April 16, 2015 2:51 pm
Updated: April 16, 2015 8:00 pm

Where to watch the Winnipeg Jets’ NHL playoff games

Portage Avenue and Main Street is a popular gathering spot for jubilant Jets fans, but it's not the best place to actually see the game.

Christopher Stanton / Global News
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WINNIPEG – The Jets’ playoff series against the Ducks starts Thursday night in Anaheim.

Winnipeg hockey fans have waited more than 19 years to cheer for a team in the post-season.

If you are one of many fans eager to watch the Jets in playoff action, here are a few places to check out:

Park Theatre (698 Osborne St.) – Showing Thursday’s game on a huge high-definition screen with free admission. Also playing Monday’s home game.

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The Pint (274 Garry St.) – Showing all playoff games on 52-inch HD screens and DJs will be playing after all home or away games.

The Met Winnipeg (281 Donald St.) – Showing home games on Monday on a 35-foot screen with free admission.

Shannon’s Pub (175 Carlton St.) – Playoff games and drink specials.

Shark Club (233 Hargrave St.) – All TVs showing playoff games with Jets-related specials.

Club 200 (190 Garry St.) – Playoff games and specials starting Thursday.

Earls Main Street (191 Main St.) – All Jets games will be playing on big screens.

Hy’s Winnipeg (1 Lombard Place) – Games and specials available.

The Old Speghetti Factory (25 Forks Market Road) – Discounted food and drinks with playoff games.

Rudy’s Eat and Drink (375 Grahan Ave.) – Patio open for all playoff games.

The Keg (115 Garry St.) – Whiteout specials and games available.

Boston Pizza (333 St. Mary Ave.) – Showing all games with food and drink specials during playoffs.

Times Changed ( 234 Main St) – Starting by showing the first four playoff games.

Tavern United MTS (260 Hargrave St.) – Setting up a a large screen on the rooftop patio to show Jets games.

Cafe Bella and Lounge (330 York Ave.) – All playoff games will be shown.

Carbone’s Coal Fired Pizza (260 St Mary Ave) –  Screening all games with extended hours, live music on the patio accompanied by street hockey in back lane before each home game.

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