Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 3.29 7th
Goals Against / Game 2.96 15th
Power Play % 24.8 4th
Penalty Kill % 79.2 22nd
2018-19 Central Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Nashville 47 29 6 100
Winnipeg 47 30 5 99
St. Louis 45 28 9 99
Dallas 43 32 7 93
Colorado 38 30 14 90
Chicago 36 34 12 84
Minnesota 37 36 9 83

Winnipeg Jets News

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    ESPN.com: Source: Jays trade Stroman to Mets for prospects

    Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman has been traded to the New York Mets in exchange for pitching prospects Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson, sources confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Passan.

    ESPN's Keith Law had Kay and Woods-Richardson ranked as the No. 6 and No. 7 prospects in the Mets system before the season.

    MLB.com was first to report the trade.

    Stroman, a first-time All-Star this season, is 6-11 in 21 starts with a 2.96 ERA. Mostly a ground ball pitcher, the 28-year-old has the third lowest home run percentage (1.

    Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman has been traded to the New York Mets in exchange for pitching prospects Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson, sources confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Passan.

    ESPN's Keith Law had Kay and Woods-Richardson ranked as the No. 6 and No. 7 prospects in the Mets system before the season.

    MLB.com was first to report the trade.

    Stroman, a first-time All-Star this season, is 6-11 in 21 starts with a 2.96 ERA. Mostly a ground ball pitcher, the 28-year-old has the third lowest home run percentage (1.

  • @NHLJets • 2m

    Winnipeg Free Press: WDVF DFV DFV

    The Winnipeg Jets have locked up some additional depth by re-signing defenceman Nelson Nogier.

    The restricted free agent inked a one-year, two-way deal Tuesday that pays him $700,000 if playing in the NHL and $80,000 if in the the American Hockey League.

    Nogier, 23, has spent the majority of his pro career with the Manitoba Moose but has appeared in 11 games with the Jets, including one last season when injuries depleted the blue-line.

    He had one goal and eight assists in 74 games with the AHL club last season. Nogier missed the majority of the 2017-18 season with an injury.

    The Winnipeg Jets have locked up some additional depth by re-signing defenceman Nelson Nogier.

    The restricted free agent inked a one-year, two-way deal Tuesday that pays him $700,000 if playing in the NHL and $80,000 if in the the American Hockey League.

    Nogier, 23, has spent the majority of his pro career with the Manitoba Moose but has appeared in 11 games with the Jets, including one last season when injuries depleted the blue-line.

    He had one goal and eight assists in 74 games with the AHL club last season. Nogier missed the majority of the 2017-18 season with an injury.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: Vesalainen's one season wiser

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    Jets prospect resets goals for 2019-20

    Kristian Vesalainen forced his way onto the Winnipeg Jets roster out of training camp in 2018 but didn't make it to the end of October -- the start of a roller-coaster ride for the talented youngster.

    The way the NHL club's roster now shapes up, expect the door to be wide open this fall for the big left-winger, although he's taking a more low-key approach to his future than he did a year ago.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: HENDRICKS RETIRES, JOINS Wild staff

    Matt Hendricks, long considered one of the NHL's consummate team players, announced his retirement Tuesday after 11 seasons in the NHL.

    He was immediately named assistant director of player development for the Minnesota Wild.

    Hendricks, who hails from Blaine, Minn., finished his career in Winnipeg last spring, his second stint with the Jets organization.

    He signed with Winnipeg for the 2017-18 season and then inked a deal with the Wild last season, but was dealt back to the Jets at the trade deadline (for a seventh-round choice in 2020) to infuse some character into a struggling squad at the tail end of the season and the playoffs.

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    Winnipeg Free Press: Recent Jets draft pick Neaton has a lot in common with Hellebuyck

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    Goalies cut from the same cloth

    Logan Neaton is following a similar path to one treaded by the Winnipeg Jets' top goalie Connor Hellebuyck, although he contends it's not by design.

    The newest member of the team's netminding fraternity is proud to call the state of Michigan home, just like Hellebuyck. He had his name called in the fifth round of the NHL draft this past weekend, just like the former Vezina Trophy candidate.

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    Winnipeg Free Press: Next generation looking good

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    Opinion Top 10 Jets prospects to keep an eye on

    He's a two-time college champion, an imposing figure who appears to be still be growing into his massive frame and has all the tools to be a future shutdown star on the blue-line.

    For all of those reasons, defenceman Dylan Samberg sits on top of my top-10 list of Winnipeg Jets prospects participating in this week's annual summer development camp at Bell MTS Iceplex.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: Cap crunch forces Chevy to play defence with Jets' blue line

    Jacob Trouba has been shipped to the Big Apple. Tyler Myers and Ben Chiarot appear poised to strike it rich on the open market. And Nathan Beaulieu and Joe Morrow are being cut loose to test the free-agent waters.

