• 1 - All it took was one shot for recent AHL call-up defenceman Sami Niku to register his first career goal. A goal scored on none other than Montreal Canadiens' all-time games played leader as a goaltender, Carey Price

  • 1 - All it took was one shot for recent AHL call-up defenceman Sami Niku to register his first career goal. A goal scored on none other than Montreal Canadiens' all-time games played leader as a goaltender, Carey Price

  • With a 5-1 victory and 4-3 series win, the Winnipeg Jets are off to the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. For the third time in the second round, the Jets defeated the Predators at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville

  • With a 5-1 victory and 4-3 series win, the Winnipeg Jets are off to the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. For the third time in the second round, the Jets defeated the Predators at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder, Jonathan Kozub, Jeff Miller and Carter Brooks

    It's safe to say that the two most recent Winnipeg Whiteout street parties did not go as planned. With the first taste of playoff hockey in Winnipeg since the spring of 2015

  • It's safe to say that the two most recent Winnipeg Whiteout street parties did not go as planned. With the first taste of playoff hockey in Winnipeg since the spring of 2015

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder

    The Colorado Avalanche arrived in Winnipeg as losers of six of their last seven games. They left town as losers of seven of their last eight.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder and Trevor Hagan

    The Winnipeg Jets absolutely flew out of the starting blocks Tuesday night.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by James Carey Lauder

    Winnipeg Jets' captain Blake Wheeler's personal accomplishment may have been the long positive from Winnipeg's 5-1 defeat Tuesday evening in St. Paul, MN. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by James Carey Lauder 

    The National Hockey League announced its Three Stars of the Week Monday morning. Winnipeg Jets' captain Blake Wheeler was amongst the winners.

  • For the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Bell MTS Place has continued to open its doors to fans interested in attending road game viewing parties inside the arena.

    The first viewing party took place as the Jets travelled on the road in their first round series in Minnesota, while the latest in-arena viewing party occurred for game seven of the Western Conference Semifinals in Nashville.

    As the Jets have home ice advantage for the remainder of the playoffs, games three and four (and potentially six) of the Western Conference Finals will also be excellent opportunities for fans to attend the viewing parties inside Bell MTS Place.

    Tickets for games three and four are only $10.00 - with all proceeds going towards the True North Youth Foundation.

    Winnipeg Harvest will continue to accept donations of non-perishable food items, and will have bins set up inside each of the arena's four main entrances.

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    Earlier this week, it was announced that Brandon's Keystone Centre and the Wheat Kings would be on board with the idea to host whiteout viewing parties of their own for the third round of the playoffs.

    Interestingly enough, those gathered for the whiteout viewing party in Brandon will be cheering against former Head Coach/General Manager and current Owner of the Wheat Kings, Kelly McCrimmon, who is now the Assistant General Manager of the Vegas Golden Knights.

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    Westoba Place will open its doors to the public for a family skate prior to puck drop for both game three and four Wednesday and Friday, respectively - Admission is just $5.00.

    "Our community was asking for this and it fit," said Jeff Schumacher, General Manager of Brandon's Keystone Centre. "There are a lot of ties to both teams in this city and region, and the series will be exciting for us all to watch together in our arena."

    Wednesday's game three from Vegas will get underway at approximately 8:20 P.M. central time. For those watching at home, it will be available live on CBC and Sportsnet. Doors open to Bell MTS Place at 7:00 P.M., while family skate begins at the Keystone Centre at 5:00 P.M.

    By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder and Carter Brooks

  • For the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Bell MTS Place has continued to open its doors to fans interested in attending road game viewing parties inside the arena.

    The first viewing party took place as the Jets travelled on the road in their first round series in Minnesota, while the latest in-arena viewing party occurred for game seven of the Western Conference Semifinals in Nashville.

    As the Jets have home ice advantage for the remainder of the playoffs, games three and four (and potentially six) of the Western Conference Finals will also be excellent opportunities for fans to attend the viewing parties inside Bell MTS Place.

    Tickets for games three and four are only $10.00 - with all proceeds going towards the True North Youth Foundation.

    Winnipeg Harvest will continue to accept donations of non-perishable food items, and will have bins set up inside each of the arena's four main entrances.

     Untitled design 53 800x452

    Earlier this week, it was announced that Brandon's Keystone Centre and the Wheat Kings would be on board with the idea to host whiteout viewing parties of their own for the third round of the playoffs.

    Interestingly enough, those gathered for the whiteout viewing party in Brandon will be cheering against former Head Coach/General Manager and current Owner of the Wheat Kings, Kelly McCrimmon, who is now the Assistant General Manager of the Vegas Golden Knights.

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    Westoba Place will open its doors to the public for a family skate prior to puck drop for both game three and four Wednesday and Friday, respectively - Admission is just $5.00.

    "Our community was asking for this and it fit," said Jeff Schumacher, General Manager of Brandon's Keystone Centre. "There are a lot of ties to both teams in this city and region, and the series will be exciting for us all to watch together in our arena."

    Wednesday's game three from Vegas will get underway at approximately 8:20 P.M. central time. For those watching at home, it will be available live on CBC and Sportsnet. Doors open to Bell MTS Place at 7:00 P.M., while family skate begins at the Keystone Centre at 5:00 P.M.

    By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder and Carter Brooks

  • The St. Louis Blues have decided to extend the season of 2016 fourth round draft pick Tanner Kaspick. And in doing so, the management team of the Blues also did Kaspick and his family a huge favour, in sending him to his home province's American Hockey League correspondent.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo provided by the St. Louis Blues

    The St. Louis Blues have decided to extend the season of 2016 fourth round draft pick Tanner Kaspick. And in doing so, the management team of the Blues also did Kaspick and his family a huge favour, in sending him to his home province's American Hockey League correspondent.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder

    The Vegas Golden Knights rolled into Winnipeg on Tuesday evening for the first time since claiming the Western Conference title from the Winnipeg Jets in last season’s Western Conference Final.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by James Carey Lauder

    On Saturday morning the Winnipeg Jets and goaltender Laurent Brossoit reached a contract agreement for the 2019-20 NHL season.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder

    The Carolina Hurricanes are a much-improved hockey team.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Jonathan Kozub

    Kevin Cheveldayoff and the Winnipeg Jets had one of the busiest Trade Deadline days of all NHL clubs. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder

    The Vancouver Canucks rolled into Manitoba’s capital on Thursday evening on a record-setting day in Winnipeg, temperature wise.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photos by James Carey Lauder, Jeff Parsons and Debora Robinson 

    It has been the talk of the town since the 2018 NHL Trade Deadline this past spring: Just how will General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff be able to re-sign veteran forward Paul Stastny this offseason? On Saturday morning it became much clearer.

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