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Altitude Check: Monday February 6, 2012 Winnipeg Jets Headlines

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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.

Here are your headlines for Monday, February 6, 2012:

Recapping yesterday's debacle in Montreal. [WFP]

Our SB Nation Pals at Habs Eyes On The Prize offer their take on the game. [HEOP]

On Trade Deadline Day (an event being hyped by media even more than Jets games themselves) the trio of Kevin Cheveldayoff, Craig Heisinger and Claude Noel will band together to discuss any personnel moves. [WFP]

On the topic of the Trade Deadline, will the Southeast Division be buyers or sellers? [Globe and Mail]

Eric Fehr benched; usurped by Spencer Machacek yesterday in Montreal. [Canoe]

Dustin Byfuglien will likely stand trial on boating while impaired charges. [Globe and Mail]

Claude Noel shares a story about his days in the ECHL and the making of the movie Slap Shot. [Jets TV]

After an important win on Friday, the IceCaps could not complete the sweep the Worcester Sharks this weekend. [Metro]

Winnipeg legend Teemu Selanne is in the news again, this time for an interesting interview he gave on Saturday night. [Puck Daddy]

Our very own Gabe Desjardins calculates how difficult it is to score goals in the NHL as compared to other professional leagues. [Behind The Net]

Finally, watch Ilya Kovalchuk absolultely demolish Brayden Schenn's face in a fight on Saturday afternoon. For those who may not know, Kovalchuk is no stranger to chucking knuckles and has does a good job holding his own according to HockeyFights.com. Enjoy! [You Tube]