One of the areas the Jets needed to improve dramatically to battle for a playoff spot this season was in head-to-head match-ups within the Central Division.After going a disappointing 11-16-2 last season against the likes of the Chicago Blackhawks, St.On five previous occasions (0-3-2), the Jets have come up short when trying to win three in a row, so they won't be lacking motivation.By improving to 15-16-3, the Jets aren't close to being out of the woods yet, but they've managed to keep themselves in the conversation when it comes to the wild-card chase.The Senators don’t have the depth in their lineup to match up.Yes, all this comes from the same place where we suggested, a month ago, that the club take a serious look at what it would take to pry Duchene out of Colorado.Via Radar Online: Queen Latifah is reportedly “stung pretty good” after learning that her longtime gal pal and rumored fiancée, 40-year-old personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins, is now in a serious relationship with a much younger man!
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The Winnipeg Jets came into this four-game block knowing they'd probably need to secure three wins – and possibly even four – to make up some ground in the Western Conference standings.
After all, they were the first team to 32 games and with only four games over a 14-day period, many of the clubs were going to get close to caught up in that category.
Winnipeg Jets' Drew Stafford (12) can't control the bouncing puck in front of Colorado Avalanche goaltender Calvin Pickard (31) during second period NHL hockey action in Winnipeg, Sunday, December 18, 2016.
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Latifah has never officially come out as gay, but did address the topic in an interview by saying, “I don’t have a problem discussing the topic of somebody being gay, but I do have a problem discussing my personal life.” Jenkins has insisted she is totally straight.