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 and elsewhere in the NHL.
Here is what's in the news for Thursday, October 4, 2012:
St. John's IceCaps' forward Eric O`Dell is ready to put in an increased effort to define himself a bigger role with the club this year: "There are no jobs given to anyone. When you get on the ice, you have to show what you got and work your hardest." [The Telegram]
Coverage from Day 3 of IceCaps' camp. [IceCaps.com]
Pete Tessier asks who is the best Thrashers/Jets goaltender of all time. Thankfully, the right candidate is leading the poll. [Hockey Buzz]
With time slowly slipping away, the NHL gets closer and closer to cancelling regular season games. Tangent: The best part will be when the league resumes play shortly before the new year -- without a proper training camp -- and charges fans full price to watch shit hockey while players work out the kinks for an undeterminable amount of time. Enjoy that, you lemmings. [Vancouver Sun]
A theory on why NHL owners would be wise to listen to its' players. [Globe and Mail]