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Friday Morning Altitude Check: The St. John's IceCaps have finally registered back-to-back wins

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Goaltender Edward Pasquale (pictured) makes a save against the Providence Bruins.
Goaltender Edward Pasquale (pictured) makes a save against the Providence Bruins.
Jeff Parsons, St. John's IceCaps

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 Friday, November 30, 2012:

Though they've battled inconsistency all year, St. John's IceCaps head coach Keith McCambridge feels the team is making strides as of late: "The last two games we made some strides in the right direction.. Our inability to score goals has jumped out. But lately, our top players have been our best players, as you need them to be." [Winnipeg Sun]

The IceCaps notched another win last night in Adirondack, again thanks to the goaltending of Edward Pasquale. [WFP]

Scott Kosmachuk on breaking out of a cold streak by scoring eight points in three games: "You just have to stay with it, get back to basics and keep working hard. Things will come. I picked it up a little bit." [Winnipeg Sun]

Mark Scheifele's empty net goal sealed the deal in a 4-2 win for the Barrie Colts last night in Windsor. [Windsor Star]

Mediated negotiations lasted all of two days and have now been scrapped. Well, that was fun. Next step, decertification. See you guys in 2013-14! [Globe and Mail]

Why Boston Bruins' owner Jeremy Jacobs is still the worst. [SB Nation]

Los Angeles Kings public service announcer David Courtney has passed away. [Puck Daddy]

Finally, Elliotte Friedman's 30 Thoughts this week is a must read centred around Josh Harding and Jordan Sialet's battles with multiple sclerosis. [30 Thoughts]