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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Blake Wheeler

Our last installment of our Player’s Logbook review series focuses on the captain of the Winnipeg Jets, Blake Weeler. It was a banner year for Wheels as he tied for the league lead in assists, led his team to it’s second ever playoff appearance since the move to Winnipeg and their first playoff series win…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Dustin Byfuglien

We have two player review logo books left to go and we saved them for the two best Jets players at forward and on defense. Today’s logbook looks at Dustin Byfuglien who took on a couple of new challenges asked of him by the Jets coaching staff and still excelled at them.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Nikolaj Ehlers

Today’s Pilot’s Logbook examines the past year of Nikolaj Ehlers. Ehlers played in all 82 games for the second straight season and showed excellent progression throughout his play. While there are still some aspects that Ehlers can work on, he’s taken a step forward after signing a big contract extension last October.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Dmitry Kulikov

Today we look at Dmitry Kulikov who was brought in to help with the Jets depth on the left side of the defense even with his previous injury history and did an ok enough job – at least on his side of the ice – until those back issues flared up yet again.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Joel Armia

We’re in a bit of an awkward position with this entry of the Logbook player reviews as it’s a review of a player no longer with the Winnipeg Jets after this past weekend and a trade with the Montreal Canadiens.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Mark Scheifele

It was another great year for Mark Scheifele who averaged a point per game for the second season in a row. However not everything went according to plan as Scheifele dealt with a substantial injury in the middle of the season which limited him to a career low 60 games. Today’s Pilot’s Logbook takes a…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18 – Mathieu Perreault

This time last year, my first article with Jetsnation.ca was to compare the Winnipeg Jets to the then reigning Stanley Cup champions Pittsburgh Penguins.  In doing so, I  found myself in a conundrum, in trying to figure out which way the Winnipeg Jets should go in regards to Adam Lowry and Mathieu Perreault.   Let it…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Connor Hellebuyck

It was a career year for Connor Hellebuyck as he officially took the reins as the number one goalie in Winnipeg. Today’s Pilot’s Logbook looks at the tremendous season that Hellebuyck had and what the future has in store for the young netminder.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: The Backup Goalies

Connor Hellebuyck started in 64 games, and had 67 game appearances overall which was an NHL high this season. This wasn’t a record for goalies by any stretch (it doesn’t even touch the top 50 list of most games played in one season by an NHL goalie) but it was still quite a bit and…

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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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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Tobias Enstrom

One year after bailing the Winnipeg Jets out of a massive jam at the Expansion Draft by waiving his No Movement Clause which helped GM Kevin Cheveldayoff protect as many young players as possible, Tobias Enstrom ended the toughest season of his professional career – and all but likely his 11 years as a member…