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Here is what's in the news for Wednesday, January 23, 2013:
Winnipeg Jets' news:
Crack the champagne, the Winnipeg Jets have won their first game of the 2013 season! [WFP]
Crazy stat: The Capitals have started 0-2 for the first time since 1996. [WFP]
More post game recap on Winnipeg's 4-2 win. [Winnipeg Sun]
Mike Ribeiro wasn't very happy with the treatment he received from last night's officiating crew after taking two high sticks that went uncalled: "They believe they're like above us or like more power, they feel power, I don't know. I think I need to just stay focused on my game and let them ref the way they want to ref. When you get high-sticked or [ask them for an] explanation what happened there?" [Washington Post]
Matt Eichel still isn't sold on the play of Czech goaltender Ondrej Pavelec: "Pavelec's last consistently good season as a goalie came a few years back - in 2007-08 to be exact - when he went 33-16-3, 2.77 GAA leading the AHL's Chicago Wolves to a Calder Cup Championship." [Jets All Out]
Around the NHL:
A very in-depth analysis of PK Subban's ongoing contract negotiations. So, how does he stack up to defensemen around the NHL? [HEOTP]
More Subban fun as Travis Hughes discusses the possibility of any team *cough PHILADELPHIA! cough* signing PK to an offer sheet. (VIDEO) [Broad Street Hockey]