October 04 2016 02:30PM
The waiver wire list generally only gets better and better as training camps approach their end dates, and this year is no exception. Tuesday's list features some extremely interesting players.
October 04 2016 12:30PM
As the 2016-2017 Winnipeg Jets season is about to kick off that means another season of Jets content will be up on JetsNation.ca. To keep this great site functioning as efficient as we usually do we will be seeking more writers for the upcoming season.
October 04 2016 12:06PM
The Winnipeg Jets have re-assigned 9 players to the Manitoba Moose as the Jets inch towards assembling their roster for the 2016-2017 season. Eric Comrie, Kevin Czuczman, Scott Kosmachuk, Jan Kostalek and Jack Roslovic have been re-assigned to the Manitoba Moose. Pending waivers, JC Lipon, Brendan Kichton and Quinton Howden will join them as well at Moose training camp. Winnipeg also re-assigned 2016 first round selection Logan Stanley to junior to play the year out with his OHL club, the Windsor Spitfires.
What does this all mean for the Jets?
October 04 2016 12:00PM
This article is part of a four-part series that lists all of the transactions made by each NHL team and discusses what each team’s offseason means in the context of their division. Information and data was taken from: NHL Numbers, Hockey Reference, General Fanager, Hockey Analysis, Corsica, TSN, and Rotowire. Also, a special thanks to Sean Tierney who provided data visualization for the series.
The most difficult division in hockey just got more competitive.
The Stars, Blues, and Blackhawks took a hit in free agency, but still boast the majority of their core players that made them arguably the best three teams in the West last season. The two wild card teams, the Predators and Wild, each made major steps forward, and the Jets and Avs, the two squads who didn't make the playoffs, look like they're moving in the right direction.
October 03 2016 10:39PM
It was more of the same from your Winnipeg Jets as they continued on with their pre-season against the Ottawa Senators. Sluggish play at times with some moments of brilliance sprinkled in against a visiting team that was not even quite 50% of what it's regular NHL roster will end up being.
But in the end a 4-2 win over the Sens is better than the alternative, right?