February 06 2015 02:38PM
It has not been a quiet 48 hours in Winnipeg with the controversial news regarding forward Evander Kane, more on that in a bit. But tonight the Jets are back in action for a big divisional matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks for the fourth time this season. The Jets will be looking to snap a five-game losing skid at the MTS Centre.
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February 06 2015 02:30PM
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February 06 2015 02:12PM
Though Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane is set to undergo a surgical procedure to repair his damaged shoulder this weekend, the Jets are still reportedly fielding calls and looking to trade him before the March 2nd NHL Trade Deadline, according to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN and TSN.
Read on for more.
February 06 2015 10:55AM
It would seem that Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane will not be traded before the deadline as he's opted to undergo a surgical procedure to fix his injured shoulder instead, the club announced Friday:
Coach Maurice announces Kane needs surgery on his shoulder. The usual timeline for recovery is 4-6 months.— Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) February 6, 2015
Kane had been playing through a variety of ailments of late, and the injured shoulder in particular was likely to require surgery following the season, according to Winnipeg Free Press reporter Gary Lawless.
February 06 2015 10:00AM
Kane is young, good at hockey, and signed with term, a combo that GMs covet. While destiny is never certain, it does look like The Natural's days as a Jet are numbered.
UPDATE: Kane will undergo shoulder surgery and is expected to miss four-to-six months as he convalesces.
What should the Jets expect in return for the young power forward?