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Winnipeg Jets logo installed for shortened 2013 season

The Winnipeg Jets logo is officially back and almost ready for takeoff.

On Monday, technicians laid down the first layer of ice at MTS Centre.

Today, the rest of the lines were painted, and the centre ice logo was laid down in four pieces.

There's also some flair added to the centre red line this year.

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The Winnipeg Jets logo is officially back and almost ready for takeoff.

On Monday, technicians laid down the first layer of ice at MTS Centre.

Ice technicians lay out the logos for the Jets at centre ice at the MTS Centre this morning in preparation for the start of the shortened NHL season.

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Ice technicians lay out the logos for the Jets at centre ice at the MTS Centre this morning in preparation for the start of the shortened NHL season. Purchase Photo Print

Today, the rest of the lines were painted, and the centre ice logo was laid down in four pieces.

There's also some flair added to the centre red line this year.

Watch the video of the process this morning, including a quick time-lapse of the logo being installed.

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