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The Jets have plenty of rookies knocking at the door this season, so here are 3 to keep an eye on during the 2021-22 season.
Here are three bold predictions for a re-tooled Winnipeg Jets club with 2021-22 Stanley Cup aspirations.
Andrew Copp entered the NHL a defensive guru but after last season, he looks to assert himself as an offensive weapon for the Winnipeg Jets.
The question is not if the Jets can score, the question is who fills the spots available amongst a roster loaded with talent and experience.
The Jets are solid in every aspect of their roster, the only question mark lies with the backup netminder to Connor Hellebuyck.
One of the Jets’ strengths is their depth and outside of their core, the Jets have plenty of breakout candidates. Here are three for 2021-22.
Kyle Connor is looking to use this season to assert himself as not only one of the best players on the Winnipeg Jets, but the NHL as a whole.
With the 2021-22 on the horizon, the Jets have addressed one major flaw in their team arsenal. A quick look at the improved blue line corp.
Here, we’ll take a look at the Winnipeg Jets’ three best contracts going into 2021-22.
Even after a successful offseason, there are still some burning questions facing the Winnipeg Jets prior to 2021-22 puck drop next month.
With a brand new season just around the corner, it’s time to consider which Winnipeg Jets prospects are “untouchable.”
The Jets’ organization’s Evgeny Svechnikov signing is a low-risk deal for the organization that has the potential to work out well.
The Winnipeg Jets’ Stanley Cup window is open after a strong offseason, but questions remain on whether they can pass through it to glory.
Since the Jets made their triumphant return to the NHL, they have built themselves a modest prospect pool that only continues to get stronger.
Committing to Eric Comrie as Connor Hellebuyck’s backup is a big goaltending gamble for the Winnipeg Jets.
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