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WWYDY(TE): What To Do About Ville Heinola

When he was drafted this past June, not many Jets fans had heard or really knew of Ville Heinola and those who had were kind of indifferent to the pick of the Finnish defenseman. Good pick to be certain, but a little bit undersized and would still be a year or maybe even two away…

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WWYDW(TE): Is It Time For A Jersey Switch?

I fully admit to some heavy bias, but top to bottom I think the Winnipeg Jets have one of the most beautiful sets of jerseys in the entire NHL. Eight years ago they knocked it out of the part when they unveiled their new home and road look out at 17 Wing, a look they…

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WWYDW: Who Deserves A Shot At The Top Six?

Looking at the Winnipeg Jets roster as it is now the top six forward group seems pretty much set with the following players: Blake Wheeler, Mark Scheifele, Nik Ehlers, Bryan Little, Kyle Connor and Patrik Laine. Of course that’s in an ideal hockey world where Bryan Little has proven able to handle second line center…

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WWYDW: Who Do You Pick As Your 2C?

This week in “Jets Social Media Is Bored And Needs Something To Talk About” is the topic of who the Winnipeg Jets will have playing at center on their second line which really isn’t a bad topic to ponder a bit as there are a few different ways the team could go. Not unlike the…

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WWYDW(TE): Time To Split Up Wheeler And Scheifele

Death, Taxes, Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele on the same line. Last season there were only two constants when it came to the Winnipeg Jets, their lack of consistency, and the fact that Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele would play on the same line if both in the lineup.

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WWYDW (On Friday): Would You Welcome An Offer Sheet?

Everyone has talked this summer about not only how vulnerable the Winnipeg Jets are to another NHL club either signing RFAs Kyle Connor or Patrik Laine to an offer sheet. From various media talking about just how it’s bound to happen to various team sites from non-conference foes and divisional rivals begging their favorite clubs…

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WWYDW (On A Thursday): The 2019-20 Winnipeg Jets On Defense

Jacob Trouba, Ben Chiarot, Tyler Myers. Regardless of what you think about those three players, they each played over 75 games each for the Winnipeg Jets this past season and their departures mean half of the everyday lineup the Jets iced last season is now gone. In their place, the Jets will likely look to…

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WWYDW (Thursday Edition): Should The Jets Buyout Dmitry Kulikov?

The Stanley Cup has been awarded and now we’re officially into the off-season and the first step to a long summer ahead of us is the buyout period. A buyout is when a team quite literally buys out a player’s contract to obtain a reduced salary cap hit over a period of twice the remaining…

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WWYDW: Who Would You Take With The 20th Pick?

We’ve already well established that the Winnipeg Jets are lacking a first round pick thanks to their trade with the New York Rangers for Kevin Hayes at the deadline this past season. The Jets had likely hoped it was going to be a very late first round pick, but a disappointing first round exit means…

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WWYDW: Your Fantasy Jet(s)

Rumors continue to float that Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban is available for the right price. I as an unashamed fan of Subban would love to see him in Winnipeg as a member of the Jets. Of course there are hurdles that get in the way of such a trade, like who exactly the Jets…

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WWYDW: Why Not KEEP Jacob Trouba?

A lot has been made and speculated of Jacob Trouba’s seemingly inevitable exit from Winnipeg. How badly does he want out of Winnipeg? Does he want to play in a Canadian market at all, or does he have his sights firmly placed towards America? What if the Jets hang on to him for one more…

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WWYDW: Should The Jets Trade For More 2019 Draft Picks?

Day one of the two day NHL draft is set for June 21, but unless something changes the Jets draft action won’t start until the second day and it will be very light action to say the least. Winnipeg is set to just have one selection available – the 51st in round two – within…