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Recapping The 2018 Draft With GIFs

I personally am not a big fan of grading a draft in any sport – especially within the 24 hours of said draft – so if you’re looking for grades, I’m sorry but I can’t do that. (I will however have some links below to other people’s grades with some comments of my own, so…

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Jets Just Miss Out On Awards

Once again the Winnipeg Jets came up frustratingly on the short end of a desired result in Las Vegas. Three Jets were named finalists for the annual NHL awards that were handed out Wednesday night, but two finished second in voting (the Mark Messier award doesn’t get voted on) and two more Jets also picked…

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WWYDW: Do You Draft For Need Or Best Available?

When it comes to the first handful of picks in the NHL Entry Draft, you’d have to be crazy not to pick the best available kids at the spot you’re up at. In 2016, the Winnipeg Jets had a pretty nice collection of good, young talented forwards already and likely needed to add to their…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Tobias Enstrom

One year after bailing the Winnipeg Jets out of a massive jam at the Expansion Draft by waiving his No Movement Clause which helped GM Kevin Cheveldayoff protect as many young players as possible, Tobias Enstrom ended the toughest season of his professional career – and all but likely his 11 years as a member…

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Winnipeg Jets Draft Retrospectives: 2014

The Winnipeg Jets this coming weekend will enter their eighth draft since their flight north from Atlanta. The club has just come off their most successful NHL season ever, a season that was built largely on the concept of “draft and develop” which has had it’s critics over the years but has turned out to…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Andrew Copp

Today in our logbook series, we look at forward Andrew Copp who signed a two year deal this past summer and then saw his game improve in a couple of different areas as he became a dependable bottom six forward for the Jets.

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Winnipeg Jets Draft Retrospectives: 2013

The Winnipeg Jets this coming weekend will enter their eighth draft since their flight north from Atlanta. The club has just come off their most successful NHL season ever, a season that was built largely on the concept of “draft and develop” which has had it’s critics over the years but has turned out to…

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Winnipeg Jets Draft Retrospectives: 2012

The Winnipeg Jets this coming weekend will enter their eighth draft since their flight north from Atlanta. The club has just come off their most successful NHL season ever, a season that was built largely on the concept of “draft and develop” which has had it’s critics over the years but has turned out to…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Marko Dano

Today’s Logbook looks at Marko Dano, a forward who was part of the Andrew Ladd trade with Chicago and was a highly thought of prospect, but hasn’t been able to properly crack the Jets NHL lineup.

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Winnipeg Jets Draft Retrospectives: 2011

The Winnipeg Jets this coming weekend will enter their eighth draft since their flight north from Atlanta. The club has just come off their most successful NHL season ever, a season that was built largely on the concept of “draft and develop” which has had it’s critics over the years but has turned out to…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Josh Morrissey

It’s a bit misleading to suggest that Josh Morrissey along with Jacob Trouba makes up the top defensive pairing for the Winnipeg Jets, but they aren’t far off from it and it’s very possible next season they assume full control of that role as Tobias Enstrom departs the Jets and both Morrissey and Trouba continue…