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Op-Ed: Edmonton Oilers lose draft lottery yet rewarded for ineptness

They did not get the first overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft — thank heavens for small miracles — but the ineptness that is the Edmonton Oilers franchise was still rewarded Saturday. The Oilers wound up in fourth and will get a sure-fire stud.

NHL Power Rankings: Winnipeg Jets flying high after week 1

Winnipeg - The first week of NHL action is in the books and 12 teams made it through without a loss. The biggest surprise is the start in Arizona, but Winnipeg winning two dominating games on the road is something special.

Report: The 5 cities NHLers don't want to play in

A new report says that cities like Winnipeg and Edmonton are the most common places on no-trade clauses by NHL players. Canada in general fares pretty badly.

Op-Ed: Evander Kane may be done as a Winnipeg Jet — but trade him where?

What the status of Evander Kane is vis-à-vis the Winnipeg Jets can't be certain but it hardly seems a healthy one. After recent events, not a lot of reading between the blue lines is needed to figure that out.

Oilers drop 11th straight, 3-2 (OT) in Winnipeg

Despite leading in a game for just the fourth time since Remembrance Day, the Edmonton Oilers lost again Wednesday night — a crippling 3-2 overtime defeat in Winnipeg.

Op-Ed: The 5 dumbest moves made by the old Winnipeg Jets

Winnipeg - The original Winnipeg Jets had very little success. The glory days of the WHA were replaced by years of futility. The Jets had some success in the mid 80s,with Dale Hawerchuk but bad personnel decisions played a part in the move to Phoenix in 1996.

Op-Ed: Numerous Stanley Cup contenders among Central division teams

The Central division is considered the best in the NHL by many. This season, it appears that the Central division teams will be yet again front and center in the battle for Stanley Cup. Here's a look at what Central division clubs did this summer.

Op-Ed: Numerous Stanley Cup contenders among Central division teams

The Central division is considered the best in the NHL by many. This season, it appears that the Central division teams will be yet again front and center in the battle for Stanley Cup. Here's a look at what Central division clubs did this summer.

Troubled in Toronto: Playoff hopes fade in loss to Jets Special

Toronto - Emotions high after an encouraging OT win over the Boston Bruins Tuesday night, boo's rained down upon the Toronto Maple Leafs following a listless performance to the mathematically eliminated Winnipeg Jets Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre.

Phoenix Coyotes announce name change to the Arizona Coyotes

The NHL Phoenix Coyotes announced today that they are changing their name to the Arizona Coyotes. The team, which plays in an arena in Glendale, Arizona, will make the change official when the 2014-15 season begins.

NHL Trade Rumors: Evander Kane to Philadelphia Flyers?

Winnipeg - Evander Kane is one of the most talented young players in the NHL, but the youngster is struggling with injuries and some inconsistent play this season, leading several hockey experts to believe the Winnipeg Jets could move the 22 year-old.

NHL Scores: Avalanche top Jets 3-2

Denver - The Colorado Avalanche continue to be the talk of the NHL as they won again on Sunday, posting a 3-2 victory at home over the Winnipeg jets.

Shane Doan signs four-year deal to remain with Phoenix Coyotes

Despite being one of the most sought-after unrestricted free agents on the market, Shane Doan made it clear he never really wanted to leave the Phoenix Coyotes - and now he doesn't have to.

Op-Ed: Why are Canadian NHL teams struggling so much to win the cup?

It has been almost 19 years since a Canadian team last won the Stanley Cup. The Montreal Canadiens were the most recent Canadian team to bring Lord Stanley's trophy on Canadian soil. Why does this slump seem never ending?

Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs end sad-sack seasons

The Montreal Canadiens beat the Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-1 on April 7 as the each finished disappointing seasons. There was some spirit in the game but it was hardly a classic as both franchises head into the off-season with numerous question marks.

Canada could support nine National Hockey League teams

Ottawa - The future of the National Hockey League in Canada could easily include another two franchises, according to a study released on Thursday.

NHL: Leafs ground Jets in 4-3 shootout win Special

Toronto - The Toronto Maple Leafs were mostly quiet after 40 minutes but a big third period led by red-hot Phil Kessel ignited a 4-3 shootout victory over the reincarnated Winnipeg Jets.

NHL: Selanne back for another; Myers, Tavares re-sign long-term

Teemu Selanne is back for yet another year, agreeing to terms on a one-year deal with the Anaheim Ducks worth $4 million. In other news, restricted free agents Tyler Myers, John Tavares, and Zach Bogosian were re-signed by their respective clubs.

NHL: Jets set to unveil jerseys Tuesday

According to Ed Tait of the Winnipeg Free Press, the unveiling of the Winnipeg Jets' new jerseys will come on Tuesday, as the team gets set to start training camp Sept. 20.

Hockey star Rick Rypien found dead at home

Forward Rick Rypien of the Winnipeg Jets was found dead at his Alberta home today. The RCMP said that the 27-year-old hockey player's death is not considered suspicious.

NHL: Winnipeg Jets unveil new logo for 2011-12 season

True North Sports & Entertainment announced Friday it would unveil the new logo for the Winnipeg Jets, which were relocated to Winnipeg from Atlanta earlier this summer.

NHL news: Re-alignment in 2012, Cogliano traded to Ducks

The Edmonton Oilers traded forward Andrew Cogliano to the Anaheim Ducks for a second round pick. In other news, Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leipold hinted at a divisional re-alignment, which would see the Winnipeg Jets in the Central Division of the West.

Op-Ed: NHL: Winnipeg will make for interesting on-ice story

Well the dust has finally settled on the speculation of Winnipeg returning to the NHL and while relocating a team from the U.S to a small Canadian market may not have been Gary Bettman's first choice, it seemed to be his only one.

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