Winnipeg Jets

The Calgary Flames, Nashville Predators, Vegas Golden Knights, and Winnipeg Jets entered the 2019 NHL playoffs as Stanley Cup hopefuls. Instead, they were eliminated from the opening round. Over the offseason, their respective general managers face the difficult prospect of maintaining contending rosters with limited salary-cap space. With over $69.3 million invested in 20 players,
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report this ad While there are many teams for whom a tight first-round playoff series would be considered a step forward, for the Winnipeg Jets, their early ouster in the postseason can only be viewed as a failure. A team once hyped up by The Hockey News as the 2019 Stanley Cup winner, and who
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report this ad In this first part of a three-part series covering the Winnipeg Jets’ offseason to-do list, I’ll be discussing the team’s forwards. In part two, I’ll discuss defensemen, and in part three, I’ll cover the goalies, estimated total cap hit, and predictions for the 2019-20 season. An Overview of the Jets’ Remaining Forwards
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report this ad Arguably the most polarizing Buffalo Sabres player over the last three seasons, Rasmus Ristolainen is at a crossroads in his career in Buffalo. While boasting a booming slapshot and a penchant for physicality that makes fans drool, he has also been criticized by the analytics community. Rasmus Ristolainen appears to be at
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report this ad WINNIPEG — Jacob Trouba hopes recent history will repeat itself for the Winnipeg Jets. The Jets face elimination from the playoffs in Saturday’s Game 6 in St. Louis, but the veteran defenceman and his teammates are drawing confidence from a pair of victories at Enterprise Center over the last week. “It’s the
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