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Monday Morning Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets' three-game winning streak snapped by the Ottawa Senators

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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 and elsewhere in the NHL.

Here is what's in the news for Monday, March 18, 2013:

Winnipeg Jets' news:

Recapping last night's 4-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators. [Winnipeg Sun]

The Jets' and Ondrej Pavelec won't make excuses about being tired in yesterday's game: "It's the same for everybody. I think they had a little more energy than we had. But second and third (periods), it was OK but it wasn't enough to win the game." [WFP]

Winnipeg's run of twenty-nine consecutive successful penalty kills was ended yesterday as the Senators struck twice on the power play. [Winnipeg Sun]

Gary Lawless opines that it's time to reinsert Alexander Burmistrov back in the line-up. [WFP]

For a Senators perspective, visit our pals at Silver Seven. [SIlver Seven]

Around the NHL:

A feel good story as Boston University won their final home game under longtime coach Jack Parker's tenure. [SB Nation]

After a win against the Carolina Hurricanes, Mike Millbury still had time to slam Alexander Ovechkin. [SB Nation]

The Phoenix Coyotes have signed Oliver Ekman-Larsson to a new 6-year 5.5MM AAV deal. [Five for Howling]

In which Ryan Miller calls out Patrick Kaleta after receiving his most recent suspension. [Puck Daddy]

Finally, how long until visors are made mandatory in the NHL? [Globe and Mail]