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WITH Tim Stapleton's return Saturday from a nine-game injury absence, the Jets no longer have anyone on their injured reserve list.

Stapleton scored his eighth goal of the season, had two points and played 11:45 to be a plus-two.

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To make room for Stapleton, the Jets re-assigned Aaron Gagnon to the AHL's St. John's IceCaps. In seven games Gagnon had no points playing largely on the fourth line, but the Jets had no complaint about his play.

Home sweet home

WINNIPEG'S schedule leans towards the favourable from here to the finish.

Of the 25 games that remain, 15 will be played at the MTS Centre, including nine of the next 10. The Jets are 16-8-2 at home so far.

IceCaps setting pace

THE IceCaps had two goals each from captain Jason Jaffray and Ben Maxwell and won Sunday, 6-3 over the Binghamton Senators, extending a winning streak to four games and giving them five of the six games in a homestand.

St. John's now has an AHL-best 70 points.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 13, 2012 C2

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