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Growing Concerns Have Risen over the Jets Offense

Published February 9, 2024 at 9:22 PM

The Winnipeg Jets were an early favorite during this season, having been a regular at the top of the league standings. Unfortunately for them, however, they have had quite the fall from grace over this past month.

Jets Losing Streak Has Fans Questioning The Team's Ability To Score

After their tragic 4-1 loss during Thursday night's game against the Philidelphia Flyers, the Jets have moved down to third in their conference. This also made for their fifth consecutive loss, with only four goals made during this streak.

"#nhl #GoJetsGo

The Winnipeg Jets lost their fifth straight game with a 4-1 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers. Samuel Ersson made 28 saves in the win.

The Flyers improved to 27-19-6 with the victory. Tyson Foerster, Travis Konecny, and Morgan Frost all..."

Jets Aquire Sean Monahan In Attempt To Compensate For Inability To Score

On top of this terrible record, the team's recent scoring record is even worse, having only one game in which they got the puck in the net more than twice. In hopes of fixing this issue, Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff acquired Sean Monahan from the Montreal Canadiens.

"Check out the depth in the @NHLJets' forward group.

The Jets just got deeper and more dangerous with the acquisition of Sean Monahan.

@LGRed|@jasondemers | #GoJetsGo | #NHLNow"

Now, the Jets are at a current record of 30-14-5, having fallen within their division and into the eighth spot overall. Despite this recent acquisition, it is hard to know when or if Winnipeg can fully recover.

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Growing Concerns Have Risen over the Jets Offense

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