Winnipeg Jets goalie Steve Mason makes a sliding save on a shot by the Arizona Coyotes.Bombers sent packing: players say goodbyes after semifinal loss, knowing some teammates won't be back.
- Jets can't rest: no game's a gimmee in today's NHL, team recognizes as cellar-dweller Coyotes come to town.
- Wheat King's second chance: Ty Lewis signs with Avalanche after being passed over in NHL draft for second time.
- Panthers crush Dolphins: Carolina piles up franchise-record 548 yards in 45-21 route of Miami.
- Teravainen sinks Stars: Hurricanes centre scores natural hat trick in third in 5-3 win.
- Flames catch fire: Calgary finishes 5-2 on season-long home stand with 7-4 win against St. Louis Blues.
What we're reading
Anaheim Mighty Ducks' Paul Kariya, right.Paul Kariya - What if?: We're left to wonder what could have been for a player whose career was cut short by concussions and who played in the Dead Puck Era
- Potent pairing: Odd couple Teemu Selanne-Paul Kariya connecting once again with Hockey Hall of Fame induction
- Jeff Blair: Step 1 of Blue Jays’ off-season plan... Don’t turtle on Shohei Otani
What to watch
- NHL: The Winnipeg Jets play the first of three at home this week tonight when they face the Arizona Coyotes / 7 pm / TSN3
In case you missed it
Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea.Paul Wiecek: Another wrong call from O'Shea
- Strip tease: Sin City's most seductive street draws millions of thrill seekers... and some hockey fans
Let's look ahead
- Moose call: The local AHL team is home after a six-game trip out west and plays a pair of two-game series at Bell MTS Place this week — Wednesday and Friday vs Chicago and then Sunday and Tuesday vs Laval.
- Bombers Report: QB Matt Nichols chats with media on garbage bag day
- Jets Report: Mathieu Perreault chats about his potential return to the lineup
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