A fan’s memoir of the final season of Winnipeg Jets hockey
In the spring and summer of 1995, Winnipeggers rallied like never before to save their hometown team. But in the end, despite heroic efforts, it all fell apart, leaving the Jets to embark upon one final lame-duck season before flying the coop.
Relive the ups and downs of the 1995-96 season through the eyes and ears of Jets historian Curtis Walker, who shares his insight into the fateful “Season to Remember” and the agony of being a fan of a poorly run small-market team.
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