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About Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets are making significant strides in the live entertainment industry with a host of offerings designed to enhance fans' experiences and support community initiatives. One of these is the Winnipeg Jets SeatExchange, the only ticket resale platform that guarantees authenticity for each ticket sold. This initiative was introduced to safeguard fans against ticket fraud and illegal resale. Notably, individual paper tickets will no longer be issued ahead of playoff games.

Fans can also access perks through the Winnipeg Jets App. The user-friendly platform provides up-to-date information on upcoming matches, player statistics and more. The excitement surrounding these offerings was heightened when Jets took an unexpected victory in their first match against the Vegas Golden Knights, securing a 5:1 win. Undoubtedly, fans are eagerly anticipating the fourth match.

Amid the growing momentum, the Winnipeg Jets have announced that playoff tickets will go on sale Tuesday, with sales channels including Ticketmaster and the Winnipeg Jets SeatExchange. Amid the pandemic-induced loss of paying customers, True North Sports & Entertainment has also launched a season ticket sales drive for the Jets. There are various promotion offers that hark back to the departure of the original Winnipeg Jets in the 1990s, targeting individual ticket buyers. However, True North has clarified that these efforts do not imply any threat of departure, reiterating their commitment to keeping the Winnipeg Jets in Winnipeg indefinitely.

Beyond the electric atmosphere of the games, the Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose are doing their bit for the community as well through a Community Vaccination Tour. Starting June 17, the promotional teams of both entities will tour various vaccination sites across Manitoba. Attendees can anticipate giveaways such as autographed Jets jerseys, Manitoba Moose buys, and Jets merchandise for the first 150 people in line at each site's promotional event.

A significant aspect of these initiatives is the understanding that Manitoba's vaccination rate is critical for restoring regular activities like attending Jets and Moose games. Therefore, fans are not only encouraged to support the teams but also to participate in the vaccination drive.

In addition, supporters should take note of the availability of information on the True North Youth Foundation. The foundation runs various programs, including Chase the Ace and the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Academy, aimed at developing youth through the sport. The ongoing efforts of the Winnipeg Jets, both on and off the field, make it a thrilling time for fans and the broader community.

Winnipeg Jets History

Formed in 1972 as a part of the World Hockey Association (WHA), the Winnipeg Jets are a professional ice hockey team based in Winnipeg, Canada, that has significantly contributed to the National Hockey League's rich history. They initially held their live sports events at Winnipeg Arena, but today, the Jets play in front of their passionate fans at the Bell MTS Place, one of the premier arenas for live sports events in Canada.

In its early years, the WHA team achieved considerable success, capturing three Avco Cup Championships in 1976, 1978, and 1979. The Jets are famously known for having introduced European hockey players to American audiences, including Bobby Hull, one of the greatest hockey players of all time.

After the WHA folded, the team joined the NHL in 1979. They continued to showcase their talents in front of loyal fans but struggled to replicate their WHA success in this more tough-edged, competitive league. Financial challenges, coupled with droughts in performance, led to the team's relocation to Arizona in 1996, breaking many fans' hearts.

The city was without an NHL team for fifteen long years until 2011, when the Atlanta Thrashers franchise was bought by True North Sports & Entertainment and moved north to Winnipeg, bringing the Jets back to life. The return of the Jets marked a rebirth in Winnipeg, bringing thousands of hockey enthusiasts back to the stadium to witness live hockey action and support their home team.

Since their return, the Jets have been a source of pride for Winnipeg. The team has been consistently competitive, making several runs into the NHL playoffs and providing fans with many memorable moments. Crowds of over 15,000 regularly pack the Bell MTS Place, and buying tickets for the Jets' games, especially playoffs, has become a hot item for both residents and visitors. The arena's atmosphere is electric, with fans passionately cheering for the team and contributing to a unique experience that arguably rivals any other NHL venue.

The Jets' dedicated fan base extends beyond the borders of Winnipeg. The team has followers from all over the world, and their exciting gameplay and exemplary sportsmanship have made them a beloved team across the globe.

The Winnipeg Jets are more than just a sports team; they are an integral part of Winnipeg's identity. They bring together people of all walks of life, united in their love for hockey. They provide their city with a sense of belonging, community, and excitement that is palpable every time the puck drops at the Bell MTS Place.

Witnessing a live Jets' game is an exhilarating experience, making tickets a highly sought after commodity. A fervent fan base, coupled with a world-class venue in the heart of one of Canada's most passionate sports cities, ensures the demand for Winnipeg Jets tickets remains high.

From their early WHA roots to their exciting NHL presence today, the Winnipeg Jets continue to make history while providing fans with thrilling live sports events. Whether you're a lifelong Jets fan or new to the world of hockey, attending a Winnipeg Jets game is an unforgettable experience, worth every penny spent on tickets.

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