Fans will be pleased to know that the Winnipeg Jets have informative apps on Apple devices. The Winnipeg Jets are a professional ice hockey team, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. They are members of the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the NHL, as they were the previous year when they were known as the Atlanta Thrashers. The league will be realigned for the 2012–13 Season at the earliest, with the team expected to move into the Western Conference.
As the Atlanta Thrashers, the team played in Atlanta, Georgia until purchased by True North Sports and Entertainment in 2011. With approval by the NHL Board of Governors, the team was relocated to Winnipeg prior to the 2011–12 NHL season. Following the move, the team adopted the name of Winnipeg’s original WHA/NHL team, which became the Phoenix Coyotes in 1996. The Jets play their home games at the MTS Centre in Downtown Winnipeg. Here are a few apps that we thought Winnipeg Jets fans might find interesting.
Winnipeg Free Press Hockey by Winnipeg Free Press contains all the latest news as it happens. This free application presents news by experienced award-winning reporters, columnists and photojournalists from the Winnipeg Free Press. View live blogs on game night including coverage, videos and Twitter feeds from writers and players. Share your favorite news stories using Twitter, Facebook and email. To find out more on this free app, visit the App Store.
Winnipeg Pro Hockey Live by Yuan Ventures is the ideal app for fans that want to keep up with all the latest news from multiple sources. With live tweets and full articles providing large news images, fans will also get the opportunity to view live scores, standings, current schedules, roster data and statistics. Available for $2.99 through the iTunes App Store, this application gives the user an overall look at the news gathered from various sources.
Track the Winnipeg Jets with easy to use apps compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Do you think more could be added to sports applications? Obtain all the latest news stories with a little help from apps.
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