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Power Rankings: Is Win Over Sens Enough to End Electric Slide?

Yay road win!
Yay road win!

Hello hockey fans, welcome to another edition of AIH's Jets Power Rankings as we once again turn our eyes to the world of mass media to see how the Hockey World views the Jets in comparison to the other teams.

A shutout win in Ottawa yesterday might ease the views of some pundits in effort to make them forget about the 3 losses in a row before that. And unfortunately, many of these numbers came out before that win eased the minds of fans to an extent.

Outlet This Week Last Week What They're Saying
17 15 The Jets surged in the second quarter with their lengthy homestand, but have been unable to continue the upward trend lately
22 20

No regulation wins in the last six, a few significant injuries and a steady diet of road games coming? This is a tough stretch for the J-E-T-S.

Ed. Note: J-E-T-S? Really?! This isn't New York

23 20 The injuries keep piling on for the unlucky Jets, who are 1-5-0 in the new year.

20 16 The Jets have dropped five out of six and haven't gotten much from Evander Kane, who has two assists and a minus-five rating in his last seven.
19 19 Chris Thorburn a team-worst minus-10 while averaging just 10:06; Blake Wheeler a team-best plus-10 while averaging 17:14
19 18 As good as December was for the Jets, January has been just as bad with a 1-5-0 record and only nine goals for the month.
20 18 A three-game losing streak ended Monday against the Sens, but scoring goals remains a problem. The Jets have scored three or fewer in their last nine games and have a tough game Tuesday in New Jersey. Good seats still available.

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