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Where are they now? The 2011-12 Jets

Source: Arctic Ice Hockey
Date: 2017-06-23

Taking a look at the players who started (and stopped) being Jets in the first season in Winnipeg. There were a total of 38 players to suit up and play in NHL regular season games for the Winnipeg Jets in their first season in Manitoba’s capital following the relocation of the Atlanta Thrashers in the summer of 2011. Of those 38, 12 either left the franchise during the season, or departed in the following off-season. This article highlights who they are, how much (or little) they contributed, and where they are now. For the purposes of brevity, I will mainly be talking about the five players who played the most games for the Jets in 2011-2012, starting with most and ending with the least. But if any of the other seven are reading,

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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Friday, June 23, 2017

Source: Arctic Ice Hockey
Date: 2017-06-23

Your morning helping of NHL news and notes. Winnipeg Jets News: The Jets schedule has been released. (Arctic Ice Hockey) NHL News: On eve of NHL Draft, Coyotes have no coach, no captain (yet), no president/CEO, no starting G, no No. 1 C (still), no prez of hockey ops.— Craig Morgan (@craigsmorgan) June 23, 2017 Reid Duke's first Golden Knights

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Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2017-06-23

Latest Winnipeg Jets news.

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Sharks lose defenseman in expansion draft

Source: Yahoo Sports
Date: 2017-06-23

SAN JOSE — The expansion draft came and went with the Sharks emerging relatively unscathed, losing a third-pairing defenseman to the NHL’s newest franchise. The Vegas Golden Knights plucked defenseman David Schlemko off the Sharks roster Wednesday, one of the 30 players they acquired in the expansion draft, which allowed them to select a single player from each NHL team’s unprotected list. As squads like the Buffalo Sabres, Winnipeg Jets and Columbus Blue Jackets scrambled to make deals with the Golden Knights to hold onto their prized assets, the Sharks got to

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Penguins to raise Stanley Cup banner on October 4

Source: Yahoo Sports
Date: 2017-06-23

The Pittsburgh Penguins will raise their fifth Stanley Cup championship banner in franchise history when they host the St. Louis Blues on October 4 as the National Hockey League unveiled its regular season schedule on Thursday. The Penguins home opener is one of four games on opening night. The Toronto Maple Leafs will visit the Winnipeg Jets, the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames will tangle in the "Battle of Alberta," and the San Jose Sharks host the Philadelphia Flyers to complete the opening night festivities.

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Will Doan Return to the Jets?

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2017-06-22

Earlier this week, the longest-serving captain in the NHL and tied for the fifth longest-serving captain in NHL history, Shane Doan was informed by the Arizona Coyotes that he will not be offered a contract to return to the club next season. The change comes amidst the youth movement initiated by Coyotes’ general manager, John Chayka.

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Chevy nervous after gamble; Vegas had the house edge on Enstrom

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 2017-06-22

CHICAGO — Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff admits he was feeling the heat the day before the expansion draft, with no firm deal in place to keep veteran defenceman ......

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Winnipeg Jets 2017-18 Regular Season Schedule Analysis & Interesting Factoids

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2017-06-22

The NHL released the entire 2017-18 schedule today. It was announced yesterday that the Winnipeg Jets would open the season at home, on October 4th, versus the Toronto Maple Leafs. Here are some highlights and “interesting factoids” from the Winnipeg Jets 2017-18 schedule: Jets will make one visit to Las Vegas, on Friday, November 10th […]

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Jets release 2017-18 schedule; bet heavily on Jets jerseys in Vegas Nov. 10

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 2017-06-22

The Winnipeg Jets unveiled their 2017-18 regular-season schedule Thursday. And while locals were eager to get their first look at Winnipeg's 41-date home slate, perhaps just as important to the club's ......

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Full Canadian NHL team, Sportsnet national broadcast schedules

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-06-22

The NHL released its 2017-18 schedule on Thursday, which means it’s time to circle your calendars for some can’t-miss matchups. The puck drops on Wednesday, Oct. 4 with four games, including two all-Canadian battles: Jets vs. Maple Leafs and Oilers vs. Flames. This season will feature a brand new team as the Vegas Golden Knights hit the ice for the first time in franchise history. The NHL’s 31st team will play its first game on Oct. 6, a road game against the Dallas Stars. Their home opener will take place four nights later when they host the Arizona Coyotes on Oct. 10 Regular-season highlights include a pair of games to be played in Stockholm on Nov. 10 and 11 as the Ottawa Senators and Colorado Avalanche take part in the NHL’s new Gl

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