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Should the Jets re-sign Laurent Brossoit this offseason?

After the Winnipeg Jets relied heavily on their goaltender position this past season, should they invest in another high-profiled netminder? Or would it make sense to just bring Laurent Brossoit back for a third season in blue and white? With defensemen Jacob Trouba and Tyler Myers departing during the 2019 offseason, along with Dustin Byfuglien…

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Who could the Jets acquire if they trade Patrik Laine?

Patrik Laine is probably the most valuable player on the Winnipeg Jets, in terms of pure return potential in the event of a trade. Normally, trading a 22-year-old offensive powerhouse would be completely off the table. But considering the off-balance nature of this Jets roster, trading the former second-overall pick might be the quickest way…

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Could Patrik Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers be on the move this offseason?

Following a disappointing end to the 2020 playoffs, the Winnipeg Jets will likely be looking to make some major changes to its roster this offseason and a few of those moves could involve trading two former first-round selections. According to Frank Seravalli of TSN, the Jets could potentially trade Patrik Laine and possibly Nikolaj Ehlers…

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5 UFAs the Jets could target this offseason

Getting bounced out of the qualifying round showed that the Winnipeg Jets need some upgrades in the depth chart. The forward combination of Patrik Laine, Blake Wheeler, Mark Scheifele, Kyle Connor and Nikolaj Ehlers is very solid, but after the roster starts looking a little thin. Especially on defence.

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Flames vs Jets 08/06/20 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Winnipeg Jets will have to buck some moneyline trends to keep their season alive. The Jets are the +140 underdog while the Calgary Flames are a -160 favourite with a 5.5-goal total on the NHL odds for Thursday at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. The Jets are 4-11 in…

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Winnipeg Jets fall to Calgary Flames 6-2 in game three

The Winnipeg Jets came out strong, but a solid first 10 minutes of the game wasn’t enough for them to beat the Calgary Flames. When it was all said and done, too many defensive zone lapses — and an ability to muster much in the offensive zone — ended Winnipeg’s night before it even really…