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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets help fans who need sensory aids

Kristian Vesalainen remains magical, Bell MTS Place gets more inclusive, and Jason Strudwick puts the onus on leadership to help young players.

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Jets News:

Another day, another Kristian Vesalainen highlight. While he is not in North America, Patrik has been more than happy to send up GIFs of his regular antics in the KHL. It is best that Vesalainen is playing in a place where he will play regularly and not be regulated to the press box. And look at him go. (Twitter)

There are many people who need to have a way to protect themselves from sensory overload. The most common way to do this is to wear earphones or use fidgets to help themselves cope. Bell MTS Place now has complimentary bags that provide these items and more to those that need them. (Winnipeg Free Press)

Josh Morrissey and Jacob Trouba are really important to the Jets future on defence. Now they both have to stay here. (Winnipeg Free Press)

Could the Colorado Avalanche challenge the Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators in the Central Division? Nathan MacKinnon says yes. (Winnipeg Free Press)

Hockey News:

Which pairs of forwards work best together? (Nucks Misconduct)

Ray Ferraro explaining how long it takes to get into game shape and ripping unreasonable people is always a mood. (TSN1050 YouTube)

Jason Strudwick defends young players needing to learn how to become professionals and puts the onus on team leaders to help them. (Edmonton Journal)

Finally, The Athletic takes their first crack at building the Seattle Kraken. (The Athletic)