In a rather surprising development at the start of Winnipeg Jets Training Camp on Friday morning, it’s been announced by the club that defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has requested and granted a leave of absence from the club.
The Winnipeg Jets and defenseman Josh Morrissey have come to an agreement on a contract extension. As first reported by TSN’s Darren Dreger on Thursday morning and confirmed by the Jets minutes later the new contract extension is for eight years starting next season and has an Average Annual Value of $6.25 million.
The Winnipeg Jets have signed a restricted free agent… Just not the one of the two you were maybe hoping for. Saturday morning they announced they came to an agreement on a two year deal for 24 year old goaltender Eric Comrie. #NHLJets have agreed to terms with goaltender Eric Comrie on a two-year contract….
As September long weekend marks the end of summer, it also signals the beginning of hockey season. The Jets are kicking off the 2019-20 season with their rookie showcase as they head to Belleville to take on the youngsters of Ottawa and Montreal.
It wasn’t the signing that most fans were hoping for when the news broke about the Jets inking a new contract. No, it wasn’t Laine or Connor signing a new deal, it was veteran Gabriel Bourque. It’s a one year contract worth $700k for the winger who played 55 games for the Avalanche last season.
One thing’s for certain, the Winnipeg Jets don’t have to worry about Kyle Connor changing sports and becoming a professional golfer. Connor was able to participate last weekend in the Winnipeg based golf tournament on a sponsor’s exemption, just like Mark Scheifele did last summer.
Kyle Connor is back in Winnipeg! Before you get too excited, know that’s actually for a few rounds of golf as he will be taking part in The Players Cup at Southwood Golf & Country Club this weekend as he has a sponsors exemption for The Mackenzie Tour event.
In case you missed it, we are doing a series about each Winnipeg Jets player and the value of their current contract. There are many factors that determine a good contract from a bad one, but we will be looking primarily at the role of the player combined with their most recent season performance. This…
The Winnipeg Jets defensive core is in shambles. So far this off-season, the Jets have traded Jacob Trouba to the New York Rangers and have lost Tyler Myers to the Vancouver Canucks in free agency. Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff managed to add Neal Pionk in the Trouba deal, but that’s it.
It took almost every minute of the 48 hours available after their hearing on Sunday, but an independent arbitrator has awarded a two year, $2.28 million dollar AAV contract to forward Andrew Copp.
The Winnipeg Jets and Neal Pionk have agreed to a two year, six million dollar deal late Sunday afternoon, thus avoiding an arbitration case that was set to take place on Wednesday. The average annual value of the deal is worth three million for each season.
We got news! The Arbitration hearing dates for both forward Andrew Copp and, newly acquired, defenseman Neal Pionk have officially been set. Copp will meet with Jets on July 21st while Pionk’s hearing will happen on July 24th. Both players represent useful pieces for Winnipeg’s roster heading into next season. Copp was a fixture within…