Winnipeg has a wide range of professional
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers
The Blue Bombers are Winnipeg's Canadian
Football League team. Although they haven't done too well
over the last few years, the Bombers have been showing signs of
improvement. The Bombers have won several Grey Cups, the
last being in 1990 vs. the Edmonton Eskimos. With the
hiring of Lyle Bauer as GM and COO, the 2000 season should prove
to be the turning point, both on the field and
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes
The Goldeyes have always done well.
Winning the Northern League Championship in their first year,
and making the playoffs every year since their inception.
Check out their new ballpark, CanWest Global Park.
Manager Hal Lanier is the only Northern League
manager to post three consecutive 50 win seasons.
The Manitoba Moose
The Manitoba Moose are Winnipeg's
International Hockey League team.
The Moose have had some success over the last
several years, but have yet to win their first Turner Cup.
Coached by Randy Carlyle, a former player
with the Winnipeg Jets.
The Winnipeg Jets
Gone, but not forgotten, the Winnipeg Jets
were Winnipeg's NHL team. Not terribly successful in the
NHL, the Jets reigned in the WHA, winning several AVCO Cups.
Despite huge fan rallies, the Jets moved to
Phoenix, and became the Phoenix Coyotes.