Jets midseason report card

Winnipeg Jets centre Bryan Little. (BRIAN DONOGH/Winnipeg Sun)

Winnipeg Jets centre Bryan Little. (BRIAN DONOGH/Winnipeg Sun)

Ken Wiebe, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:04 AM ET

 

The Winnipeg Jets hit the halfway point of their NHL season on Sunday night and that means it's time to hand out the midseason report cards.

Given how consistently inconsistent the Jets have been in going 18-18-5, you won't be surprised to see that there were only a few overachievers and a bunch of average-to-below average marks for the individuals who have been sporting Jets' colours during the first half.

Remember these grades take into consideration the expectations for the players, not simply the results.

Just an FYI, a minimum of 10 games was required to earn a grade this semester:

Bryan Little (41GP, 14G, 33P) A-

Cooled off a bit after a blazing start but has been a consistent performer. Head of the class.

Al Montoya (7-2-1, 2.02 GAA, .929 save%) A-

Sample size is relatively small (12 games, nine starts) but he's given his team a chance whenever called upon.

 


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