Altitude Check: Tuesday January 3, 2012 Winnipeg Jets Headlines

WINNIPEG, CANADA - NOVEMBER 29: The skate of Eric Fehr #17 of the Winnipeg Jets cuts Nikita Filatov #21 of the Ottawa Senators at the MTS Centre on November 29, 2011 in Winnipeg, Canada.

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 Tuesday, January 3, 2012:

Paul Friesen's take on a controversy between Claude Noel and Eric Fehr which broke on Monday after Noel called Fehr out in the media and the team denied reporter access to Fehr afterwards: "It’s just the latest example of a team trying to control the message, which, as former Blue Bomber boss Mike Kelly discovered a couple years back, is pointless, not to mention impossible — unless they want to hire robots as players and coaches. Even then, we wretches of the press would find something wrong with the robots." [Winnipeg Sun]

TSN breaks down Winnipeg's home and away records so far this year. (Hint: The Jets are much, much better at home) [TSN]

Bryan Little will look to return to the Jets line-up for back-to-back games in Montreal and Toronto this week. [WFP]

Evander Kane is looking to fulfill all expectations made of him this year. So far, so good for Jets fans. [The Province]

Dean Belanger gives you an extensive article on Winnipeg Jets prospect, Carl Klingberg. [Jets Nation]

Winnipeg Jets prospects (and Barrie Colt line-mates) Mark Scheifele and Ivan Telegin will be in direct competition tonight as Canada plays Russia in World Junior Semifinal No. 2. I don't want to see them taking it easy on each other just because they're line-mates. They both need to fight for their countries love. Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Ed. Note: Telegin is a game time decision for Russia due to a wrist/hand injury he suffered last night versus the Czech Republic. [CBC]

Finally, yesterday a little event called the Winter Classic took place in Philadelphia, PA where the Flyers were vanquished by the New York Rangers 3-2. Visit Puck Daddy for further coverage of the game. [Puck Daddy]

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