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  • garylawless

    @garylawless: That's four losses in last five games for #nhljets with St. Louis Blues coming to town Friday. Team inflicting lasting damage on itself now 10:51 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: Oops, sorry, forgot to post the final... Habs 3 Jets 0, Daniel Briere a late empty-net goal long after the result was determined.
    Good night all. 10:35 pm on Oct 15

  • garylawless

    @garylawless: Michael Frolik just over 10 minutes so far tonight for #nhljets. not enough. 9:33 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: End of 2 now, still 2-0 MTL 8:44 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: 4:41 left in the second, a whole lot of nothin' in this period so far. It's a hard fight uphill for the Jets against a good goalie 8:36 pm on Oct 15

  • garylawless

    @garylawless: if this turns into a loss for #nhljets that will be four of five with the St. Louis Blues coming to town Friday night 8:36 pm on Oct 15

  • garylawless

    @garylawless: that's why you don't chirp the refs #nhljets and kane should know that in his fourth year in the league 8:21 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: End of 1. Jets show some life but it's 2-0 MTL 7:48 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: PK Subban 1-time blast and now it's 2-0 at 11:28. 7:29 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: We've playd 2:06 and Jets have barely touched the puck. 1-0 Montreal on Brandon Prust goal 7:12 pm on Oct 15

  • garylawless

    @garylawless: Blachkawks vp Al MacIssac is here with to present #nhljets winger Michael Frolik with his Stanley Cup ring. Just saw it and it's a beauty 7:07 pm on Oct 15

  • Tim Campbell

    @Tim Campbell: No lineup surprises tonight at MTS Centre, Jets vs. Habs. It'll be Pavelec vs. Price in goal. 7:00 pm on Oct 15

Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 15/10/2013 (1151 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

There’s no confusion among the Winnipeg Jets about how they must play, but whether they can deliver remains the biggest question surrounding this team.

The Jets were physical, competed for pucks and had an edge on Sunday night in defeating the New Jersey Devils 3-0. They say that effort needs to be replicated tonight against the Montreal Canadiens (TSNJets, TSN1290).

Zach Bogosian (left): 'When it comes down to it, it’s about playing hard. If we play that way, we have a chance to win a lot of games.'


Zach Bogosian (left): 'When it comes down to it, it’s about playing hard. If we play that way, we have a chance to win a lot of games.'

"It’s about buying in and every guy in here getting on the same program," said defenceman Zach Bogosian. "You can talk all you want about the Xs and Os but when it comes down to it, it’s about playing hard. If we play that way, we have a chance to win a lot of games."

Captain Andrew Ladd was to the point when asked if the Jets could summon up a similar effort again and again.

"We did it. So we know we can," answered Ladd. "Now it’s about consistency."

Ladd admitted playing with an edge is more difficult than bringing a softer effort.

"Playing with jam is definitely harder," he said. "It starts with the way you practise. If you practise hard it translates into that kind of a game. It’s up to the players in this room, all of us, to try and gain that consistency on a day-to-day basis."

Jets coach Claude Noel said both the coaching staff and the players are working together to achieve a consistent style of game.

"What we have been trying to raise is our compete level," said Noel. "Whether it’s the faceoff circle or along the boards, unless we were going to step up our game, our success is going to be determined by our drive and our compete level. You’re not going to have success and get a 60-minute game if you don’t have the work ethic and compete level."

The Jets will start goalie Ondrej Pavelec and Carey Price is expected to go for Montreal.

Twitter: @garylawless


Updated on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 1:21 PM CDT: Adds CIL box.

6:02 PM: final sentence corrected.

7:22 PM: Headline updated

9:44 PM: Headline updated

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