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So, you think Dustin Byfuglien should be playing forward.

Maybe you have some thoughts on how head coach Claude Noel juggles his lines.

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Or perhaps you just love everything about the Jets and want to share your feelings with your fellow fans.

Many of you call us or send emails wanting to share your insights and frustrations. It's always great to hear the feedback.

Well, here's your chance to have your say and get it printed in the paper.

We're inviting readers to send letters that will be published on a regular basis on Page 2 of our sports section.

Keep in mind that all letters are subject to editing.

We'll also be publishing your comments from our website (www.winnipegfreepress.com) and some top tweets from around the NHL throughout the week.

We'll start running your input next week.

The Free Press sports department welcomes letters from readers. Include the author's name, address and telephone number. Letters may be edited. Send your letters to Letters to the Editor -- Sports, 1355 Mountain Ave., Winnipeg, R2X 3B6 or email to sports@freepress.mb.ca

-- Letters represent the opinions of their writers and do not reflect the opinions of the Winnipeg Free Press or its staff.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 19, 2013 C2

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