Time For Scheifele To Make His Mark

Jeremy Wiebe
October 08 2015 09:00AM

When the Winnipeg Jets entered the NHL in 2011, the organization was going to use the draft and develop method to build the team. It makes perfect sense for two reasons. Winnipeg will never be a "go-to" destination for free agents and the revenue generated by True North is limited compared to big markets like New York, Chicago and Toronto. (I know, there is a salary cap but the Jets will never max out on the cap. Small market doesn't allow maximum use of cap.)

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Jets Lines Preview: The second line contains a ton of offensive upside

Garret Hohl
October 07 2015 12:09PM

The regular season is just over the horizon. Most teams have made the final touches to their roster and practicing in the lines we'll see for the start of the season.

The Winnipeg Jets are one such team with their opening roster's lines looking set, provided injuries do not change things.

We'll preview the season by looking at some of the lines for the Jets, next up comes the Jets 2nd line.

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Cheveldayoff on Jets philosophy: "We don't worry about keeping up with the Joneses"

Thomas Drance
October 07 2015 10:46AM

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It's opening night the NHL. The long summer is over. 

On Thursday night the Winnipeg Jets will open the 2015-16 campaign on Thursday night in Boston, against the once-mighty Bruins. The Bruins, a team that spends to the salary cap every year, are in something of a transitional phase (to put it kindly). The Jets meanwhile, well, despite making their first playoff appearance since the great relocation, appear content to keep on, keeping on. And that means building patiently, slowly and from within.

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Jets Lines Preview: Why Stafford with Lowry and Burmistrov just makes sense

Garret Hohl
October 06 2015 02:05PM

The regular season is just over the horizon. Most teams have made the final touches to their roster and practicing in the lines we'll see for the start of the season.

The Winnipeg Jets are one such team with their opening roster's lines looking set, provided injuries do not change things.

We'll preview the season by looking at some of the lines for the Jets, next up comes the Jets 3rd line.

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Report: Jets sign Thomas Raffl and assign to Manitoba Moose

Garret Hohl
October 06 2015 12:56PM

The Winnipeg Jets have announced the signing of Austrian Thomas Raffl to a one-way contract of 575,00 dollars.

Thomas has be assigned to the Manitoba Moose, and will not require waivers due to being his first season on contract.

The cut brings down the Winnipeg Jets training camp roster from 24 to 23 (excluding Grant Clitsome who will be placed on IR).

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