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Winnipeg Jets Playoff Tickets
Conference: Western Conference
Division: Central Division
Home Arena: Bell MTS Place
Head Coach: Paul Maurice
Mascot: Mick E. Moose
Team Colors: Polar night blue and aviator blue
Winnipeg Jets Playoff TicketsThe Winnipeg Jets are a professional ice hockey team from Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is the only Canadian team in the Central Division of the Western Conference. As a member of the Central Division, the Winnipeg Jets team participates in the seasonal schedule of the NHL. Preseason is when the showcases and exhibition games help increase team synergy and allow rookies and new players to sync with the main team. The regular season that determines the teams' qualification to the Stanley Cup Playoffs starts in October. A scoring system is implemented in each division, and the top three teams from each division will secure a spot in the playoffs. While three teams from each division will receive a spot in the playoffs, the conferences each are allowed to choose two teams as wild cards. Each conference will send eight teams to the postseason Stanley Cup Playoffs. Cheer your team on, and get your Winnipeg Jets' playoff tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to Winnipeg Jets' playoff games?You can get Winnipeg game tickets at StubHub. StubHub has a variety of tickets to many NHL hockey games and other sporting events in your area.
Which teams do the Winnipeg Jets hockey team normally compete against?The Winnipeg Jets hockey team is one of the 31 members of the NHL. The NHL is divided into the Eastern and Western Conferences. Further dividing of the conferences resulted in two divisions per conference. The Winnipeg Jets team currently plays in the Central Division of the Western Conference. During the regular season, the Winnipeg Jets will be playing games both at home and on the road. Since the teams for the Playoffs are determined by the divisional ranking, the team's direct rivals would be the other six teams that are members of the Central Division: St. Louis, Dallas, Colorado, Nashville, Chicago and Minnesota.
What is the mascot of the Winnipeg Jets' hockey team?The mascot of the Winnipeg Jets' hockey team is Mick E. Moose. Mick E. Moose was originally the mascot of the Manitoba Moose AHL team. In 2011, the Winnipeg Jets team signed Mick E. Moose onto the NHL team as well and officially began using the mascot in all its future games. For the time being, Mick E. Moose is shared by both teams due to their close connection with each other.
How big is the sporting venue of the Winnipeg Jets' hockey team?The home arena of the Winnipeg Jets' hockey team is the Bell MTS Place. Bell MTS Place is an indoor arena situated in downtown Winnipeg in Manitoba, a province of Canada. Not only is the Bell MTS Place where the Winnipeg Jets home games are held, it is also the home arena of the affiliate team of Winnipeg Jets, the Manitoba Moose. The Manitoba Moose team plays in the American Hockey League, which is a developmental league in preparation for the NHL. Every NHL team has an affiliate agreement with an AHL team. In addition to sporting events, the Bell MTS Place also hosts a wide variety of concerts, ice shows and theater productions. The seating capacity of the arena is dependent on the event, but for Winnipeg Jets hockey games, the estimated seating capacity is 15,294.
Who is the coach of the Winnipeg Jets' playoff hockey team?The head coach of the Winnipeg Jets' hockey team is Paul Maurice, who is in his fifth season coaching the Winnipeg Jets. He joined the team in January 2014. During the 2018-2019 and 2017-2018 seasons, Maurice guided the team to a second-place finish in the division. Prior to Maurice's arrival on the team, the Winnipeg Jets consistently placed in the bottom half of the division. Packing an impressive career resume, Maurice became the second-youngest NHL coach to garner 500 career wins after a January 2015 victory over Florida during the regular season. Before he transitioned over to the Winnipeg Jets, he had coached 17 seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Carolina Hurricanes.
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