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Grading Jets Defense Following Trades For Brenden Dillon, Nate Schmidt

Winnipeg Jets general manager, Kevin Cheveldayoff, entered the treacherous waters of the 2021 off-season with a long to-do list, and since the Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft and NHL Entry Draft are now done, Cheveldayoff could turn his attention to improving his team’s defense. Despite 2019-20 Vezina Trophy winner, Connor Hellebuyck’s skills between the pipes, the…

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Report: Jets Re-Sign G Eric Comrie to One-Year Deal

Did you think the Winnipeg Jets were finished making moves? Hopefully not, because general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff is at it again as the team has re-signed goaltender Eric Comrie, who was slated to become an unrestricted free agent. According to Darren Dreger of TSN, the Jets have brought back Comrie, 26, on a one-year deal…

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Jets Acquire D Brenden Dillon From Capitals

Looking to improve the blue line, the Winnipeg Jets have made a fairly significant splash on the trade market, acquiring veteran Brenden Dillon from the Washington Capitals. In total, the Jets will receive Dillon, 30, and will send two second-round picks (2022 and 2023) to the Capitals. #NHLJets acquire Brenden Dillion from the Washington Capitals….

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Jets Re-Sign UFA Paul Stastny to One-Year Contract Extension

With free-agent frenzy slated to open Wednesday morning, the Winnipeg Jets have decided to retain one of their eight unrestricted free agents as they’ve re-signed veteran Paul Stastny to a one-year contract extension. In an official announcement, the Jets have announced that Stastny, 35, has agreed to a new one-year deal that’ll pay him $3.75…

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Jets Tender Qualifying Offers to Four RFAs

Facing a 4 pm CT deadline to tender restricted free agents, the Winnipeg Jets announced they’ve issued qualifying offers to four skaters, preventing them from becoming unrestricted free agents when the signing period opens Wednesday morning. In total, the club has tendered forward Andrew Copp and defensemen Neal Pionk, Logan Stanley and Johnathan Kovacevic. TRANSACTIONS:…

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Jets Mailbag Version 6: What’s Chaz Lucius’ Ceiling? Who Should Backup Connor Hellebuyck Next Season? Do the Jets Need to Acquire Multiple Right-Handers This Off-Season?

The Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft and the 2021 NHL Draft are both in the rear-view mirror, however, free-agent frenzy is just around the corner and is slated to open Wednesday at 11 am CT – who’s ready to watch a day-long signing show? With eight unrestricted free agents expected to hit the open market, according…

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2021 NHL Draft: Jets Selections From Rounds 2-7

Following Day One of this year’s NHL Draft, the Winnipeg Jets entered the second part of this event with just three selections through the final six rounds, including picks No. 50, 82 and 146. While general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff could’ve decided to trade back into the draft, potentially in the sixth or seventh round, he…

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Jets Select Chaz Lucius at 18th Overall During 2021 NHL Draft

With the opening round of the 2021 NHL Draft underway, the Winnipeg Jets have selected forward Chaz Lucius from USA Hockey with the 18th overall selection. Introducing the newest member of your #NHLJets… CHAZ LUCIUS!🎉 Picked at 18th overall in the 2021 #NHLDraft! pic.twitter.com/ZH4smd0WRu — Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) July 24, 2021 According to FC Hockey,…

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Jets Release 2021-22 Regular Season Schedule

The 2021-22 season is still several months away, although it’s certainly not too early to begin planning for next season as the Winnipeg Jets have released their schedule for the upcoming campaign. MARK YOUR CALENDARS! 📅#NHLJets announce 2021-2022 regular season schedule! DETAILS: https://t.co/h6WjM0QgOq pic.twitter.com/Z1K4qfIRus — Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) July 22, 2021 The Jets will open…

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Jets Roster Outlook: Post Expansion Draft Edition

The Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft has come and gone, however, the off-season is still far from over. In fact, the craziness has likely only just begun and these next couple of months will probably include plenty more interesting storylines across the entire league. With approximately $20.56 million in projected cap space for next season, according…

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