Winnipeg Jets Power Rankings Compilation - Mar. 13, 2013

Marianne Helm

Every week, some MSM site put out their NHL Power Rankings, and every Wednesday during the season we compile them in one tidy chart for your viewing pleasure. You can click on the logo to go to the full rankings from each site. And without any further adieu, here are where the Winnipeg Jets rank this week:

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Last

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What They Said

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24

24

Tough to make gains when the offence bogs down and the Jets have scored eight goals in five games this month, with no player scoring more than once.
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20

19

Can the Jets reel in Carolina with the Hurricanes missing Cam Ward? The Jets are only three points behind but need to find more consistency in their game.
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22

21

Nobody is talking about them but they're hanging around; three back in the Southeast, two back of eighth. Now just win at home and they might be onto something.
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***Editor's Note*** NHL.com does a 'Super 16' Power Rankings. The Jets did not make the top-16 but they did make the "Just Missed" section which suggests that they are in the "top-21".
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16

20

We’ll give Winnipeg the nod in the No. 16 spot for their excellent play on the road. It’s been such a backwards year for a team that was so dominant at home and so terrible on the road in 2011-12. But for them to make the playoffs, they must find a consistent effort. Need to get Tobias Enstrom back.
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17

25

Winnipeg had points in three of its four games on a trip that concluded with a 3-2 shootout loss to the Devils on Sunday. The Jets only got one power-play opportunity in that game, but it’s just as well. Winnipeg is ranked 28th on the man-advantage.
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20

21

Their season has been baffling because of their home record, which was 4-6-0 entering Tuesday's game against the Maple Leafs at the MTS Centre. The Jets' barn is considered one of the better home-ice advantages in the league, what with their nightly throng of frenzied blue-clad partisans. Yet, wins have been tough to come by there for coach Claude Noel's group. On the road, things have been better, at 8-5-2. Now would be a good time to get 'er goin' at home, as the Jets play 14 of their last 23 games at MTS. Part of the problem: the power play. Last season, the Jets had the league's second-best PP on home ice, behind Nashville. This season, they are 28th.

The Jets must still be a tough team to peg, as the MSM have them ranked from 16-24 in the league this week. While the special teams are not good, they are winning games and hanging around the playoff picture. If they run the table this week against the Rangers and Leafs again? Could be interesting...

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