|League||North American Hockey League|
|Home arena||Janesville Ice Arena|
|Colors||Navy blue, Vegas gold, maroon|
|Owner(s)||Wisconsin Hockey Partners, LLC (Bill McCoshen, Mark Cullen, David Cullen, Stephen B. King, William Kennedy, Tobin Ryan, & Joe Pavelski)|
|General manager||Joe Dibble|
|Head coach||Parker Burgess|
|Affiliates||Oregon Tradesmen (NA3HL)|
The Jets name was chosen by a name-the-team contest. Choices were Jackals, Jaguars, Jayhawks, Jets, and Juggernauts, having been whittled down from over 200 original submissions. The Jets name and logo were announced on June 5, 2009, with "Jets" taking 35% of the vote. The name is the name as a previous Janesville hockey team, which played in the former Continental Hockey League in the 1981–82 season. The logo was designed by Tony DiNicola and Christy Kapellen.
The first home game of the 2010–11 season on October 9 was against the Chicago Hitmen. In the 2011–12 season, the Jets were moved from the North Division to a newly formed Midwest Division, along with the St. Louis Bandits and Springfield Jr. Blues.
The Jets unveiled new uniforms for the 2014–15 season, featuring a home gold jersey. In the regular season the Jets set NAHL records for total wins (49), total points (100), and fewest goals against (114). Additionally, forward Zach LaValle set the franchise record for individual scoring. In the postseason, the Jets defeated the Michigan Warriors and the Soo Eagles to capture the North Division title before losing to the eventual Robertson Cup Champions, the Minnesota Wilderness.
In the summer of 2015, the NAHL's divisional realignment moved the Jets into the Midwest Division, joining the Fairbanks Ice Dogs, Kenai River Brown Bears, Minnesota Wilderness, Coulee Region Chill, and the Springfield Jr. Blues.
The Jets finished in second place in the Midwest Division in 2015–16. The team was defeated in the playoffs by the Minnesota Wilderness.
|2009–10||58||29||23||6||64||169||172||1,113||3rd, Central||Lost First 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|
|2016–17||60||42||13||5||89||224||153||1059||1st of 6, Midwest
3rd of 24, NAHL
|Won Div. Semifinals, 3–0 vs. Coulee Region Chill|
Won Div. Finals, 3–1 vs. Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Lost Robertson Cup Semifinals, 0–2 vs. Lone Star Brahmas
|2017–18||60||38||13||9||85||181||140||856||2nd of 6, Midwest
5th of 23, NAHL
|Won Div. Semifinals, 3–0 vs. Springfield Jr. Blues|
Lost Div. Finals, 2–3 vs. Fairbanks Ice Dogs
|2018–19||60||29||25||6||64||153||186||973||4th of 6, Midwest
14th of 24, NAHL
|Lost Div. Semifinals, 0–3 vs. Fairbanks Ice Dogs|
|2019–20||52||24||26||2||50||149||181||670||5th of 6, Midwest
17th of 26, NAHL
|2020–21||48||31||13||4||66||183||144||628||1st of 5, Midwest
8th of 23, NAHL
|Lost Div. Semifinals, 1–3 vs. Kenai River Brown Bears|
Janesville Jets (1981–82)
- "Jets announce coaching change". NAHL. June 8, 2020.
- "Jets touch down in Janesville". NAHL. June 5, 2009.
- "Janesville Jets Announce 2010-11 Regular Season NAHL Schedule". OurSportCentral. July 11, 2010.
- Savage, Brendan (June 2, 2011). "Michigan Warriors remain in North after NAHL realigns divisions". mlive.com.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-05-31. Retrieved 2016-05-18.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- "Janesville Jets Statistics and History [CnHL]". hockeydb.com. Retrieved 2018-04-22.