Winnipeg Jets

One of the biggest stories of the NHL offseason had to have been the status of Patrik Laine. The Winnipeg Jets have themselves a superstar in the Finnish sniper and have to make a decision that could change the future of the franchise. So what do the Jets do with the potential Maurice Rocket Richard
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The Winnipeg Jets have always been a bit of an odd bunch in the aesthetics department. Their World Hockey Association days saw them change their uniforms nearly every single year. Once they reached the National Hockey League, they wore a stolen jersey template for an entire decade. The return of the Jets to Winnipeg in
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the status of talks between the Boston Bruins and Zdeno Chara. Are the Bruins actually interested more in another defenseman? In Winnipeg, reports are that Jack Roslovic has officially asked for a trade. The Edmonton Oilers have brought in two players for PTOs and one might
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The Calgary Flames will face a familiar opponent on Jan. 14th, 2021, as they’ll do battle with the Jets in Winnipeg. The Flames haven’t won a regular season-opening game in 10 seasons, but the Jets pose as a wonderful match-up opportunity in terms of animosity between the two organizations. The teams are fresh off of
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The Jets 1.0 had many notable stars who played the bulk or a big chunk of their careers in Winnipeg, such as Randy Carlyle, Dale Hawerchuk, Paul MacLean, Teppo Numminen, and Thomas Steen. Related: Top 5 Winnipeg Jets 1.0 Draft Picks of All Time Those players are synonymous with the Jets. However, the Jets also
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Plans for the upcoming NHL season have been unclear at best, with no concrete solution in sight. However, one exciting possibility is an all-Canadian Division, which would not only adhere to return-to-play protocols, but could also provide an intriguing spark to hockey as a whole. Drawing the division itself is quite simple. Teams that are,
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The Winnipeg Jets will look to go into the 2020-21 season with a better record than the previous year. They finished 2019-20 with a respectable 37-28-6 record, but will need to be better given the roster that they have. They have one of the best top-six forward groups in the league with players such as
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Unlike the common bird itself, former Atlanta Thrashers are a fading breed. Winnipeg Jets’ defenseman Dustin Byfuglien’s contract was officially terminated, and it’s highly unlikely the big blueliner — who decided on the eve of training camp back in September that he did not want to play in 2019-20 — will ever skate in an
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If and when 2020-21 NHL training camps get underway, the most hotly competitive battle at the Winnipeg Jets’ camp will be for a left-side slot on their defense corp. Josh Morrissey is obviously their top-pairing left-shot defenseman, but after him, the depth chart is rather murky, with six players in the mix for two spots.
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As the offseason draws on, the Winnipeg Jets continue to retool and restructure their lineup in anticipation of hockey’s return, whenever that may be. While they have made some meaningful transactions that seem poised to pay off down the road, one big question still looms large over the organization. That question being the mystery surrounding
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