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The Phoenix Coyotes were once known as the Winnipeg Jets. The Jets went 30 games without a victory in one stretch, went through three coaches (McVie, Sutherland and future General Manager, Mike Smith) and ended up a distant last in the NHL with only nine wins (9-57-14) and 32 points. The Jets' rebound in the 1981-82 season was one of the most dramatic on record. The team posted a .500 mark that year, 33-33, finishing second in the Norris Division to Minnesota. We offer the best Phoenix Coyotes Tickets online.
There were reasons for this turnaround. Having the worst record the year before had allowed the team to select Dale Hawerchuk first overall in the 1981 entry draft. Hawerchuk's scoring exploits from junior translated instantly into the pro game, amounting to 45 goals and 103 points. Thomas Steen also made his debut in Winnipeg. The Jets had hired career college coach Tom Watt from the University of Toronto, and the additions were enough to bring them immediate respectability. Hawerchuk won the Calder Trophy, and Watt was rewarded with the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year.
An ominous tendency began the spring of 1982, when the Jets lost four straight games to St. Louis. In the following two years, it happened against the powerful Oilers. A minor breakthrough occurred in the spring of 1985, when a very balanced Jets team dropped the Calgary Flames in the first round, but lost Hawerchuk to a broken rib. An Edmonton sweep in the second round took away from many of the positives in a season where six different Jets had at least 30 goals. An experienced defense led by Randy Carlyle and Dave Ellett also had been promising. Under coach Barry Long, the Jets had hit a highwater mark of 43 wins and 96 points. The Jets fell back to 59 points the very next season, and the yoyo trend of a good season followed by a bad one was well under way. Long was replaced by Dan Maloney who, as per the script, brought the team hack up to 88 points in 1986-87.
That was another exciting spring in Winnipeg. The Jets won a stirring first-round playoff match up against the Calgary Flames in six games, the last time they would make it past the first round, but it was the same old story against the Oilers. The second round series lasted the minimum four, taking the Jets' postseason against Edmonton to 0-14. From 88 points, the Jets slipped back again the foIlowing season to 77 and the 1988 playoffs brought a familiar opponent, the Oilers. A five-game triumph for Edmonton left the overall tally at 1-18. That, as much as anything, cost the always boisterous Ferguson his job in October, 1988. Longtime scout and former Assistant Manager Mike Smith was brought in as General Manager, first on an interim basis, but shortly evolving to a permanent. By the time he started rearranging the team's role players and depth, the season was lost. Maloney was a casualty, and the Jets finished under Rick Bowness. Bob Murdoch took over as the new coach in 1989-90, and the team perked up once again. It rebounded to 85 points with a very work-man-like approach. In the playoffs, Winnipeg jumped out to a 3 -1 series lead over Edmonton, including Dave Ellett's double-overtime marker that for many Jets fans remains one of the team's greatest NHL moments. Jari Kurri, Mark Messier and company still proved too much for Winnipeg in seven games and the Oilers marched on to the Stanley Cup.
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