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What happened to him? – Nik Antropov

Let’s tell the story of Nik Antropov. We are beginning our first post on a specific player in our “what happened to him” series. This series is meant to look back at the first Winnipeg Jets team in 2011-12 and figure out what happened to each player. This was inspired by Blake Wheeler being the…

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What happened to them? – The roster

Welcome to part two of our “what happened to him” series where we look back at the last Thrashers squad and the very first Jets 2.0 team to figure out what happened to each player. This was inspired by having Blake Wheeler as the only active player who played in Atlanta and is still with…

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What happened to them? – The Transition

This is the beginning of our series entitled “What happened to him?” where we go back in time to the initial Winnipeg Jets roster in 2011. The point of the series is to examine each player from the first season and see what happened to their careers. This idea came from the fact that Blake…

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Blake Wheeler: Last Man Standing

It’s been nearly a decade since the Atlanta Thrashers last played a game and there is only one active player still playing with the team. Blake Wheeler has been with the franchise through it all and he’s set to become the last remaining player from the Atlanta team which relocated in 2011. Of course, this…

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Winnipeg Jets Unveil Reverse Retro Jersey

The big news today was the release of the new Adidas Reverse Retro jerseys across the NHL. The Jets version featured a mostly grey body with the throwback logo crest along with blue and navy accents. WPG x RR x '79 adidas #ReverseRetro jerseys – now available for preorder at True North Shop! pic.twitter.com/hK1VO6mC5e —…

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Re-visiting Chevy’s Off-season Checklist

It’s been two months since we first provided the roadmap for Kevin Cheveldayoff’s 2020 off-season. After a flurry of activity around the draft and free agency, the Jets are likely done with their major moves and are only a Roslovic contract away from having a respectable opening day roster. Barring a surprise trade, the Jets…

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Jets Sign Jansen Harkins For Two Years

The Winnipeg Jets have signed Jansen Harkins to a new two-year contract with an average annual value of $725,000. #NHLJets have agreed to terms with forward Jansen Harkins on a two-year contract with an average annual value of $725,000. DETAILS: https://t.co/F1Pak03cec — Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) October 27, 2020 Another RFA is off the board with…

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Laine Trade Could Be ‘Mutually Beneficial’

Just as the recent Laine rumours started to slow down, things picked up again this evening as the TSN Insiders had some new information. It was Pierre LeBrun reporting details that he had received from both Laine’s agents and Jets GM, Kevin Cheveldayoff. If you haven’t had a chance, take a listen and continue on…

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Jets Make Trio of Depth Signings

Cheveldayoff continued his busy week as he signed multiple new contracts on Saturday. The day started with the most important signing of the three as centerman Nate Thompson signed a one year contract with the team. #NHLJets have agreed to terms with forward Nate Thompson on a one-year contract with an average annual value of…

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Jets Sign Appleton to Two Year Deal

Kevin Cheveldayoff doesn’t take a break. After a number of moves made during the day, he followed it up by signing Mason Appleton to a two-year contract worth 900k per year. #NHLJets have agreed to terms with forward Mason Appleton on a two-year contract with an average annual value of $900,000. DETAILS ➡ https://t.co/Ek4cgFmmwE —…

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Bryan Little Out For The Season

After a wild day of signings, trades, and non-stop hockey headlines, there was some bittersweet news as the day came to a close. Cheveldayoff was talking to the media and the talk turned to Bryan Little. The official news is that Little has been recommended by doctors to not play hockey this upcoming season. "The…

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Winnipeg Jets Select Cole Perfetti 10th Overall

The Winnipeg Jets have selected Cole Perfetti with the 10th overall pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. Introducing the newest member of your #NHLJets… COLE PERFETTI! 🎉 Picked at 10th overall in the 2020 #NHLDraft! pic.twitter.com/5T0h3EFY5K — Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) October 7, 2020 In classy, Winnipeg style, the Jets allowed Crystal Hawerchuk to say…