Mark Spector
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Senior columnist Mark Spector is one of Canada’s leading sources for breaking NHL news. Regularly contributing to sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine, Spector gives Canadian hockey fans exclusive insight to the goings-on in NHL franchises. He also acts as the sideline reporter for Sportsnet’s regional Edmonton Oilers broadcasts.
Paul Maurice view injuries as just part of Jets' unique story
Mark Spector
There are people who answer questions with questions, then there is Paul Maurice. The Winnipeg Jets coach likes to answer a question with a story.
Morrissey punishment too late to help Wild vs. Jets.
Mark Spector
Connor Hellebuyck comes up with 'textbook' bounce back game for Jets
Mark Spector
Winnipeg Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck, like all good goalies, managed to recover from a tough night in Game 3 to shutout the Minnesota Wild in Game 4 and bring his team just one more win away from the second round.
Jets notebook: Late bloomer Tucker Poolman will bring nerves into Game 4
Mark Spector
In September he was in Penticton with a bunch of 18-year-old prospects. Tonight he’ll be on the blue line at the Xcel Energy Center, playing in the biggest pro game of his life.
Jets' Hellebuyck preparing to bounce back in his own way
Mark Spector
Wild desperation an inevitable obstacle on Jets’ path to second round
Mark Spector
It's simply impossible for a team with a 2-0 series lead to match the desperation of a club trailing 2-0. The Winnipeg Jets learned that the hard way Sunday night with a Game 3 loss to Minnesota.
Jets-Wild Notebook: Winnipeg is owning puck possession
Mark Spector
With Game 3 between the Winnipeg Jets and Minnesota Wild just a few hours away here are a flurry of notes ahead of the contest.
Big, physical hockey as important as ever in Stanley Cup Playoffs
Mark Spector
Jets appear to be too big, too fast and too much for Wild
Mark Spector
As the Minnesota Wild are discovering, the Winnipeg Jets have a way of dominating play, like the big kid at the outdoor rink who could steal your puck and keep it for as long as he wanted.