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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Friday, May 26, 2017

Hey, all! It’s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday! Everybody’s looking forward to the weekend, weekend! Fun, fun, fun, fun, looking forward to the weekend!

Now that Rebecca Black is thoroughly entrenched in your brain for the rest of the day, let’s get to the headlines! Here’s whats in the news for Friday, May 26, 2017.

Winnipeg Jets’ notes:

Scott Cullen was on TSN 1290 yesterday and noted that the Winnipeg Jets have some very fixable issues. Oh hey, we’re going to have more on this later today, kinda, sorta! [TSN]

We’re hoping in the DeLorean with Doc Brown on this one but Pete Tessier looks into what UFA forwards the Jets might covet. [Hockey Buzz]

The Windsor Spitfires are quiet content with how smoothly Logan Stanley has fit back into their blue line. [Windsor Star]

Around the NHL:

Congrats to the Pittsburgh Penguins, your Prince of Wales Trophy winners. [Pensburgh]

Oh hey, the St. Louis Blues have signed Steve Ott to… be an assistant coach? []

A look at how the Nashville Predators built a roster four wins away from becoming Stanley Cup Champions. Hint: They had a lot of AHL alumni. [On the Forecheck]

There’s a bunch of teams getting Adidas jersey updates, but the Jets aren’t one of them. [SB Nation]

Finally, SB Nation unveiled their new site format and, in conjunction, ran a site wide article on why we are fans of the sport we cover. You can read ours HERE. The best of are being curated HERE.

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