Dustin Byfuglien's goal with 23 seconds left in the second period stood up as the winner as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Boston Bruins 2-1 on Friday. Evander Kane had Winnipeg's other goal while Michael Hutchinson, who was a Boston draft pick in 2008 (77th overall), stopped 30 of the 31 shots he faced for Winnipeg (17-10-6).
Edmonds: Maurice not willing to use injuries as excuses
With the news that Mark Stuart will now be out until February with a lower body injury, the Jets are without their top four defenseman until at least mid-January. Paul Edmonds joins the Big Show to explain why, despite the injuries, Paul Maurice expects his team to not only survive, but win.
Scheifele: Jets confident they can overcome injuries
Jets centre Mark Scheifele joins Hustler & Lawless to discuss how Winnipeg has managed to overcome their injuries on defence, and the team's skills competition.
Jets acquire D Harrison from Hurricanes for sixth-round pick
The Winnipeg Jets have acquired defenceman Jay Harrison from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for a 2015 sixth-round pick. The trade was announced hours after the Jets said that defenceman Mark Stuart will be out until February with a lower-body injury.
Yost: Jets are controlling play much better than past seasons
Travis Yost of TSN's Analytics Department spoke with Rick Ralph about what the numbers say about the Jets solid start to the season.
Dreger: Cheveldayoff actively looking for defencemen?
TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger joins Hustler & Lawless ahead of the NHL trade moratorium to discuss some of the moves the Oilers may be considering, and why Craig MacTavish stepped behind the bench. Darren also chats about whether Kevin Cheveldayoff could actively be looking to add a defenceman.
TSN Hockey: Statistically Speaking
As the Jets get set to host the Bruins on Friday without their top three defencemen, Scott Cullen explains why the team might have the in-house options to fill the big void by using hockey analytics.
Blue Bombers sign QB Portis to two-year extension
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced a two-year contract extension for quarterback Josh Portis. Acquired in a trade with the Toronto Argonauts in July, Portis dressed in the final three games for Winnipeg in 2014.
Blue Bombers fire defensive co-ordinator Etcheverry
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have fired defensive co-ordinator Gary Etcheverry after only one season on the job. Under Etcheverry, the Bombers allowed opposing offences 360.9 yards per game, third worst in the CFL, and finished 7-11, missing the playoffs for a third-straight season.
Jets give fans a show with skills competition
The Winnipeg Jets held their 3rd annual skills competition in front of their fans where they got to show off who had the hardest shot and who was the fastest skater.
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