WWYDW: Barrie big Trouba

Jeff Veillette
July 27 2016 01:26PM

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Jacob Trouba still hasn't signed yet, and to some, that's a little bit concerning. After all, most teams across the league have already locked up the bulk of their Restricted Free Agents and are more or less ready to go for next year.

But some have suspected that the Jets are looking for a comparable, and they might get one this week in Tyson Barrie.

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How could the Jets top 4 lines look?

Jacob Stoller
July 25 2016 10:09AM

While training camp isn't as close as hockey fans would like, Winnipeg Jet fans should buckle up for an exciting training camp. There are many possible training camp battles that could ensue when fall rolls around, especially with the teams forwards. The teams top six is pretty set, but the bottom six is where things get interesting. 

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
July 22 2016 05:00AM


Leafs stop making Matthews wait, Toronto offer could have given Stamkos highest cap hit, Canucks reportedly have interest in Evander Kane, can ice time make the Brouwer contract worth it, all Chiarelli and Puljujarvi in Edmonton, analytics not as clear cut as people may think, the best and worst NHL jerseys, Tyson Barrie watch, Brad Richards retires and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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Winnipeg Jets sign Brandon Tanev to a One-Year, Two-Way contract

Garret Hohl
July 21 2016 01:45PM

The Winnipeg Jets have signed Brandon Tanev to a one-year, two-way contract for the 2016-17 season. Tanev was signed last season as a college free-agent, which was broken here at Jets Nation.

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What does the Jack Roslovic signing mean?

Jacob Stoller
July 21 2016 10:47AM

The Winnipeg Jets inked 2015 first round pick Jack Roslovic to a three year entry level contract on Monday. Roslovic played his past season for the Miami-Ohio Redhawks and with him signed to an entry level contract, his NCCA eligibility is gone and now it's up in the air where he suits up next fall. Roslovic has three possible places he could be assigned. He could be sent to the OHL and play for the London Knights, the team that holds his junior rights. He could be assigned to the Manitoba Moose to start his pro career in the AHL or he could even make the jump straight to the NHL and suit up for the Winnipeg Jets right out of the gate.

Which is likely the best fit for Roslovic and the most realistic assignment for him? 

( Note: This is all pure speculation. We have to see the way Roslovic preforms at training camp, until then, this is all a guessing game, but why not talk about it? ) 

Lets examine all the possibilities.

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