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Winnipeg Jets 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/9/14 – The Jets were eliminated from the NHL playoffs last Thursday with a 4-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. It’s been seven seasons since the Jets (then Thrashers) made their one and only playoff appearance. Winnipeg has 80 points (35-35-10) and just two games left in the season – Thursday night at home against Boston and Friday night in Calgary. Winnipeg isn’t the only Canadian team to miss the postseason this season; Edmonton, Calgary, and Vancouver (first time in six years) have also been eliminated.
4/3/14 – Finish Flash, aka Teemu Selanne, and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Jets in overtime Monday night. Fans at the Honda Center were not only treated to a win, but also a poster of Selanne in both a Anaheim and Winnipeg jersey that featured the impressive details of his rookie 1992-93 season with the original Jets. Following Monday’s loss, the Winnipeg Jets won the battle in Phoenix with a 2-1 shootout over the Coyotes. Next up, Winnipeg will return home tonight, following a five-game road trip, to face the Penguins (min. $142).
3/28/14 – The Jets will finish up their five-game road trip Monday. Splitting their first two with a loss to Dallas and a win on a power play goal versus San Jose, they’ll take on the Kings next in LA. Nine points behind the Phoenix Coyotes for the final wild card spot, the Jets will likely miss the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the third straight season since relocating from Atlanta. Which means you only have three more chances to see them at MTS Centre this season – 4/3 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (avg. $241), 4/7 vs. Minnesota Wild (avg. $130), and 4/10 vs. Boston Bruins (avg. $174).
3/19/14 – Winnipeg remains a (semi) bubble team, six points behind eighth ranked Phoenix in the Western Conference. After a 7-2 downing of the Dallas Stars Saturday and an offensive showcase, it seemed as if the Jets were ready to make a final push at a playoff spot. Colorado (avg. $80) and Carolina (avg. $168) are on the Winnipeg Jets schedule this week at MTS Centre as the final two home games this month. If the Jets want to pull off a playoff berth, they’ll have to play well on the road; seven of their final twelve with be played away.
3/10/14 - The Winnipeg Jets will continue their push for their first playoff berth since returning to the North when they take on the Colorado Avalanche tonight. The hopefuls look to snap their longest losing streak (0-2-1) under new head coach Paul Maurice. Now five points back of the Dallas Stars for the second wild card berth in the Western Conference, Maurice and Co. need to record two points to stay in the playoff picture. The Jets return to home ice Wednesday when they take on Vancouver (avg. $103). Last week, Winnipeg signed defenseman Mark Stuart to a four-year, $10.5 million contract extension.
3/4/14 – The Jets are flying high since their return from the Olympic break, winning in shootout against Phoenix and getting the regulation time victory over Nashville. Up next, Winnipeg will return home for three straight - New York Islanders (avg. $67), Los Angeles Kings (avg. $121), and Ottawa Senators ($167). Winnipeg is currently two points behind eighth ranked Dallas; if the Jets can pull up to the eighth spot for a playoff berth, it would be the team’s first postseason appearance since returning to Winnipeg and first since the 2006-07 season (Atlanta).
2/26/14 - The Winnipeg Jets welcomed back four of their players from Sochi, and the entire team is anxious to get back to business as the NHL resumes play. This past Sunday, much to the delight of local fans, the Winnipeg Jets held a special outdoor practice on the frozen-over Assiniboine River. Under new coach Paul Maurice, the Jets were 9-3-1, and Winnipeg is now just two points behind the final playoff position with 22 games left to go. The Jets square off against the Phoenix Coyotes for their first game after break; tickets start at $156 for tomorrow night's game at MTS Centre.
2/21/14 – The Jets returned to the ice for practice Wednesday with a healthy Evander Kane (hand), Jim Slater (sports hernia) and Matt Halischuk(upper body), all back from the injury list. Welcome back the trio, four Olympians — forwards Olli Jokinen, Blake Wheeler and Michael Frolik, and netminder Ondrej Pavelec – and teammates Feb 27 as they take on the Phoenix Coyotes at MTS Centre. With 22 games left, the Winnipeg Jets are just 2 points behind 8th place Dallas. In contention for a wild card spot, a playoff berth would be the franchises’ first (and only) since the 2006-07 season when the team was in Atlanta.
