WWYDW: What To Do With the Moose

July 06 2016 04:29PM

Welcome to this week's version of What Would You Do Wednesday where you are asked a question and debate among yourselves what the answer is. Unfortunately, the only prize you will receive will be the most Twitter mentions.  

For this week's What Would You Do Wednesday, I am posing the question, does the Manitoba Moose need to be addressed to be made more competitive, if it will aid in prospect development?

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Winnipeg Jets sign Patrik Laine to ELC

Garret Hohl
July 03 2016 02:27PM

The Winnipeg Jets started their Development Camp with a bang, signing Patrik Laine to a three-year Entry Level Contract with a AAV of 3.575. The Finnish winger was the second overall selection in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

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Winnipeg Jets hire Jamie Kompon to assistant coach position

Garret Hohl
July 02 2016 04:39PM

The Winnipeg Jets announced the hiring of Jamie Kompon to the position of Assistant Coach. Kompon will work with fellow assistant coach Charlie Huddy, and under the supervision of Paul Maurice.

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Jets sign Julian Melchiori to a two-year, two-way contract

Garret Hohl
July 02 2016 08:52AM

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The Winnipeg Jets announced Julian Melchiori has been re-signed to a two-way, two-year contract with a NHL AAV of $625,000. The 24-year-old has played for the Jets' farm team now for four seasons.

Let's take a look at Melchiori.

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Jets sign goalie prospect Jamie Phillips to ELC

Garret Hohl
July 02 2016 08:31AM

Video courtesy of Jets Nation's own Anthony Lenting.

The Winnipeg Jets have signed goalie prospect Jamie Phillips to an Entry Level Contract. Sources have not opened to Jets Nation with the AAV of the signing. The contract will be two-way with two years of term as set by the CBA for 23-year-old players signing their first NHL contract. 

Addendum: Contract information has since been released by the Winnipeg Jets and the NHL AAV will be $675,000.

Let's take a look at Phillips.

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