Does Corsi fail with Alexander Burmistrov?

Garret Hohl
September 24 2015 11:23AM

After a two-season hiatus in the Russian KHL when Alexander Burmistrov exercised his legal right as a free agent, the young centre has returned to the Winnipeg Jets for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 seasons.

At an average salary value of 1.55 million dollars, this was generally thought of as a positive move. Burmistrov was highly regarded for his defensive acumen at a young age and highly effective penalty killing

Burmistrov was also fairly well regarded in his ability to improve shot-metrics and post a strong Corsi rating; however, he struggled to score points.

Does this struggle mean that Corsi over values Burmistrov?

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Did the Jets Miss Out on Kris Versteeg?

September 24 2015 07:19AM

As the NHL preseason rolls on, we slowly get to see what rosters will look like as new players are brought in through trades, free agent signings, or NHL ready prospects. General managers are continually looking for ways to improve their team during this time and as a result, we hear about trade rumours.

One such rumour regarding the Winnipeg Jets popped up in Elliotte Friedman's 30 Thoughts. Thought number six reads, “Word is Winnipeg was another team taking a long look at Kris Versteeg. Not exactly sure what would go back the other way, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if something creative like injured Grant Clitsome’s contract was part of the conversation.”

Instead of being traded to the Jets, the Carolina Hurricanes ended up trading for the winger.

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Jets Nation Recap: Moose.. Errr Jets Rally Not Enough - Oilers Win 3-2

Art Middleton
September 23 2015 11:49PM


After all was said and done, that didn't turn out as bad as many of us thought it would.

Despite icing a lineup that - save for one forward line and one defensive pair - was laced with AHL level talent at best, and facing an Oilers lineup that was 75% of their expected NHL roster the Jets did relatively well.

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Jets goalies approve of new 3-on-3 overtime format

Angelo Montilla
September 23 2015 01:33PM

Connor Hellebuyck is giving the NHL's new 3-on-3 overtime format the green light.

Despite a 1-0 loss to the Minnesota Wild in the opening game of pre-season action on Tuesday night, Hellebuyck raved about the OT changes and what it means to fans.

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What Would You Do Wednesday: 3-on-3 Overtime

Vinnie Criscenzo
September 23 2015 12:10PM

Welcome to the first instalment of What Would You Do Wednesdays of the 2015-2016 season.

Today we'll be taking a look at the new 3-on-3 overtime format and what you guys thought about it.

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