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Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2017-04-21

Reasons why Flames should move on from their GM, Leafs have put the NHL on notice with playoff run, sorting the coaching candidates in Vancouver, Jets have holes they need to address, a survival guide to the Oilers playoff run, free agency, preseason predictions and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by...

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Winnipeg Jets rookie Patrik Laine a Calder Trophy finalist

Source: Illegal Curve Hockey
Date: 2017-04-21

To the surprise of nobody Jets super rookie Patrik Laine a Calder Trophy finalist.

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Laine A Calder Trophy Finalist

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2017-04-21

Let the Calder hype begin! As expected by pretty much everyone, Winnipeg Jets wunderkind forward Patrik Laine was named as a finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy. He was named along with Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews and Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Zach Werenski. The 2016-17 NHL season saw an incredible field of rookies, especially when...

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Calder Trophy Finalists: Matthews vs. Laine vs. Werenski

Source: Yahoo Sports
Date: 2017-04-21

JUNE 24: Auston Matthews, left, selected first overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs, and Patrik Laine, right, selected second overall by the Winnipeg Jets, pose for a portrait during round one of the 2016 NHL Draft at First Niagara Center on June 24, 2016 in Buffalo, New York.

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Laine, Matthews and Werenski finalists for Calder trophy

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 2017-04-20

Winnipeg Jets right-winger Patrik Laine is one of three finalists for the NHL's Calder Trophy, awarded to the league's top rooke. The 19-year-old finished the 2016-17 season second in scoring among NHL freshmen with 64 points and 36 goals. He will be joined by centre Auston Matthews of the...

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Patrik Laine is a Calder Nominee

Source: Arctic Ice Hockey
Date: 2017-04-20

The Jets star forward has his stellar season recognized. In an announcement that should surprise no one, Patrik Laine is a top three vote getter for the Calder Award, awarded to the NHL’s most outstanding rookie every season. He will be joined at the NHL awards by the Toronto Maple Leafs’ Auston Matthews and the Columbus Blue Jackets’ Zach Werenski. This is an unsurprising nomination as Laine recorded 36 goals and 64 points in 73 games this season. Meanwhile, Matthews recorded 40 goals and 69 points in 82 games this season while Werenski had 11 goals and 47 points in 78 games as a defenceman. This is a truly elite field for the NHL and it is also a field devoid of controversy unlike in previous years. Notable past award winners include: Alexander Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin, Nathan MacKi

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Patrik Laine, Auston Matthews, Zach Werenski nominated for Calder Trophy

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-04-20

Patrik Laine, Auston Matthews, and Zach Werenski are the nominees for the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s most proficient rookie. Laine scored 36 goals for the Winnipeg Jets, second among rookies, and seventh most of any NHLer this season. The second pick of the 2016 NHL Draft played in 73 games and turned 19 years old on Wednesday. Matthews led all rookies in goals (40) and points (69). Only

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Pilot’s Logbook: Special Teams Review

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2017-04-20

The Winnipeg Jets’ 2016-2017 disappointing season finally ended. While the extent of disappointment may be subjective from individual-to-individual dependent on expectations, fans without a single franchise playoff win prefer their seasons to carry some post-season excitement. So, what went wrong? What went well? How do the Jets measure up against their competition? Which areas actually...

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Jets Nation Podcast: Season Report Card

Source: Jets Nation
Date: 2017-04-20

The 2016-17 season was a disappointment for the Winnipeg Jets. They scored a lot of goals, but let in even more. The guys break down how each player performed and give them an overall season ranking. (0:42) – Forwards (12:08) – Defense (18:07) – Goalies (22:57) – World Hockey Championship

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Down Goes Brown: Finding role models for NHL’s 14 non-playoff teams

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2017-04-20

With the playoffs in full swing, it’s easy to forget about the 14 teams who’ve already cleared out their lockers and headed out to the cottage for summer vacation. That’s the nature of the NHL — once the playoffs arrive, you’re either still alive or you barely matter. But today, let’s offer up some encouragement to those 14 teams who weren’t invited to the post-season dance. And we’ll do it using the 16 who were. For each of the outsiders, let’s pick out one problem the team is facing – in some cases we’ll have plenty to choose from – and then see if we can find some hope in one of this year’s playoff teams. Winnipeg Jets The issue: They’re not sure if they can trust their young goaltender.

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