July 06 2015 03:22PM
The Winnipeg Jets selected Jack Roslovic 25th overall. Roslovic was ranked 21st in Jets Nation, Canucks Army, and NHL Numbers prospect rankings.
Roslovic is a high skilled player who played on the USNTDP's best line, along with 2016 NHL Entry Draft superstars: Auston Matthews and Matthew Tkachuk.
Check out some highlights of Roslovic's highlights last season.
July 06 2015 11:30AM
This is a two-part series that will deal with the offseason changes and their implications on the Winnipeg Jets for next season and beyond. Part one deals with the draft.
The draft class of 2015 was considered by many experts to be one of the deepest in many years. With the likes of Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel leading the way, this year's draftees could very well change the face of the NHL for years to come.
July 03 2015 11:35AM
The club's article also mentioned that Rick St. Croix would be returning to the Winnipeg organization as the team's developmental goaltending coach. St. Croix will be in charge of working with the team's non-NHL goaltenders.
At this time, it is unknown if Dusty Imoo, who had been in that role for the Jets, is being retained or not. EDIT: Rick Ralph reported Dusty Imoo is no longer with the organization.
July 03 2015 11:17AM
The Winnipeg Jets announced today that they signed the young, physical forward of the Barrie Colts to an entry level contract. As per limitations in the CBA, the contract is a three-year, two-way deal, with an average cap hit of 1.125 million when including bonuses.
Lemieux was drafted by the the Buffalo Sabres in 2014, and joined the Jets as part of the return for Zach Bogosian, Evander Kane, and Jason Kasdorf.
July 03 2015 10:39AM
The Winnipeg Jets have added some experience to their young defensive core in the AHL.