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Friday Morning Altitude Check: Tobias Enstrom back on the ice for the first time since suffering his mid-February injury

Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Winnipeg Jets-related news and notes.


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, March 15, 2013:

Winnipeg Jets' news:

Don't look now but Ondrej Pavelec and the Winnipeg Jets are officially on a roll. [Winnipeg Sun]

More recap from the Winnipeg Free Press. [WFP]

For a Rangers perspective, visit our pals at Blueshirt Banter. [Blueshirt Banter]

Could the Jets host the NHL's Heritage Classic in the next years? Mark Chipman certainly thinks so: "I don’t see anything getting in the way, I really don’t." [WFP]

Tobias Enstrom continues inching his way closer to returning to Winnipeg's line-up: "We haven’t really talked about it and we haven’t really set a time. I’m looking to come back as quick as I can, but I’m going to be careful with it too." [Winnipeg Sun]

Catching up on Winnipeg Jets prospect news. [Jets Nation]

Around the NHL:

Connor Hellebuyck and the UMass-Lowell hockey team have been part of a historic month of February at the school. [Western College Hockey Blog]

Kris Versteeg will miss the remainder of the season for the Florida Panthers due to knee surgery. [SB Nation]

A new arena in Seattle, WA is showing great promise thus far. [SB Nation]

Vincent Lecavalier has suffered a lower-body injury which may keep him out of the Tampa Bay Lightning's line-up for awhile. [SB Nation]

Congrats to St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen who recorded his first NHL shutout last night. [TSN]

Finally, former Jets' goaltender Chis Mason gets absolutely devastated in this penalty shot goal by Henrik Sedin. [Puck Daddy]