The Roundup

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July 15 2016 05:00AM

ROUND-UP

Leaf fans losing confidence in Lou, "Mandela incident" was beginning of the end for Jonathan Bernier, how do things look for Flames headed into camp, a look at Adam Larsson in Edmonton, the NHL isn't fun, finding elite talent late in the draft, how likely are goalies to "make it" and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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Winnipeg Jets sign both Joel Armia and Adam Lowry to 2-year contracts

Garret Hohl
July 14 2016 11:06AM

The Winnipeg Jets have signed both Joel Armia and Adam Lowry to two-year deals. Joel Armia is a one-way contract with an average salary of $925,000. Adam Lowry's is a one-way contract with an average salary of $1.125 million.

Both players turned into waiver eligible players this season, so it is not surprising to see the one-way contracts.

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Why Logan Stanley could be a good player

Garret Hohl
July 12 2016 09:00AM

Yes, the Winnipeg Jets' 18th overall selection in the 2016 NHL Entry draft is a low scorer. Yes, low-scorers tend to succeed less often than high-scorers selected in the same range.

However, not all have failed and probability is not destiny. There could be more to Stanley which could make him a success.

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Winnipeg Jets sign Mark Scheifele to a 8-year contract, 6.125 AAV

Garret Hohl
July 08 2016 03:16PM

Scheifele

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The Winnipeg Jets have signed Mark Scheifele to an eight-year, one-way contract. The average salary being $6.125 million per year. The individual breakdown of the years has yet to be announced.

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Winnipeg Jets sign Brenden Kichton to a one-year, two-way contract

Garret Hohl
July 08 2016 11:02AM

The Winnipeg Jets announced on their site that the Jets have signed right-shot, offensive defenseman, Brenden Kichton, to a one-year, two-way contract. The contract has a NHL salary of $600,000 although the AHL salary has yet to be exposed.

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