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Janesville Jets
Janesville Jets logo
City: Janesville, Wisconsin
League: North American Hockey League
Division: North Division
Founded: 2009
Home Arena: Janesville Ice Arena
Colors: Blue, gold, red
Owner(s): Wisconsin Hockey Partners, LLC (Bill McCoshen, Mark Cullen, Stephen B. King, William Kennedy, Tobin Ryan, Eric P. Peterson, & Joe Pavelski)
Head Coach: Joe Dibble
Franchise history
2009-Present: Janesville Jets

The Janesville Jets are a Tier II Junior A ice hockey team in the North American Hockey League that began play in the 2009-10 season. Based in Janesville, Wisconsin, their home games are played at the Janesville Ice Arena.

The Jets name was chosen by a name-the-team contest on its temporary website. Choices were Jackals, Jaguars, Jayhawks, Jets, and Juggernauts. Voting continued until May 31, and the Jets name and logo was announced on June 5.

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Season-by-season recordsEdit

Season GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
2009–10 58 29 23 6 64 169 172 1,113 3rd, Central Lost 1st Round, 0-3 vs. Traverse City North Stars
2010–11 58 35 19 4 74 170 121 938 4th, North Lost Div. Semifinals, 2-3 vs. St. Louis Bandits
2011–12 60 37 18 5 79 174 134 780 2nd, MidWest Lost Div. Semifinals, 2-3 vs. Springfield Jr. Blues
2012–13 60 23 27 10 56 159 181 904 7th, North Did not qualify
2013–14 60 32 24 4 68 171 174 969 3rd, North Lost Div. Semifinals, 2-3 vs. Michigan Warriors
2014–15 60 49 9 2 100 215 114 867 1st of 6, North
1st of 24, NAHL
Won 1st Round, 3-0 vs. Michigan Warriors
Won Quarterfinals, 3-1 vs. Soo Eagles
Lost Semifinals, 0-2 vs. Minnesota Wilderness
2015–16 60 35 18 7 77 181 150 810 2nd of 6, Midwest
5th of 22, NAHL
Lost Div. Semifinals, 1-3 vs. Minnesota Wilderness

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