When the Arizona Coyotes selected Adin Hill as their 76th pick in the 2015 NHL Draft some would argue they saw their future No. 1 goalie. The 23-year-old Calgary native building a young core is something the club has been focused on and this has certainly been showcased each year at the draft.   Is Hill
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By The Canadian Press September 28th, 2019 WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets have solidified their roster in time for the regular season by re-signing their last key restricted free agent. The Jets announced on Saturday that they have signed forward Kyle Connor to a seven-year, $50-million deal — one day after inking fellow RFA Patrik Laine to a new contract.   Connors’ deal
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Sep 27, 2019 The Winnipeg Jets and right winger Patrik Laine have agreed to a two-year, $13.5 million contract, the team announced. Laine, who was a restricted free agent, was on pace for superstardom and a huge payday after two seasons in the league. But last season raised some questions. The 21-year-old had 36 goals
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Wolves coach Rocky Thompson tells his players if they concern themselves with the present, future opportunities will come their way. They can’t focus their energy on the NHL, just the present and getting better if and when they get called to the next level. That also holds for Thompson himself. “I approach it the same.
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For today’s NHL rumors, there is news out of Toronto surrounding Auston Matthews and Taylor Hall has downplayed the progress of an extension with the New Jersey Devils. Plus, will the Pittsburgh Penguins move a goaltender to get under the salary cap? Are the Montreal Canadiens looking to move a forward? And finally, how does
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If you were to describe the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 2018-19 regular season in one word, that word would be fun. There was something special about that team, as they could be down by two or three goals, then just flip a switch and score five straight to win. Simply put, almost every game was competitive,
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At Detroit, Jeremy Bracco scored the only goal in a three-round shootout in Toronto’s victory over Detroit. After Detroit’s Evgeny Svechnikov opened the shootout with a miss, Bracco fired a snap shot Jonathan Bernier for the deciding goal. WATCH: Jeremy Bracco scores lone shootout goal Jeremy Bracco scored the lone shootout goal to vault the
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The Winnipeg Jets – like all teams in the NHL – have had their fair share of good and bad contracts over the years. In this article, we are going to take a deeper look at the three worst contracts on the Winnipeg Jets. Related: Winnipeg Jets’ 3 Best Contracts This list is for current
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Jonathan Toews remembers the celebrations, the parades and the parties. Hoisting the Stanley Cup meant cherished moments with teammates, family and friends — memories that will never fade. The only downside? Short summers that had the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks right into another season before he could blink. “At some point, you’ve got to turn the page,” Toews said. “That was
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WINNIPEG—Patrik Laine and his bullet shot aren’t going anywhere. The restricted free agent sniper and the Jets agreed to a two-year, US$13.5-million contract on Friday. The deal comes six days before the Jets’ season opener in New York against the Rangers. The average annual value of the deal stands at $6.75 million. The 21-year-old Laine
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