The Winnipeg Jets had a tough 2019 for a number of reasons, including an early playoff exit, some RFA friction and some defencemen departures. With 2020 on the horizon, we look at three bold predictions around the team for the year ahead.
With Andrew Copp's arbitration case resolved, the Winnipeg Jets only have two NHL contracts left to sign this summer: Kyle Connor and Patrik Laine. The team's whole off-season has been building to this, but now rivals also have a clear picture on how they could come at the Jets.
The Winnipeg Jets have a golden opportunity to go big and go all-in on a Stanley Cup push before the salary cap starts to pinch. Kevin Cheveldayoff was a player at last year's deadline for the first time, but could he go bigger this time?
Let's take a quick trip back in the hockey time machine. It was Oct. 13, 2011, and the Winnipeg Jets had just gone toe to toe with the mighty Chicago Blackhawks before a raucous, sold-out crowd at the United Center.