The Winnipeg Jets' Central Division foes have added big-time new players. Here's some new guys the Jets will have to deal with a lot more come October.
by: Josh Wegman — The Score 5 Jul
Pure hockey trades rarely happen in today's NHL, but if Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas and Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff sat down and talked shop, they just might be able to pull off a blockbuster deal that could help both teams...
by: Canadian Press — TSN 4 Jul
Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun joined Andrew Paterson and Rick Ralph on the Afternoon Ride. They discussed the Winnipeg Jets trading Joel Armia and Steve Mason, Paul Stastny’s decision to sign with Vegas, the Jets six RFAs with arbitration rights, if the..
HockeyBuzz.com - Brandon Smillie - **Weber out, Knee Surgery** Canadiens Quiet Canada Day Signals Change
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 5 Jul
Some would say this is a sign of the changing times. It was pretty awesome! You have to take the good with the bad and no GM is perfect. Some does, but not all. Im glad you asked.
by: Art Middleton — The Nation Network: Jets Nation 4 Jul
During the playoffs and really all through his first two seasons as an NHLer, Patrik Laine has displayed a calm, almost unsettling tranquil mood in pretty much any situation no matter how stressful…
Ates: Jets will have to shuffle the lines following Stastny departure - Sports News, Opinion, Scores, Schedules | TSN
by: Canadian Press — TSN 3 Jul
Murat Ates of The Athletic joined Andrew Paterson and Rick Ralph on the Afternoon Ride. They discussed Paul Stastny choosing to sign with Vegas over Winnipeg, how this year’s Jets team will compare to last year’s, possible line combinations without...
by: Taylor Allen — Winnipeg Free Press 3 Jul
Patrik Laine makes fans everywhere he goes.The Winnipeg Jets' sniper apparently helped calm some kids Monday night who were frightened by a drunken passenger causing a disturbance aboard a flight from Malaga, Spain to Helsinki.
by: Ken Wiebe — Canoe 5 Jul
The Winnipeg Jets are turning over backup goalie duties to Laurent Brossoit.The Jets signed the former Edmonton Oilers netminder on Sunday, inking a one-year, one-way deal worth $650,000 to play behind Vezina Trophy runner-up Connor Hellebuyck.