Jets Nation Prospect Profile 2015: #1 Nikolaj Ehlers

Garret Hohl
September 04 2015 10:16AM


The 5'11 winger Nikolaj Ehlers first-round pick of the Winnipeg Jets 2014 NHL Entry Draft hails from Aalborg Denmark, making him the Jets first high profile European pick.

He very well may be the Jets best draft pick thus far.

We finish off our summer prospect profile series at the top of thill, #1.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
September 04 2015 06:45AM


Can the Leafs land Stamkos, trade Byfuglien or move him to forward, Giordano better with age, Brad Marchands elbow, Oilers making playoffs, projecting lineups, prospect rankings, a great scrap and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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Jets Nation Prospect Profile 2015: #2 Kyle Connor

Garret Hohl
September 03 2015 12:47PM


The 6'1 left-winger Kyle Connor has severe speed, and then some. He's also been one of the most dominant players the USHL has seen.

The Jets future looks very fast on the wings, with Nikolaj Ehlers and Kyle Connor.

We continue our summer prospect profile series, checking in at #2.

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Ted Wyman opines to trade Dustin Byfuglien or move to forward, uses terrible evidence

Garret Hohl
September 03 2015 08:27AM

Ted Wyman of the Winnipeg Sun recently opined that trading a defenceman makes sense for the Winnipeg Jets, and suggested Dustin Byfuglien be the player if they are to do so. He then says, if they do not, they should move him to forward.

And, to be honest, I do not necessarily disagree.

There are some legitimate reasons to keep Byfuglien --which we have previously discussed. There are also some legitimate reasons to trade the Big Buff as well (age, contract, Trouba).

There is not much of anything to support moving Byfuglien to forward.

Let's take a look point by point and where Wyman went wrong...

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Winnipeg Jets shake up their scouting department

Mack Irwin
September 02 2015 11:38AM

The Jets have announced several personnel changes to their scouting department on Tuesday, including the promotion of Mark Hillier to be the club's new director of amateur scouting.

The changes are a re-shuffling, rather than a re-invention, of a scouting department responsible for putting together one of the league's top prospect groups. Read more after the jump.

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