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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Andrew Copp

Today in our logbook series, we look at forward Andrew Copp who signed a two year deal this past summer and then saw his game improve in a couple of different areas as he became a dependable bottom six forward for the Jets.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Marko Dano

Today’s Logbook looks at Marko Dano, a forward who was part of the Andrew Ladd trade with Chicago and was a highly thought of prospect, but hasn’t been able to properly crack the Jets NHL lineup.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Josh Morrissey

It’s a bit misleading to suggest that Josh Morrissey along with Jacob Trouba makes up the top defensive pairing for the Winnipeg Jets, but they aren’t far off from it and it’s very possible next season they assume full control of that role as Tobias Enstrom departs the Jets and both Morrissey and Trouba continue…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Tucker Poolman

Today’s Pilot Logbook entry looks at rookie defenseman Tucker Poolman who got a small taste of NHL action this season as the Jets tried to navigate through a series of injuries to core players but could be a bigger part of the team’s plans going forward.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Matt Hendricks

Of all the Winnipeg Jets forwards that played this season, Matt Hendricks was one of them. The man who was a bit of a surprise signing by the Jets in late August 2017 actually had a handful of fine moments this season and by all accounts was the biggest reason why the Jets were able…

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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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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Joe Morrow

Joe Morrow may be better known as “the other guy the Winnipeg Jets got on Trade Deadline Day 2018” and dismissed as an afterthought by a lot of fans and media a like as the Jets geared up for a playoff run, but his addition proved to be a bit of a shrewd depth signing…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Ben Chiarot

The Winnipeg Jets had a historic 2017-18 season that saw them pick up a franchise (and local NHL) record 52 wins and a berth in the Western Conference Finals. Although the end came in disappointing fashion to the Vegas Golden Knights, the future seems very bright in Winnipeg. But before we go forward into the…

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Adam Lowry

Our 2018-19 Pilot’s Logbook player review series continues with a look at forward Adam Lowry who has developed into a top quality third line center despite an injury filled 2018-19.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Tyler Myers

The Winnipeg Jets had a historic 2017-18 season that saw them pick up a franchise (and local NHL) record 52 wins and a berth in the Western Conference Finals. Although the end came in disappointing fashion to the Vegas Golden Knights, the future seems very bright in Winnipeg. But before we go forward into the…