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Winnipeg Jets Select Jared Moe & Austin Wong To Finish the Day

The Winnipeg Jets wrapped up their 2018 draft day by selecting Jared Moe & Austin Wong with their 6th and 7th round picks. Jared Moe is a 6’3″, 205 lbs, 18 year old goalie from Minnesota. Moe was ranked 97th by hockeyprospect.com and was ranked 10th among North American netminders by NHL Central Scouting. Moe…

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Winnipeg Jets Select Declan Chisholm & Giovanni Vallati in the 5th Round

The Winnipeg Jets selected Declan Chisholm 150th overall and Giovanna Vallati 153rd overall in the 5th round of the NHL Draft. The Jets were without their fourth round pick after trading it for Joe Morrow at the 2018 trade deadline. The Jets added an extra fifth round pick on March 1, 2017 when the traded…

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Winnipeg Jets Select Nathan Smith With the 91st Pick

The Winnipeg Jets select Nathan Smith with the 91st pick in the third round of the draft. Nathan Smith is a 19 year old Centre, who is 6’0″ and 174 lbs. Smith was ranked 92nd by hockeyprospect.com and 165th by Future Considerations. Smith played the 2017-18 season with Cedar Rapids RoughRiders¬† of the USHL and…

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Winnipeg Jets Select David Gustafsson With 60th Pick

The Winnipeg Jets have selected David Gustafsson with the 60th pick in the second round of the NHL Draft. Gustafsson is a 6’2″, 196lbs, Centre that spent the 2017-18 season with HV71 in the SHL. Gustafsson’s ranking was all over the map coming into the draft. Canucks Army had him listed as the 27th best…

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Do’s and Don’t’s of Draft Day

The NHL Entry Draft is right around the corner which signals the time of year where teams are letting go of the past and embracing the future. There is huge anticipation as franchises can drastically alter their future in a matter of hours with a great pick or a monumental trade. Although the spotlight will…

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Jets Nation Podcast: Draft Preview 2018

It’s the most exciting time in a young hockey player’s life. The course of their future will be guided by the selections made this weekend at the NHL entry draft in Dallas. With the main philosophy of the Winnipeg Jets being “draft and develop”, this is a key weekend for the organization. Who will they…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Paul Stastny

Paul Stastny stepped into a key role right away for the Winnipeg Jets and was an important contributor at the end of the season during the lengthy playoff run. Today’s Pilot’s Logbook will take a look at the player who made the biggest news when acquired at the NHL trade deadline.

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Pilots Logbook 17-18: Nic Petan

Today’s Pilot’s Logbook will examine the season, albeit short, that Nic Petan had for the Jets. Although Petan made the team out of training camp, he got sent down after not recording a point in only six games. He resurfaced in the month of February but couldn’t gain any traction and finished the rest of…

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Pilots Logbook 17-18: Jacob Trouba

Today’s Pilot’s Logbook¬† takes a look at Jacob Trouba who has finally found a home on the top pairing for the Jets. After a bumpy past few seasons Trouba found some consistency playing with Josh Morrissey as his partner. With a tough finish to the season, Trouba is publicly saying all the right things with…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Brandon Tanev

Brandon Tanev took a huge step forward in his second NHL season with improvements in nearly every statistical category. This career year couldn’t come at a better time for Tanev who is an RFA with arbitration rights this summer. This edition of the Pilot’s Logbook will look at how Tanev performed in his first full…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Bryan Little

The Pilot’s Logbook continues with Bryan Little who started the season by getting a big six year contract extension. He followed that up by finally playing a full 82 game season after battling injuries the last number of years. Unfortunately this durability didn’t help on the depth chart as Little got demoted at the trade…

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Jets Nation Podcast: Let The Off Season Begin!

The Stanley Cup playoffs are still going on but Winnipeg Jets fans have long turned their thoughts to next season. It looks like Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff will finally have to walk the tightrope of the salary cap for the first time since returning to Winnipeg. With many players needing contracts (Trouba, Morrissey, Lowry, Hellebuyck,…