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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Paul Maurice
Marian Gaborik wasn't disappointed that he didn't get on the score sheet in his debut with the Los Angeles Kings, a 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Thurdsday night.
After consecutive strong games, Ondrej Pavelec has the Winnipeg Jets in the chase for a playoff spot in the Western Conference.
Blake Wheeler was ready to go after the Olympic break, and so were his Winnipeg Jets.
Chris Thorburn thinks one of the reasons the Winnipeg Jets have been successful under new coach Paul Maurice is that they're playing together as a team.
Devin Setoguchi was hiding his face Friday night after his two goals lifted the Winnipeg Jets to a 4-3 win over the slumping Vancouver Canucks.
It took two tries but the Nashville Predators finally got the power-play goal they needed.
Al Montoya's sweet homecoming was one sour night for Jonathan Toews and Co.
Dustin Byfuglien's versatility is proving to be highly valuable to the Winnipeg Jets.
Justin Braun's soft shot made it on net and the rebound floated in the air long enough for Joe Pavelski to bat it in for yet another goal.
Although Paul Maurice declines the credit, the Winnipeg Jets still haven't lost since he stepped behind their bench. They're even good enough to beat a team that had been practically perfect on home ice all season long.
Evander Kane is back in the Winnipeg Jets' lineup.
New Jets coach Paul Maurice likes what he has seen from Winnipeg rookies Jacob Trouba and Mark Scheifele.
The Winnipeg Jets have gotten off to a good start under new coach Paul Maurice.
New Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice is already changing things up after just one day on the job.
On the morning of Nov. 28, it didn't take more than a couple of hours after the Washington Capitals announced the firing of Bruce Boudreau and the hiring of Dale Hunter until the Carolina Hurricanes made their coaching change.
"I liked the speed of the game that we started the game with," he said.
"Yeah, we didn't have any interest in playing with that fire," Maurice said. "We'll take a look at the ones we did give, and we have penalties that we have to avoid taking. Then we also have to recognize our penalty kills are pretty darn good."