Episode 12: Don’t pull your hammie


Doing some stretching before getting back into studio “a” with “that guy” Jeff and Marshall as they bring you the winnipegwhiteout.com Jets Hockey Podcast.

Today’s episode talked about a lot of topics:

  • A look at the week of games ahead including St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers and Florida Panthers
  • Recap of games including Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche, Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning
  • St. John’s IceCaps & Colorado Eagles updates
  • Follow Charles Dart on Twitter – @CharlieDart – for all your IceCaps tweets
  • Varga’s Vegas Picks from @CapnCheese24
  • Chance to win Limited Edition Winnipeg Jets collectors cards from Upper Deck
  • February 27 NHL trade deadline day
  • Trades that have happened and could happen with players Jeff Carter, Jack Johnson, Rick Nash, Steve Ott & Derek Roy
  • The return of Nikolai Khabibulin to Winnipeg – pretty sure we’re the first ones talking about this
  • Big talk about making the playoffs or being on the outside looking in
  • The new Jets Brew cans
  • Some basic rambling

Game predictions:

  • Jeff (20-13) went 2-2 last week and says no losses in the upcoming home games against the Blues, Oilers & Panthers
  • Marshall (15-18) says wins against Edmonton and Florida with a loss against St. Louis

We need to know

Around the 25:10 mark of the episode Jeff and Marshall really start getting in to about what’s best for a young team and the playoffs and we need your help deciding. Would it be more beneficial for the team to miss the playoffs by one point, or lose in the first round? Call us toll-free at 855.321.JETS (855.321.5387). Please, we can really use your help.


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