Found November 08, 2011 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Winnipeg Jets center Nik Antropov is expected to return to the ice for Tuesday's game against the Buffalo Sabres.
The 31-year-old Russian has missed the team's last two contests with a hand injury.
The 10th overall pick of the 1998 draft, Antropov collected three goals, eight assists and six penalty minutes this season.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Winnipeg Jets’ Tanner Glass is anything but fragile.
The moderate scrapper exchanged rapid punches with the Buffalo Sabres’ Cody McCormick during Tuesday’s game in Buffalo, leaving a bit of red on the ice.
It didn’t appear until a rough takedown by Glass that McCormick started to bleed. He was escorted to the back for examination and a bit of repairs.
from Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun, The head coach of the Winnipeg Jets spent a good chunk of Monday’s meeting with the media defending the play of Byfuglien, who has been subject to plenty of criticism in the early stages of the season for his limited production and routinely getting caught up ice and out of position.
“He likes playing defence and I don’t think he sees himself...
The newly relocated Winnipeg Jets' first visit to the First Niagara Center may as well have been sponsored by the number four. In a game they never led until the final score indicated otherwise, the Sabres scored four power play goals and erased four Winnipeg leads to help Ryan Miller snap his personal four-game losing streak, defeating the Jets 6-5 in overtime.
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Ryan Miller's recent problems in net have created an unlikely goaltender controversy in Buffalo. If Miller is denied a start for a third straight game tonight against visiting Winnipeg, it could get even worse.