Featured interview with Ed Staniowski, acquired in summer trade along with Paul
McLean and Bryan Maxwell (Scott Campbell was involved going the other way). At the time Paul McLean was thought
of as a throw-in.
Ed started playing goal like many others because he wanted to play with his older brothers but
couldn't skate at their level because of his age.
Welcome to the Jet Set featured...Craig Levie...acquired from
Montreal in the waiver draft...previous season won the Eddie Shore award for outstanding defenseman in the AHL with Nova Scotia.
No room with the Montreal Canadians to make the team.
An article by Ralph Aiello on the 26 jerseys currently retired by NHL teams. Only Calgary, Winnipeg,
Colorado, Washington, Los Angeles, and the NY Islanders dont have a jersey retired.
After such a terrible season last year the Jets in a newly aligned league are in 2nd place in
the Norris Division. Point totals were as follows; Minnesota (14), Winnipeg (10), Chicago (10), Detroit (8),
St. Louis (8), Toronto (8).
Edmonton led the league and the Smythe Division with 16 points, while Montreal led the Adams
with 15, and the Isles and Flyers were tied in the Patrick with 15. Washington and Colorado were the doormats with 2 &
4 points respectively.
The top point getters in the league were;
Cloutier (QBC) 23
Gretzky (EDM) 22
Dionne (LA) 19
Taylor (LA) 19
P. Stastny (QBC) 18
Acton (MTL), Coffey (EDM), Smith (MIN), Lafleur (MTL), and Richard (QBC) all with 17.
Dale Hawerchuk led all Jets with 14.
Darren Boyko led the lowly Winnipeg Warriors of the WHL with
12 points after 12 games. The Warriors were in last place in the 8 team Eastern Division at 3-9-0.
The top scorer in the CHL was Aaron Broten with 12 points.
Jet's farm team the Tulsa Oilers were off to a 1st place start in
the CHL and were led by Murray Eaves who had tallied 9 points. Markus Mattson was second
in the league with a 2.60 GAA. Kelly Hrudey was 4th playing for Indianapolis with a 3.11 GAA.