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This article is published in 11/11/2016 (940 days ago)
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Ask the stubborn Arizona Coyote fans who will tell you that they will stick to the memories of Hull, Hedberg and Nelson who will dazzle their opponents during the 1970 season.
Thinking that Dale havelchuk wrenched his body painfully on the ice, they retreated --
Jamie Ma Kong, the butcher wearing a cloak in 1985.
They burst into tears, recalling the last moments of April 1996, when tepo Numminen reluctantly stepped off the ice at the Winnipeg Arena for the last time.
For those devout NHL fans in Arizona, those precious memories
Like Ed Olczyk wearing white in the "last game" T-shirt —
Can never erase.
Of course, it's totally stupid, but there's nothing wrong with the history of Winnipeg Jets.
0 also belongs to the country of coyotes.
The name and number of the former Jet Master, printed on the banner on the honor ring at the Gira River Arena, proves this. Bobby Hull (9), Hawerchuk (10)
Thomas sting (25)
All of them are wearing numbers that the coyote group considers respectable, even though they never ski for desert residents. Keith Tkachuk (7)and Numminen (27)
Took part in the jet race, then went south with the team in 1996 and left a good performance.
Their banners are also on top, and Jeremy Ronick, a member of the NHL Hall of Fame (97)
He had two stinks with coyotes, Wayne Gretzky (99)
He started coaching the team in 2005. 09.
One day, no. too-
In the distant future, Shane Doon is not.
It will also be lifted to the ceiling. The 1995 first-
The jet-flying wheel pick, which has now entered 21 NHL seasons, said the link with the capital city of Manitoba still exists and he believes there is no reason to break it.
"The connection to the jet is still so special," Doan said earlier this week . ".
"I will still have people coming to me and they are a fan of coyotes because they are a fan of jets and they won't let it go.
"It's a special group that they remember those days and that's why I'm still honored to be (the Jets).
"However, having experienced 1970 happy Winnipeg hockey fans, the disappointment of the post-80 s and the eventual demise of the post-90 s team may think it's a bit ridiculous that the Arizona franchise still recognizes --
ICE records and achievements of jets, including statistics such as most conventional aircraftSeason assists (by Steen, 553 —
Although Doan is just an assistant at the back right now), most short-handed goals (Doug Smail, 25)
Percentage of career shooting (Pat Elynuik, 221)
And most save (
Bob Essensa, 8,062). Jets co-
Owner Mark cheman saw the banners and thought they were perfectly appropriate.
"I won't say it's weird, or I find it awkward," Chipman said this week . ".
"When the team moved to Phoenix City, it tried to build an identity that was not easy to do. (
This is a way for them to do so, help their fans anchor the team and thank the great players who used to play for the team.
"It's just a way of it.
You get this history, which is part of the deal and you can acknowledge that as you choose.
They chose to admit this very openly, and I don't think it's okay.
"The NHL rules say these records are the property of the Arizona franchise.
So is Jet 2. 0.
When Zhenbei bought the Atlanta franchise in 2011, along with Little, Ladd, Wheeler and others, it also came with coloring the history of the Ramans, according to cheman.
In fact, most of the jets.
0 records belong to the former ghost-
Star Ilya Kovalchuk including most of the targets (328), assists (287)and points (615).
No banners on the Russian left hanging at MTS Center-
Name and number of winger17.
However, the team continues to award the Dan Snyder Memorial Award every year --
Named after a Thrace player who died in a car crash on 2003-
For a jet player who shows perseverance, dedication and hard work.
"We bought a team that played in another city for a few years and had a history of its own, but apart from Dan Snyder's admission, our propaganda history group has never really discussed it, "said Chipman.
"This is what we inherited.
We can't wipe it off.
We pay attention to it, but it is not something we are highly concerned about.
We are more focused on creating our own history than on the history of the Sellars in Atlanta.
"He said that the goal now, after five-
Plus the season, start celebrating the birth of history now, while paying tribute to and connecting with past jet players.
Shipman said Hull, Anders Hedberg and Alvin Nielsen were recently introduced to the club's newly established Hall of Fame, and that the events surrounding legacy classics last month were just the beginning.
"Nothing can stop us from celebrating the same history for those players who play in Winnipeg," he said . ".
"When we developed our own Hall of Fame, we started with the World Health Assembly because we thought it was the right place to start, but it wasn't over.
"We have a Hall of Fame, and now we can admit some players, the former Jets that play for the team, whether in the NHL or WHA, and ideally, one day we will play. "jason. bell@freepress. mb.