammalleri, Karri Ramo and a 2012 5th Round Draft Pick to the Calgary Flames for Rene Bourque, Patrick Holland and a 2013 2nd Round Draft Pick. [TSN]

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