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Winnipeg is not only surviving, but thriving despite being without the suspended Dustin Byfuglien. The 2-0 win over Minnesota Monday was among the more impressive performances from the Jets this season. Their playoff fate is in their own hands.
The Jets have won six of eight, but they still have to look over their shoulder as the Kings remain on their heels in the wild-card race. This is another one of those teams whose style could be trouble for a first-round playoff opponent.
The Jets are heating up ahead of the playoffs and they're recent stretch has been keyed by an unlikely hero. Ondrej Pavelec is 5-1-0 in seven appearances in March with a .966 save percentage and 1.00 goals-against average. Maybe it's a short-lived hot streak, but he's been great.
The Jets are in a tough one with the Pacific teams trying to bump them from playoff contention. If the postseason started Tuesday, the Jets are out and the Kings are in. They need to get healthy and get winning.
possible. Losing Dustin Byfuglien for multiple weeks is no small thing. Winnipeg is powering through it and have continued jockeying for wild-card positioning with Minnesota while keeping enough distance between them and the rest of the field.
The work Kevin Cheveldayoff did before the deadline allowed him to rest easy Monday. They improved forward depth with Lee Stempniak and Jiri Tlusty. The deal that brought in Tyler Myers and Drew Stafford, among others, is already paying dividends.
The Jets find themselves with real challengers in the wild card race for the first time in a while. The Wild are just two points away from taking the first wild card position away from them.
The Jets appear to be back on track after swinging a blockbuster deal that brought back Tyler Myers and Drew Stafford. They've won 4 of 5, which has tightened their grip on the top wild-card spot in the West.
The Jets have been overshadowed by the ongoing drama with forward Evander Kane. That only added to the dreariness of a six-game losing streak, which ended Sunday. Winnipeg has to find a way to avoid the late-season tailspin here.
The upstart Jets are trending down after four straight losses. The Jets gave up five goals in each of those losses, raising concerns about the previously strong goaltending the team was getting. This is becoming a crucial point in the season for this club.
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The Jets have crashed violently back to earth after they blew the barn doors off of Arizona. Goaltending remains a concern, but this team's top six has started off looking pretty darn good.
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