June 24th, 2016 In News, NHL Entry Draft, Winnipeg Jets 0 comments

With the eighteenth pick in the 2016 NHL Draft the Winnipeg Jets have selected Logan Stanley from the Windsor Spitfires in the OHL About Logan Stanley Logan Stanley is 6 foot 7 and 220 pounds. What's even more impressive is the fact that he's a very effective player even though he's still getting used to his size. He's drawn comparisons to his...

June 24th, 2016 In News, NHL Entry Draft, Winnipeg Jets 0 comments

The Winnipeg Jets have selected Finnish sniper Patrik Laine of Tappara Tampere with the third pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Laine was a no-brainer with the second overall pick. He's a confident player who has been explosive all year from his time with Tappara in the Finnish Liiga to the 2016 World Championship, where he was named MVP of the...

June 22nd, 2016 In Winnipeg Jets 0 comments

Julien Gauthier is a fitness freak, goal scoring machine, 6'4'' NHL power forward to be. So how in the world is he so far down some people's draft lists? First of all I should point out, for fairness sake, that Gauthier hasn't dropped like a stone on everybody's list. The Hockey News has him at a respectable 15th overall, and the Bob-father...

June 7th, 2016 In Winnipeg Jets 0 comments

Jacob Trouba was once thought to be a future cornerstone in Winnipeg, maybe even a Norris Trophy candidate in years to come. Now his name is more grist for the rumour mill. Trouba may still be that cornerstone piece, and many still view him that way, but others see him as a disappointment, a struggling youngster who needs a change of scenery....

May 30th, 2016 In Winnipeg Jets 0 comments

Joel Armia might be in for a breakout season with the Winnipeg Jets. Or he might be in for another long stint with the AHL's Manitoba Moose. Flip a coin? What becomes of the talented young Finnish winger this season is anybody's guess at this point. Armia had some jaw-dropping moments last season, some moments that were impressive in a quieter...

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