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Winter Cold Breaks Records With Another Storm On the Way

TIME

Relentless, teeth-chattering, record-shattering cold gripped the eastern United States on Friday as the next winter storm threatened to make an icy, snowy mess out of the weekend for tens of millions of people.

Flint, Michigan, dipped to 25 degrees below zero, tying the record for the coldest morning there since records were established in 1921. Philadelphia, Washington and Lexington, Kentucky, had their coldest morning in two decades.

Elsewhere, from Maine to Florida, temperatures were as much as 40 degrees lower than normal. Forecasters said it might turn out to be the coldest air of the entire winter.

Cleveland recorded its lowest temperature on…

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The Jets should probably knock it off with all the penalties

ProHockeyTalk

The NHL’s least disciplined team was at it again last night in Washington, where the Winnipeg Jets surrendered three power-play goals to the Capitals in a 5-1 loss.

“We just let their power play have way too many opportunities,” Jets forward Andrew Ladd said, per the Associated Press. “Every time we got something going we ended up in the box.”

Winnipeg has played shorthanded a league-leading 247 times this season. That’s 42 more times than any other team, and an eye-popping 123 times more than the ultra-disciplined Calgary Flames.

If the Jets were great penalty killers, all those trips to the box wouldn’t hurt them so much. But the Jets aren’t great penalty killers, and the 49 power-play goals they’ve allowed is proof. In their last four games, they’ve allowed nine.

At the very least, against the Capitals, they could’ve taken some intimidation-type penalties, in line with the big, bad reputation they’ve embraced.

“We stopped…

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