Winnipeg Free Press: Buff good, Stuart bad. The snow shower he gave Pavelec on the Jackets 2nd goal probably didn't help the Jets netminder but you can't hold Stuart solely responsible for last night's loss.
TSN: Struggling Jets hope homestand can change things. The Jets are going to need to pull off some big wins against some tough Southeast division competition this week.
Winnipeg Free Press: Jets tap AHL talent to score some goals with St. John's Jaffray, Kulda. Looks like the prediction I made earlier today is proving accurate as the Jets are going to the farm for some help.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets Stuart accepts blame in loss to Columbus. While Mark Stuart did make a couple of mistakes, fact of the matter is this team isn’t scoring any goals. One goal, which ironically was scored shorthanded by Stuart, isn’t sufficient especially when you are playing a team like Columbus which gives up an average of almost 4 goals per game.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets snapshots – nothing nice to say. Jets made Columbus PK look stellar, empty seats in Columbus, HNIC broadcast lacked energy, Byfuglien pinch leads to 2 on 1, more injury woes, Wheeler needs to take seat, Wellwood most dangerous Jet, is fatigue setting in and more.
TSN: Jaffray scores hat trick as IceCaps double -up Whale. With the lack of production the Jets are getting from their NHL forwards, they might be calling down to the farm to get some help as the guys in the AHL don’t seem to be having any issues producing.
Jets next opponent news - Tampa Bay Lightning:
St. Petersberg Times: Lightning shut out by Blues. If any coach can counter a defensive scheme, it is defensive mastermind, Ken Hitchcock.