TL;DR news on Winnipeg Jets at June 14, 2023
Note V: With NHLers not heading to the Beijing Olympics it will create opportunities for others including reportedly Jets 2018 3rd rounder Nathan Smith. Jets news: Sportsnet: Jets must learn how to compete with top teams like Avalanche. Winnipeg defenseman Nate Schmidt was with Vegas during its inaugural season, and Stastny joined the team during the second season. The Jets held a morning skate followed by a media availability before they take on Arizona.Check out the projected lines and D pairs and hear from players. Jets defenceman Dylan DeMelo talks about how the coaching change has given him a new opportunity to show interim head coach Dave Lowry his worth but will continue to stay true to the way he plays. Jets audio: CJOB 680: Fly By. The Jets also signed Evgeny Svechnikov to an extremely affordable contract, which has been a major boost to the forward core. This article will cover how these new acquisitions are performing 30 games into their first season with the Jets. He allows interim head coach Dave Lowry to have three scoring lines, which is something the Jets did not have at their disposal last season. Altogether, the 2021 offseason seems to have been a success for the Jets. Just ask former Jets forward Brandon Tanev, whose season ended prior to the Christmas break after tearing his during a game. Meanwhile, due to public health orders, capacity at Jets home games is limited to 250 people until Feb. First and foremost, the strongest theme was that Winnipeg Jets fans are concerned for the health and safety of our community, in Manitoba and beyond. A source within the Jets organization confirmed to CTV News that discussions were underway that could have led to an NHL puck drop in Saskatoon. "Taking into account this important feedback, coupled with a host of other variables, Winnipeg Jets home games will continue to be played at Canada Life Centre," the letter says. Article content But Winnipeggers never gave up the dream that one day their Jets would fly back into town. Article content Even after the Jets flew south, True North Sports and Entertainment decided to build a new event centre in downtown Winnipeg at a cost of $133.5 million.