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Here is what's in the news for Tuesday, January 29, 2013:
Jets at Canadiens notes:
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Claude Noel tries to temper the early season hype around the Jets' 3-1-1 record: "It’s little bit early. I like what I see, we all like what we see in the fact we’ve managed this thing and right now we’re 3-1-1. But let’s keep things in perspective. It’s a shortened season. We just want to make sure we control our balance a little bit because this thing could go everywhere and then we have to manage it with the same type of balance." [WFP]
Is the 2013 Jets' roster more disciplined than last year's? Coach Noel sure thinks it's improved. [Winnipeg Sun]
Around the NHL:
Travis Hughes opines that we don't care about concussions in the NHL. [SB Nation]
PK Subban has finally signed with the Habs, signing a 2-year 2.875MM AAV contract. [HEOTP]
Who will win the 2013 Calder Trophy? [Puck Daddy]