    Add it all up and the Winnipeg Jets blue line appears to be a major work in progress, to say the least.

    More question marks emerged Tuesday when general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff declined to tender qualifying offers to both Beaulieu and Morrow, meaning the restricted free agents will now become unrestricted free agents as of July 1.

    Beaulieu made $2.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: Jets play four on the road to open 2019-20 campaign

    Get your calendars out, Jets fans; the 2019-20 National Hockey League regular-season schedule is here.

    The league revealed the 82-game schedule for all 31 teams Tuesday.

    The Jets kick off the season with four games on the road, beginning with a date at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 3 against the New York Rangers, as reported last week, as was their home-opener date Oct. 10 at Bell MTS Place against the Minnesota Wild.

    The Jets will head to Regina for the 2019 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic versus the Calgary Flames on Oct. 26.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: Jets facing tough calls under cash crunch

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    Could another NHL club try to take advantage of Winnipeg's financial woes and try to sign either Patrik or Kyle Connor?

    VANCOUVER -- The Winnipeg Jets are bringing what they believe to be five quality prospects home from Vancouver -- along with plenty of questions about the more immediate needs of the team.

    With the NHL draft now in the rear-view mirror, many of the answers will start emerging in the coming days.

    The salary cap was set late Saturday at a lower-than-expected US$81.5 million for the 2019-20 season, so general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff knows exactly what he's up against.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: Jets believe draft picks are solid prospects

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    VANCOUVER -- Mark Hillier is hoping the 2019 draft class for the Winnipeg Jets will be a case of quality over quantity.

    While the Jets only had five picks over the two-day event here in Vancouver, they believe they've come away with five solid prospects who will help them down the road. That includes using the first two picks to land puck-moving defencemen from Finland and Sweden, a couple of centremen from Finland and Canada, and then an American goaltender.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    My NHL Trade Rumors: NHL Rumors: San Jose Sharks, Vancouver Canucks, Pittsburgh Penguins, and the Edmonton Oilers

    Kevin Kurz: The Sharks could be open to the idea of trading defenseman Brendan Dillon in the right deal. He carries a $3.27 million salary cap hit.

    Pierre LeBrun: Pending free agent Joonas Donskoi has told the San Jose Sharks that he's going to be talking to other teams during the interview process. He's not closing the door on a Sharks return. He also thinks that it might be time for a new start.

    Kevin Kurz: It wouldn't be a surprise if Sharks trade restricted free agent Joakim Ryan.

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    Winnipeg Free Press: Jets star forward a hit with kids

    MARK Scheifele tries his best to share a moment with every child that participates in his annual two-day hockey camp at the Iceplex.

    That's a mammoth task for the Winnipeg Jets centre -- there's 216 kids here this weekend, all wearing cages and No. 55 on their backs.

    Jackson Deschambault got his moment with his hero Saturday morning. This fall, the eight-year-old Winnipegger will sign up for his second year of hockey at Kirkfield Westwood Community Centre.

    And what words of encouragement did the Jets' premier forward offer up?

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    Winnipeg Free Press: Jets cast wide international net on Day 2

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    Harrison Blaisdell speaks to media after being selected in the fifth round by the Winnipeg Jets during the second day of the NHL draft on Saturday.

    VANCOUVER -- A Swedish defenceman. A Finnish forward. A centre with dual Canadian and British citizenship. And an American goalie.

    The Winnipeg Jets cast a wide, international net on Saturday in their annual summer talent search, adding four more prospects to the pipeline as the 2019 NHL draft wrapped up in Vancouver.

    "It's kind of how the draft lays out in front of us.

  • @NHLJets • 3m

    Winnipeg Free Press: Scheifele hosts hockey camp, keeps close tabs on draft

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    Even on a day filled with lively distractions, Mark Scheifele still had his head in the game.

    "Any trades?" the Winnipeg Jets forward quizzed reporters, shortly after stepping off the ice Saturday. "(P.K.) Subban? For what? Any others?"

    As the hockey world turns in Vancouver this weekend for the NHL Draft, he's hosting hundreds of boys and girls at the fifth annual Mark Scheifele Hockey Camp in support of KidSport Winnipeg.

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    Winnipeg Free Press: Messi struggles with Argentina

    Has a shirt ever weighed as heavily as Argentina's does on Lionel Messi?

    Arguably the best footballer in history, the Barcelona maestro must secretly wish he had decided, back in 2003 when Spain invited him to be part of their squad for the Under-17 World Cup, to opt for the threads of La Roja instead of those of La Albiceleste -- stitching that has become synonymous with his only failing in a sport he has otherwise dominated for a generation: to lead the country of his birth to a first major title since 1993.

    That fateful decision, even if it was the right one, seemed at the time a sort of repayment to Argentina, which Messi had left for the Catalan capital in order to strengthen his body, train at the world's top academy and prepare for his inevitable ascension to superstardom.

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