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Jets return home Friday night with 5-1 record
The Jets went 3-1 at the North American Hockey League's Showcase tournament in Blaine, Minnesota, and take a 5-1 overall mark into this weekend's Friday-Saturday series against Brookings at the Janesville Ice Arena.
Jets depart NAHL Showcase in first place
Adam Roeder scored for Janesville with 29 seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 3-3, and Cullen Munson scored at 2:12 of overtime to secure the 4-3 victory with Janesville's only lead of the game.
Third-period barrage leads Jets over Mudbugs
Janesville scored three goals in 93 seconds Thursday on the way to a 6-5 victory at the NAHL Showcase.
Jets lose opener at Showcase tournament

It was a rough start to the NAHL's Showcase Classic for the Janesville Jets.

Mareks Mitens stopped all 29 shots he faced to lead the Aston Rebels to a 4-0 win Wednesday on the first day of the four-day...

Jets sweep season-opening series ahead of NAHL Showcase
The Jets scored three special teams goals Saturday night to beat the Minnesota Wilderness 4-1 and complete a two-game sweep at the Janesville Ice Arena.
Janesville Jets win season opener
Five players scored two points, and the Jets held off the Minnesota Wilderness in the third period for a 5-4 win in North American Hockey League play.
Takeoff time: Jets' season opens Friday
Takeoff time: Jets' season opens Friday
Janesville hosts the Minnesota Wilderness on Friday and Saturday night before heading to the NAHL's Showcase tournament
Albion Tigers win their first Home Talent League championship
Adam Gregory drove in three runs and scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eighth inning Sunday afternoon to send the Albion Tigers to a thrilling 6-5 victory over Wiota and give the team its first-ever Home Talent League championship.
Albion Tigers on verge of once-unlikely championship
With a victory Sunday, Albion will go 3-0 in the Home Talent League's round-robin finals to capture the league title.
Busy Stricker was eyeing Ryder Cup spot
Steve Stricker played 20 tournaments this year as he held out some hope of maybe making the Ryder Cup team at 49 years of age