Winnipeg Jets

A a familiar face could be the perfect person to improve the Winnipeg Jets coaching staff. That familiar face? None other than Nolan Baumgartner. Baumgartner has recently found himself out of work. He served as Vancouver Canucks’ assistant coach since 2017-18, working alongside head coach Travis Green. On Sunday, the 45-year-old was a casualty of
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Last January, Winnipeg Jets’ General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff pulled the trigger on the biggest trade of his career, sending disgruntled winger Patrik Laine and centre Jack Roslovic to the Columbus Blue Jackets for Pierre-Luc Dubois, who coincidentally was also not happy with his situation in Ohio. All three players were first-round draft picks, but the
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The Winnipeg Jets have shown through the first month of the season that they are a playoff team and deserve to be in the conversation of Stanley Cup contenders, but they have one Achilles’ heel that is anything but subtle or secretive. Their ability to defend… let me rephrase that. Their inability to defend the
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When Andrew Copp first broke into the NHL, his role with the Winnipeg Jets wasn’t exactly ideal. Playing bottom-six minutes behind better-known names isn’t exactly a recipe for success, and that was reflected via Copp’s production in his five seasons in the league. Now, following some much-needed roster turnover, Copp seems to be thriving in
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The 2021-22 Winnipeg Jets’ offensive roster is loaded with talent, grit and a myriad of scoring options. One key component to the success of this teams’ offence moving forward correlates directly to the anticipated resurgence of Pierre-Luc Dubois. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound left winger is coming off an admittedly disappointing season where his offensive totals markedly
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