December 17 2015 10:51AM
The Winnipeg Jets' General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff has some big decisions up ahead. The Jets currently sit tied for 2nd last in the Western Conference and last in the Central Division. They have two huge pending free agents with Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien, while they also have a major part of their future looking for raises with Mark Scheifele and Jacob Trouba.
Well, we've decided to help out Chevy make some of these decisions with a series of investigations on the Jets. We'll take a look on where the Jets are and where they could be.
We'll start our series with a breakdown on how the Jets' roster compares against playoff teams.
December 17 2015 10:21AM
Yesterday it was reported that the Jets re-assigned Adam Lowry to the Manitoba Moose. This left the Jets with eleven forwards on their roster and a game coming up on the following Friday. The Jets did not call up any of their forwards with the Moose having a game on the Wednesday and Thursday.
With not wanting the call-up to play three games in three days, the Jets called up Matt Halischuk and Joel Armia, as reported by the Winnipeg Jets website.
December 16 2015 11:58AM
In what was a bit of a shocking move, the Winnipeg Jets have decided to assign Adam Lowry to the Manitoba Moose as reported by the Jets' website.
This has come as a surprise to many, although we have previously noted that Lowry had been struggling relative to last year more than any other Jet.
December 16 2015 08:37AM
Kyle Connor showed the Team USA brass what they missed out on this weekend, scoring 5 goals and 1 assist over two games against the University of Minnesota. Connor netted a hat trick and added an assist on Friday night, and followed that up with a 2-goal performance on Saturday.
Connor has now totalled 22 points (11 goals, 11 assists) in 15 games in his first NCAA season.
See highlights of the weekend after the jump!
December 15 2015 10:57PM
The Winnipeg Jets scored three even-strength goals while out-shooting the St. Louis Blues 36-26, got production from their bottom-six, and only trailed on the scoreboard for a total of 3:44 in the entire game.
Yet, they still found a way to lose.