Hey all! Here is our feature running Monday through Friday that will bring you up to date on what's going on in the media pertaining to the Winnipeg Jets and elsewhere in the NHL.
Here is what's in the news for Monday, November 26, 2012:
Ed. Note: Hope everyone had an awesome American Thanksgiving weekend, the party was palpable at Chateau Maughan. We're back to the normal grind of headlines now so let's kick it into gear.
Remember when Washington Capitals' defenseman Roman Hamrlik spoke out against union leader Donald Fehr? Yeah, Andrew Ladd didn't take too kindly to that: "I disagree with his opinion, for sure. Everyone is allowed to state their own opinion, but if you’re going to do that, I would make sure that your facts are straight too." At least he handled it more tactfully than Erik Cole. [Winnipeg Sun]
A night after falling to the Providence Bruins in a shootout, the St. John's IceCaps bounced back to the tune of a 6-0 drubbing. Congrats to Edward Pasquale on his first shutout of the year. [The Telegram]
The 2012-13 IceCaps are the Dr. Jeckyll to 2011-12's Mr. Hyde. [The Telegram]
Meet Mark Scheifele, the OHL hat trick machine. [Globe and Mail]
Not to be outdone, Scott Kosmachuk also registered a hat trick of his own as Jets' prospects continue to score points at a rapid pace. [NHL.com]
Ottawa 67's forward Sean Monahan has been suspended 10 games for a head shot delivered earlier last week. [Buzzing the Net]
NHL games have now been cancelled through mid-December, including the 2013 All-Star Game. [SB Nation]
Goodbye, awesome Black Friday hockey. [SB Nation]
Explaining how Donald Fehr has avoided the mistakes made by Bob Goodenow in 2005. [Edmonton Journal]
Why the lockout is not about the battle between owners and players. [Backhand Shelf]
Finally, Abbotsford Heat goaltender Barry Brust has broken a 55-year record for shutout goaltending in the AHL. [Puck Daddy]