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$#*! Bill Belichick saysAs New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick left the field on Sunday with his son Stephen in tow, he reportedly blurted out: “Thirty-seven points on the best defence in the league, suck my d—!” Awk. Ward. Photo: Mike Segar/Reuters

$#*! Bill Belichick says
As New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick left the field on Sunday with his son Stephen in tow, he reportedly blurted out: “Thirty-seven points on the best defence in the league, suck my d—!” Awk. Ward. Photo: Mike Segar/Reuters

So closeThe New England Patriots are right where they always expect to be: in first place in the AFC East. Photo: Ray Stubblebine/Reuters

So close
The New England Patriots are right where they always expect to be: in first place in the AFC East. Photo: Ray Stubblebine/Reuters

Face offWinnipeg Jets’ Tanner Glass fights New York Rangers’ Brandon Prust during the first period of their NHL game in Winnipeg. Photo: REUTERS/Fred Greenslade

Face off
Winnipeg Jets’ Tanner Glass fights New York Rangers’ Brandon Prust during the first period of their NHL game in Winnipeg. Photo: REUTERS/Fred Greenslade

OMBJustin Bieber is everywhere. EVERYWHERE. The singer and his girlfriend Selena Gomez watch the NHL game between the Carolina Hurricanes and Winnipeg Jets in Winnipeg. Photo: Fred Greenslade/Reuters

OMB
Justin Bieber is everywhere. EVERYWHERE. The singer and his girlfriend Selena Gomez watch the NHL game between the Carolina Hurricanes and Winnipeg Jets in Winnipeg. Photo: Fred Greenslade/Reuters

J-E-T-S!Mark Sanchez was all smiles in front of his locker for the first time in weeks, knowing exactly what this win meant for the New York Jets. “We’re back on track,” the relieved quarterback declared. Crisis averted. Season saved. Photo: Ray Stubblebine/Reuters

J-E-T-S!
Mark Sanchez was all smiles in front of his locker for the first time in weeks, knowing exactly what this win meant for the New York Jets. “We’re back on track,” the relieved quarterback declared. Crisis averted. Season saved. Photo: Ray Stubblebine/Reuters

GALLERY: Shelly Rypien, who is the mother of late NHL player Rick Rypien, drops the puck for the ceremonial face off at the Jets’ home opener on Sunday. Todd Korol/Reuters

GALLERY: Shelly Rypien, who is the mother of late NHL player Rick Rypien, drops the puck for the ceremonial face off at the Jets’ home opener on Sunday. Todd Korol/Reuters

GALLERY: A wide view of the MTS Centre during the home opener of the Winnipeg Jets. Todd Korol/Reuters

GALLERY: A wide view of the MTS Centre during the home opener of the Winnipeg Jets. Todd Korol/Reuters

GALLERY: The Jets gather at centre ice before their first home game. Todd Korol/Reuters

GALLERY: The Jets gather at centre ice before their first home game. Todd Korol/Reuters

OPENING NIGHT: We get into specifics in Day 2 of our preview, with a closer look at all the Canadian teams. Yes, it is the final countdown.

OPENING NIGHT: We get into specifics in Day 2 of our preview, with a closer look at all the Canadian teams. Yes, it is the final countdown.

Jets return a missing piece of WinnipegNot only have the Winnipeg Jets returned to fulfill the physical role of a National Hockey League team in town, it might not be a stretch to argue the Jets have returned to replace a missing piece of the city itself. Photo: Marianne Helm/Getty Images

Jets return a missing piece of Winnipeg
Not only have the Winnipeg Jets returned to fulfill the physical role of a National Hockey League team in town, it might not be a stretch to argue the Jets have returned to replace a missing piece of the city itself. Photo: Marianne Helm/Getty Images