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Jets Re-Sign Laurent Brossoit To A One Year Deal

The Winnipeg Jets have signed goaltender Laurent Brossoit to a one year deal worth $1,225,000. The deal essentially takes care of the team’s goaltending situation going into the 2019-20 season with Connor Hellebuyck as the incumbent starter and Brossoit having proven himself to be a strong backup option.

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Three Lessons The Jets Can Learn From The Blues Playoff Run

When their season ended prematurely, it’s likely the last thing many of the Winnipeg Jets wanted to do was watch or even think of hockey for the next handful of weeks – the lack of any Jets going to the World Championships would be a great indication of that. But hopefully some members of the…

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WWYDW: Why Not KEEP Jacob Trouba?

A lot has been made and speculated of Jacob Trouba’s seemingly inevitable exit from Winnipeg. How badly does he want out of Winnipeg? Does he want to play in a Canadian market at all, or does he have his sights firmly placed towards America? What if the Jets hang on to him for one more…

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40 Years Ago: Jets Claim Avco Cup In Last WHA Game Ever

Forty years ago this week, hockey history was forever etched in the city of Winnipeg as on May 20, 1979, the Winnipeg Jets won the last ever World Hockey Association game played as they claimed their third WHA Championship in game six of the Avco Cup Finals by defeating the Edmonton Oilers 7-3.

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Jacob Trouba #2 On TSN’s “Trade Bait” List

In case you had any misconceptions that the talk of the Jets trading Jacob Trouba had very little merit, TSN’s Frank Seravalli’s first edition of his 2019 spring “trade bait” board is just more proof that there is at least a little bit of fire to go with all the smoke we’ve been seeing as…

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The Time Is Right For The Jets To Trade A ‘Tender

The Winnipeg Jets as an organization have a crowded crease. We obviously have Hellebuyck as the unquestioned number one goalie in Winnipeg. Laurent Brossoit has established himself as a strong number two for next season, but his restreicted free agent status does make things a bit murky. With Eric Comrie (also an RFA) turning 24…

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WWYDW: Should The Jets Trade For More 2019 Draft Picks?

Day one of the two day NHL draft is set for June 21, but unless something changes the Jets draft action won’t start until the second day and it will be very light action to say the least. Winnipeg is set to just have one selection available – the 51st in round two – within…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Andrew Copp

You might not have noticed it, but Andrew Copp took a few more steps forward as being someone whom the Jets can rely on to center a third or maybe even second line. With a new contract due this summer and at the ripe age of 25 this fall, this past season could be one…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Adam Lowry

Our logbook series continues today with a look at Adam Lowry who has established himself as a strong defensive forward that can help make other players around him better to a degree, but going forward into next season could maybe use a little bit of help of his own.

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JetsNation Picks The 2019 Conference Winners

In the second round of the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs, we got a little bit more of reliable results as only one of the four upstart wild card teams managed to keep their dancing shoes on and move on to the third round, but that didn’t matter for most of our picks as we came…

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The 2019 JN End Of Season Survey: Trade Trouba

Last week we asked you to answer a handful of questions about the Winnipeg Jets, both in the season that has just passed and the critical summer to come. While other online polls an surveys asked mostly straight up yes or no questions, we wanted to go a bit deeper.