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Many good things happened when the Winnipeg Jets played last night in Toronto,particularly the fact they almost won the game. But then the inevitable seemed to happen again, the let down in the third period leading to a loss in the shoot out. This was the type of game the Winnipeg Jets thought they would find themselves in many times this season, a type one-goal game where they would have to wi...
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Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has pleaded not guilty to four counts stemming from a boating incident in Minnesota.
Byfuglien is accused of boating while intoxicated and refusing to take a blood or urine test, and other charges. The criminal complaint says his boat was stopped on Lake Minnetonka on Aug. 31 because the navigational lights weren't on.
Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien pleaded not guilty Friday in Minnesota to four charges related to allegedly operating a boat while impaired this summer, TSN.ca reported.
Byfuglien has a pre-trial hearing Feb. 2, the report said.
On Aug. 31, Byfuglien was piloting a boat on Lake Minnetonka when he was stopped by police. He passed a Breathalyzer test but failed field...
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Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien has pleaded not guilty to charges related to an alleged impaired boating incident.
Court documents with the Hennepin County court in Minnesota show not guilty pleas were entered to all four offences.
Police stopped a boat driven by Byfuglien on Lake Minnetonka in August.
Court documents say the 26-year-old passed a...
The Winnipeg Jets take to the biggest show in hockey that of the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at the Air Canada centre. Â For the young Jets today was a bit of a leaning curve into the media madness that is Toronto. Â As James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail said, it was the busiest visitor locker room he had ever seen. Dave Shoalts chimed in with a reference to some of the stupidest...
In the world that is National Hockey League, the camera placed inside the goal is supposed to bring fans closer to the action.
Toronto's Jeoffrey Lupul picked up a goal in last Monday's match-up against the Winnipeg Jets and proceeded to break the goal cam with it:
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From last night’s pre-game ceremonies—
On a related topic, ESPN’s Roy S. Johnson has a piece out today on the issue of depression among many throughout professional sports.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has pleaded not guilty to four counts stemming from a boating incident in Minnesota.
Winnipeg Jets centre Mark Scheifele made the case to stay in the NHL on Wednesday evening in Toronto against the Maple Leafs with his first NHL goal.
Scheifele, 18, a native of Kitchiner, Ont., scored the goal in his stomping grounds at the Air Canada Centre in the second period of the game.
The Jets were coming high off their 2-1 win against the Pittsburgh Penguins...
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Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien has pleaded not guilty to charges related to an alleged impaired boating incident. A pre-trial hearing is set for Feb. 2.