This story is part of ESPN The Magazines Oct. 31 NBA Preview Issue. Subscribe today!Jacksonville JaguarsOverall: 32 Title track: 62 Ownership: 21 Coaching: 61 Players: 45 Fan relations: 43 Affordability: 3 Stadium experience: 13 Bang for the buck: 89 Change from last year:?+32The Jaguars are making progress much quicker in the Ultimate Standings than they are on the field. The team jumped up 32 spots to No. 32 -- a significant leap considering the Jaguars went 12-36 in 2013-15 (and 24 of those losses came by double digits). Its Year 4 of the rebuild under GM Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley, and its time for all that work to begin paying off.Whats goodFor the second year in a row, the Jaguars offer the most affordable game-day experience in the NFL, even after raising the average ticket price by 3.6 percent. That number still comes in just under $60, which is reasonable considering the premium seating the Jaguars have added over the past several season (cabanas with pool access and field-level seats are two examples) as well as the newly renovated club seat areas. In addition, the price of concessions and parking still comes in below the NFL average, which makes a trip to EverBank Field one of the biggest values in sports.Whats badBut even with those cheap tickets, the team still isnt providing much value in terms of wins per dollar. The Jaguars did improve slightly in this category, thanks to five wins in 2015 (two more than the previous season), but thats as good as it has been for the franchise over the past five seasons. The Jaguars havent had a winning record since 2007 -- also the last time they made the playoffs -- and have won more than five games in a season just twice in that span (seven in 2009 and eight in 2010). 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BOSTON -- Connor Hellebuyck is experiencing a series of emotions heading into this weekend.The Winnipeg goalie posted his first shutout of the season when he blanked the Chicago Blackhawks Tuesday night -- making 27 saves for his third shutout in 38 career starts.Thursday, the tables were turned and he gave up four goals in a loss to the Philadelphia Flyers.Saturday, Hellebuyck, who played collegiately at UMass-Lowell, comes home, with the Jets facing the Boston Bruins at TD Garden.They also play Sunday at Carolina. Coach Paul Maurice says he will play both goalies -- Hellebuyck and Mike Hutchinson -- over the weekend, but you know Hellebuyck wants another shot at the Bruins. He lost to Boston 4-1 in Winnipeg Oct. 17.As far as whats happened to him this week, especially the loss, Hellebuyck told the teams website, Put it behind you and continue striving forward. Thats just how hockey goes. Theres 82 games and you cant look at one as the most important game of all. You just have to continue going forward and winning as many as possible.If Hellebuyck, 0-2 with a 4.55 goals against average and just a .829 save percentage in two games against the Bruins, plays Saturday, hell likely face Bostons Tuukka Rask, who was at the other end of the Oct. 17 Boston win. That was one of seven wins recorded by Rask before suffering his first road loss, at Minnesota, Thursday -- a 1-0 defeat on a goal with 45 seconds left.Rask, who didnt have a strong season as the Bruins missed the playoffs for a second straight year in 2015-16, is offf to a great start.dddddddddddd He is 10-2 overall, with a 1.49 goals-against average and .947 save percentage.He was great again Thursday before suffering the loss on a goal that went by him off the skate of defenseman Adam McQuaid.Hes been great, said teammate Brad Marchand. We need him to play like that if were going to be a good team. When he does, he gives us an opportunity to win every night. 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