Found October 22, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
For the impending mess he joined for the weekend you can at least tip your cap to Winnipeg Jets defenceman Adam Pardy and say he pulled the rope in the right direction.
The 29-year-old from Bonavista N.L. was called up Saturday in the wake of injuries to Jacob Trouba and Mark Stuart and played his first NHL game of the season Sunday in the 3-1 loss to Nashville.
On the third pairing with Paul Postma it was 13-minutes 38-seconds' worth and it wasn't bad at all considering the adventures giveaways and fire drills the Jets have been getting from some of their blue-liners.
"Obviously not good enough when you lose games but I thought there were a lot of good things out there" Pardy said Monday asked about his own game. "I felt good with the puck had my head up my positioning was good my stick was good.
"Didn't spend a whole lot of time in our zone which is the main thing you try to take care of to defend well."
October has not exactly been easy f...
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You’ve probably noticed that there is an invasion of the pink variety occurring throughout professional sports in the month of October. You also probably know that the pink assault is professional sports’ way of supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month. Everything from the penalty flags (at least for the first week) in the NFL to the boards in the NHL have gone through a pink...
from Ed Tait of the Winnipeg Free Press,
It was less than a week ago when Evander Kane went public with a plea for more "FU" in the Winnipeg Jets' game -- the not-so-subtle suggestion he and his teammates needed to play with a little more edge, a little more anger and a little more desperation.
What they served up in Sunday night's 3-1 stinker to the Nashville...
Claude Noel knows that if things don’t change soon his own job may very well be in jeopardy.
On a day that saw the head coach of the Winnipeg Jets conduct team and individual meetings Noel gave an honest assessment of where things stand with his team.
“The problem right now is that we’re trying to put skill ahead of work — we’ve got it backwards” said Noel whose club...
from Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun,
On a day that saw the head coach of the Winnipeg Jets conduct team and individual meetings, Noel gave an honest assessment of where things stand with his team.
“The problem right now is that we’re trying to put skill ahead of work — we’ve got it backwards,” said Noel, whose club rounds out a six-game homestand against the Washington...
Caps rookie Tom Wilson dropped the gloves in the first period with Winnipeg's Patrice Cormier on Tuesday, answering for a hit earlier in the shift on Michael Frolik.
Carter Hutton stopped 37 of 38 shots to lead the Predators to a 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday night. Here are five things, three stars and highlights from the game...
via Katie Carrera of Capitals Insider,
“I didn’t think Greenie was having his best night,” Coach Adam Oates said. “The other guys were going pretty good, it got late in the game and I think [assistant coach] Calle [Johansson] just went with Carly and Steveo for a couple shifts.”
Green was on the ice for two of the Jets’ four goals, both tallies by Bryan Little...
#11 Grant Clitsome, 28, D, 5'11, 215 lbs
Last Year's Ranking: 18
This Year's Ranking: 11
The Jets savvy waiver claim from the 2011-12 season, Grant Clitsome has a newly signed three-year contract based on two half seasons in Winnipeg.
Three points in 12 games in 2011-12 and 16 points in 44 games...