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Videos- Tempers Flare Toronto/Winnipeg

via Sportsnet's YouTube page,

A sequence of plays that starts with Neal Pionk kneeing Rasmus Sandin, Jason Spezza then retaliates and a scrum ensues on the following faceoff.

Two more incidents below.

 

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What You May Have Missed Today

NEW YORK (Nov. 25, 2021) – Winnipeg Jets defenseman Josh Morrissey has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for slashing Columbus Blue Jackets forward Alexandre Texier during NHL Game No. 297 in Columbus on Wednesday, Nov. 24, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.

The incident occurred at 16:27 of the third period. Morrissey was assessed a minor penalty for slashing.


NEW YORK (Nov. 25, 2021) – Columbus Blue Jackets forward Max Domi has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for unsportsmanlike conduct during NHL Game No. 297 in Columbus on Wednesday, Nov. 24, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.

The incident occurred at 2:20 of the third period. Domi was assessed a double-minor penalty for roughing.


NEW YORK (Nov. 25, 2021) – Ottawa Senators defenseman Nikita Zaitsev has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for cross-checking San Jose Sharks forward Timo Meier during NHL Game No. 302 in San Jose on Wednesday, Nov. 24, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.

The incident occurred at 4:03 of the third period.

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Video- Winnipeg GM Kevin Cheveldayoff And Owner Mark Chipman Press Conference

via the YouTube page of Sportsnet,

Kevin Cheveldayoff and owner Mark Chipman take questions from the media about the NHL not handing out any punishment to the Winnipeg Jets GM.

Watch below, almost 70 minutes long.

added 7:02pm,

James Duthie and the TSN Hockey Insiders discuss their biggest takeaways from what Kevin Cheveldayoff had to say at his media availability in regards to Kyle Beach, how some owners have disapproved of how Gary Bettman and the NHL have handled the sexual assault allegations, and Donald Fehr's future as executive director of the NHLPA.

Watch at TSN.

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No Punishment For Kevin Cheveldayoff

NEW YORK (Oct. 29, 2021) – After meeting today in person with Winnipeg Jets General Manager, Kevin Cheveldayoff, the National Hockey League has concluded that Cheveldayoff was not responsible for the improper decisions made by the Chicago Blackhawks related to the Brad Aldrich matter in 2010, which decisions resulted in the Club’s delayed and inadequate response to a report of serious, inappropriate conduct as between Aldrich and Blackhawks’ prospect, Kyle Beach.

“While on some level, it would be easiest to paint everyone with any association to this terrible matter with the same broad brush, I believe that fundamental fairness requires a more in-depth analysis of the role of each person,” said Commissioner Gary Bettman. “Kevin Cheveldayoff was not a member of the Blackhawks senior leadership team in 2010, and I cannot, therefore, assign to him responsibility for the Club’s actions, or inactions. He provided a full account of his degree of involvement in the matter, which was limited exclusively to his attendance at a single meeting, and I found him to be extremely forthcoming and credible in our discussion.”

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Afternoon Line- Paul Maurice

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Evgeny Svechnikov Proving Himself In Winnipeg

from Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet,

Although the full story on why things didn’t work out in the Motor City might need a bit more time to uncover, slowly but surely Svechnikov is inching his way toward a two-way NHL contract — and quite possibly a spot in the opening-day lineup on Oct. 13 when the Jets open a three-game road trip against the Anaheim Ducks.

No, his spot is still not assured but after the Jets are expected to announce a number of cuts and get down to more manageable numbers leading into the final two exhibition games, Svechnikov remains very much in the mix.

Where exactly he fits in remains unclear but it’s apparent that Svechnikov has caught the attention of Jets head coach Paul Maurice.

“I’ve moved him around and moved him up. I’ve liked his camp,” Maurice said. “He doesn’t mind going to the net. He’s got some hands on him and he makes some good plays and I think he understands the game. How he fits with other people will be a really important thing for him going forward but he’s had a good camp. He’s done what he could do.”

Maurice isn’t about to hand out a spot to a bubble player with more than a week before the season opens, but to this point, it’s hard to imagine Svechnikov not being right in the thick of things to win one of the battles for the four available spots up front.

And if he continues his progression, it’s easy to envision Svechnikov pushing his way into a bigger role with the benefit of some additional time to feel comfortable.

He’s been able to flash some offensive gifts, both in terms of finish and passing ability. His compete level is high and he’s been able to process the new system he’s becoming more familiar with.

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The Improved Winnipeg Jets

from Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun,

On paper, the Jets have everything you’d want to make a deep playoff run: A mix of skill and grit up front that has developed a hunger for more, a goalie who eats pucks at a high level and now a defence that’ll be far less fun to play against.

It’ll all cost a pretty penny, right up near the NHL salary cap, and you know where that leaves the expectations going into Year 11.

“It sets us up to be in a good spot and make some waves this year,” is how veteran Mark Scheifele put it. “I look at myself as being in the prime of my career and you want your team to be in that stage as well. This year, we have a team that can definitely do something and it starts now, it starts in training camp, and it has to continue to grow each and every day.

“Every single guy in that locker room is thinking that and it gets me excited every day.”

The fan who has lived through the previous 10 seasons might wonder what took so long.

But the right players coming available at the right time, with spending room to acquire them while drafting and re-signing your own, is a tricky game. When players want out, it adds another wrinkle.

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The Winnipeg Jets Are In Win Now Mode

from Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet,

The mood around the Jets heading into camp is one of optimism as the team returns to the Central Division, which means a heavy dose of a Colorado Avalanche squad that enters the campaign as a Stanley Cup favourite.

There are the usual questions around the edges of the Jets' roster and which young player might end up being the biggest surprise, but many of the spots are already spoken for.

And while many of those prospects will be under the microscope during the six exhibition games, the Jets are going to use the coming weeks to try and ensure the smooth transition from bubble team back to contender status.

“At our age group and our payroll, we’ve got to win,” said Maurice.

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Nate Schmidt Headed To Winnipeg

added 8:14pm,

WINNIPEG, July 27, 2021 - The Winnipeg Jets announced today they have acquired defenceman Nate Schmidt from the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for a third-round pick in the 2022 NHL Draft.

Schmidt, 30, recorded 15 points (5G, 10A) and four penalty minutes in 54 games for the Canucks last season. The St. Cloud, Minn. native has played 450 games over eight seasons for Vancouver, the Vegas Golden Knights, and the Washington Capitals and has 155 points (34G, 121A) and 88 PIMs. Schmidt has also recorded 25 points (6G, 19A) and 16 PIMs in 68 playoff games, including a run to the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals with the Golden Knights.

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What’s The Problem With The Winnipeg Jets?

from Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun,

Are the Jets a young team just coming into its own, a bitter playoff loss the fuel it’ll need to take the next step in 12 months?

No, that would seem to better describe the team of three years ago, when it finished second, overall, and shocked top-seeded Nashville to reach the Western Conference final.

That moment seems to have been the peak for this group.

The contending window was thrust open that spring, but it’s been gradually sliding shut ever since.

The team’s core talent up front appears to have absorbed as much as it can about how to pay the price in the post-season. Three straight early summers slam the point home.

Getting that message to take root is Maurice’s job.

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