The Winnipeg Jets are running out of Salary Cap Space. How $35MM in salary is actually $58MM.
The Winnipeg Jets have packed their bags and left for home after finishing 9th in the Eastern Conference and out of the playoffs. The postmortem of the season is in full swing, and here's a look at how the forwards did.
The pending UFA blue-liners have increased their value of late by playing big minutes on a team that's vaulted up the standings. And with the trade deadline just over two weeks away, Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff will have some decisions to make.
Here's a quick breakdown of the Jets underlying numbers for the first half of the season and how they compare to last season's.
The Winnipeg Jets have reached the half-way point of this abbreviated season, so it's time to grade the players. Combining basic and advanced stats, the following is a look at how the defense and goalies have done.
The Winnipeg Jets have reached the half-way point of this abbreviated season, so it's time to grade the players. Combining basic and advanced stats, the following is a look at how the forwards have done so far.
The Winnipeg Jets have reached the quarter pole of this abbreviated season, so we figured it would be a good time to grade the players. Combining basic and advanced stats, the following is a look at how the forwards have done so far.
Through 8 games, the Jets penalty kill sits dead-last in the league with a 59.3% success rate. This is on pace to destroy the record for the worst penalty kill percentage of all time.
The 2013 Winnipeg Jets have started off the season with a 3-1-1 record, acquiring seven out of a possible ten points. This seems like a potentially large improvement over last seasons 1-3-1 start, but what do the stats say?
With the new CBA penned and a partial season to start soon, we shall conduct a mini-series on what the lines might look like for in both the 2013 half season and 2013-14 full season. Today the 2013 shortened season forward lines.
Who was the Winnipeg Jets' best passer in 2011-12? Rob Vollman provides the advanced analytics required to find out.
Despite their reputations as shut down players, Jim Slater and Mark Stuart didn't do much for the Winnipeg Jets penalty kill. In fact, they made it worse.
11 players, 10 teams, 8 Countries and 5 Leagues. It's a lot to keep track of. Luckily, we've done the work for you.
Measuring the effectiveness of Winnipeg Jets' penalty killers, or ineffectiveness in the case of fan favorites Jim Slater, Tanner Glass and Chris Throburn.