2/3/14 – Thank you Michael Frolik! The Jets’ right wing scored the game winner Sunday against the Canadiens to push the final score to 2-1. In Winnipeg’s first road game of four before the Olympic break, the Jets earned their second straight win. The journey continues as the Winnipeg Jets make their way to Carolina, Washington, and St. Louis before the weekend concludes. Now two games above .500 for the first time since the start of the season, Winnipeg is within four points of the final playoff spot.
1/30/14 – Winnipeg will play their final game on home ice before the Olympic break tomorrow night at MTS Centre. The matchup against the Vancouver Canucks is averaging $193 with limited seats still available. Will the Jets recent coaching change continue to reap positive results (won six of eight since Paul Maurice replaced Claude Noel) for the squad? A win Friday would break the Canucks four game winning streak in the series and give the Jets confidence as they fight for the final Western Conference playoff spot.
Winnipeg Jets 2014-2015 Season
Immediately after the Winnipeg Jets cleaned slate and dismissed head coach Claude Noel in favor of Paul Maurice, the MTS Centre squad showed the league and legions of fans just how much potential they had stored up. The new head coach went 8-2 in his first 10 games and inspired a team that took up residence in the NHL's cellar for the first 40-odd games of the season. The Jets made moves this summer on roster as well: parting ways with Olli Jokinen, Devin Setoguchi and Al Montoya, while adding TJ Galiardi and Mathieu Perreault. Now, in Maurice’s first full season at the helm, there’s no telling what heights this team will reach in the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Get your Winnipeg Jets tickets now!
The Jets kick off their 82-game slate on the road against the Arizona Coyotes on Oct. 9. They’ll continue their tough opening road trip with a visit to San Jose (Oct. 11) and Los Angles (Oct. 12). The Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings will return the favor and visit MTS Centre on Mar. 1. Winnipeg will play their first home game of the year when the Nashville Predators come to town on Oct. 17. Keep the tradition going when the New York Islanders play MTS Centre on Dec. 31 for a New Year’s Eve hockey spectacular. Don’t miss out on two rivalry games when the Toronto Maple Leafs descend upon Winnipeg (Jan. 3), followed by the Montreal Canadiens (Mar. 26), with Winnipeg Jets tickets this year.
The Winnipeg Jets are no longer part of the Southeast Division. The NHL realignment sent the Jets from the East to the West. A move to the Central Division should allow for some new geographical rivalries. One must-see NHL game this season on the Winnipeg Jets schedule is Winnipeg Jets vs. Phoenix Coyotes (former Jets) on January 13.
As part of the Southeast Division, the Jets (what an appropriate name) rack up many miles to play their Divisional opponents; in fact, they lead the Eastern Conference in total miles traveled this season. With the shortened NHL season, it becomes even more important to win on the road — something the Jets have not been able to do well in the past. Lucky for Jets hockey fans who like to travel or may be displaced, Jets away tickets are just $109, about one-third the cost of Winnipeg Jets tickets at MTS Centre.
Jets tickets are in such high demand that when the team began selling Winnipeg season tickets in 2011 (in preparation for their move), they sold out minutes after going on sale to the general public. Winnipeg has embraced the teams return from Atlanta and it seems as if the NHL made the right decision in moving the team. Winnipeg Jets tickets were the most expensive in the League averaging $342 prior to the season's start. Behind the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Winnipeg Jets saw the largest percentage increase in the price of tickets since last year (+83%).
The Winnipeg Jets schedule may be tough but if the team can overcome some inconsistencies on the road, they still have a chance to win the Southeast Division. The Jets currently sit 2 points ahead of the Carolina Hurricanes and are in the Division lead.