“Does he want to play with Ondrej Pavelec in Winnipeg? I don’t know. Other than that, where’s he going? [Toronto] only works if they move Reimer.
“Listen. If I’m Marty, I’ve played a long time. My first and last name is all over the record books. I’ve made a ton of money. I’ve had an impact on the game.
“He’s been the guy the whole time; he’s always...
According to Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press, the Jets have avoided arbitration and have re-signed forward Michael FrolikHave just learned Michael Frolik and #nhljets have agreed to a one-year deal for $3.3 million. #bn @WinnipegNews will have web story shortly— gary lawless (@garylawless) July 29, 2014#450443225 / gettyimages.comThe young veteran forward, still just 26...
the #NHLJets have agreed to terms with Michael Frolik on a 1 year contract worth $3.3 million. Details to follow.
— Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) July 29, 2014
Frolik's new deal with WIN makes him a UFA next July 1st
— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 29, 2014
Evander Kane is a controversial figure lately. (Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports)
Over the past few weeks, the Predators community has gone to battle over a player that brings with him loads of controversy and antics: Evander Kane.
In one corner are people like Josh Cooper of The Tennessean, who say that Kane’s character issues outweigh his offensive talent. After Cooper’s article...
Defenseman Ben Chiarot and the Winnipeg Jets agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract worth $600,000, the team announced Wednesday.
Chiarot, 23, had six goals and 14 points in 65 games last season with the St. John's IceCaps of the American Hockey League, and then scored two goals and finished with five points in 21 postseason games to help Winnipeg's top farm team...
The Winnipeg Jets have announced they signed three restricted free agents, all to a one year deal.The 3 players are; Eric O'Dell, Patrice Cormier and John Albert. #NHLJets agree to terms with Eric O'Dell (1 yr, $650K), Patrice Cormier (1 yr, $625K), & Johnny Albert (1 yr, $585K).— Scott Brown (@BrownScottTN) July 19, 2014Krazytea-Wikimedia CommonsO'...
Nearly three weeks into free agency, things are eerily quiet for the Winnipeg Jets.
While other teams in the Western Conference — and specifically in the Central Division — continue to add veteran forwards like the Nashville Predators did with Mike Ribeiro and Derek Roy, the Jets have done very little since inking centre Mathieu Perreault to a three-year deal.
The Winnipeg Jets will have Carl Klingberg back in their prospect pool for another year.
The club announced today it has agreed to terms with the 23-year-old forward on a one year, two-way contract worth $650,000.
The big Swede played in three games with the Jets last year and scored his first career goal in the regular-season finale on April 11th in Calgary.
The Winnipeg Jets have come to terms on a one year, two-way deal with Forward Carl Klingberg. Klingberg is a native of Gothenburg, Sweden. He is a 23 years old right handed Left Winger, standing 6’0 and weighting 205.He suited up for the Jets in three games last season. He recorded his first career NHL goal on April 11 against the Calgary Flames. He played 65 games with the St...
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The Winnipeg Jets finished last season in last place in the NHL Central Division with a 37-35-10 record for a mere 84 points. The Jets ranked 15th in the league in goal scoring a year ago and averaged 2.7 goals per game. Where the Jets need to see improvement is on the defensive end. The team ranked 22nd in goals against a season ago. Development...
from Scott Cullen of TSN,
Many of Winnipeg's core players are in their twenties, in and around their prime years, so while that's reason for optimism, it's also reason for some urgency to take advantage of the kind of production being provided by the likes of Andew Ladd, Blake Wheeler and Dustin Byfuglien.
Byfuglien is an interesting case for the Jets, having...
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For the team’s ninth overall 2014 NHL Draft selection, the Winnipeg Jets found a first round pick in Nikolaj Ehlers. The 18-year-old was the first player from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League to be selected in the 2014 draft.
In his 63 games with the Halifax Mooseheads this last season, Ehlers was fourth in the league, scoring 49 goals and a total...
Evander Kane is a member of the Winnipeg Jets, for now at least.
He was asked about his future with the Jets in a Tuesday radio interview with Team 1040 in Vancouver and, and the 22-year-old winger didn’t sound fully committed to the Jets.
Hosts Matt Sekeres and Pete Schaad: Evander do you want to play for the Winnipeg Jets anymore?
Kane: Well, I think, uh, I’m a Winnipeg Jet...
Does Evander Kane want to play for the Winnipeg Jets? Based on a recent interview with the forward heard on The TEAM 1040 in Vancouver, the answer to that question is a resounding no.
Though Kane attempts to avoid the question, his answers (and his lack of answers) indicate that he has no long-term interest with the Jets. Here’s the transcript, as seen over on SI.com:
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Evander Kane of the Winnipeg Jets has been linked to many teams in the 2014 NHL offseason. Kane does not enjoy his environment in Winnipeg and wants to start fresh with a new team.
The 22 year old left winger scored 19 goals and tallied 41 points in 63 games last season. He is a young, power forward, which many teams are interested in acquiring. His contract comes with