Nic Petan

#19 C / Winnipeg Jets / EXP: 0YRS Height: 5-9 Weight: 181 lb Age: 21 College: None

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    Jets' Nicolas Petan: Recalled from AHL Manitoba

    Petan was recalled by the Jets on Thursday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. The 20-year-old forward as some NHL experience with the club stemming back earlier this season, but his recall Thursday is of the emergency variety, so his stay probably won't last long. Even if he were to draw into the lineup, Petan likely won't contribute enough for fantasy consideration.

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    Jets' Nicolas Petan: Demoted to minors Thursday

    The Jets have assigned Petan to AHL Manitoba, Sara Orlesky of TSN reports. Petan recorded a single goal for his only point in 14 games, though the Jets' decision to send him to the minors means he will now have a chance to play meaningful minutes and continue to develop in a lower-pressure setting.

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    Jets' Nicolas Petan: Officially returning Tuesday against Minnesota

    Petan (illness) will indeed play Tuesday against Minnesota, Paul Wiecek of the Winnipeg Free Press reports. As was expected following Tuesday's morning skate, Petan will hit the ice on a line with Chris Thorburn and center Andrew Copp. Copp is another talented rookie and Thorburn has underrated hands for a career fourth liner, which could result in more attacking zone time for Petan and the Jets' fourth line.

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    Jets' Nicolas Petan: Appears ready to return Tuesday

    Petan (illness) appears to be getting geared up for his return to the lineup Tuesday against Minnesota, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Petan missed the Jets' last game Saturday, but left the ice with the group after Tuesday's morning skate. Meanwhile, Anthony Peluso remained on the ice following morning skate for individual work, usually an indicator that a player will be a healthy scratch. Petan is an ultra-talented playmaker who scored 202 points in his last two years of junior hockey, but will likely continue in a fourth-line role that has stifled his offensive production since making the jump to the NHL.

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    Jets' Nicolas Petan: Out Saturday

    Petan (illness) won't play Saturday against the Flyers, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Petan was reportedly feeling a bit "under the weather" Saturday morning, prompting head coach Paul Maurice to swiftly rule the young center out of Saturday's tilt against Philadelphia. Patrice Cormier will likely draw into the Jets' lineup Saturday in Petan's absence.

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    Winnipeg Jets' Nicolas Petan Scores in NHL debut

    Petan scored his first career goal on a deflection in his first career game Thursday on Opening Night in Boston. A star in junior hockey with the WHL's Portland Winterhawks, Petan comes to the NHL at age 20 with a boatload of long-term upside. That said, near-term expectations should be tempered, as Petan skated just 10 minutes on the fourth line for Winnipeg in the opener. It's not going to be easy for him to move up the ranks at left wing unless the Jets suffer some injuries.

  • Making case for spot on NHL roster

    News: Nicolas Petan is making a strong case for a roster spot with the Jets, the Winnipeg Sun reports.
    Analysis: Coach Paul Maurice hasn't come out yet and said that Nicolas Petan has a spot on the roster, but the superbly skilled Petan -- who Maurice said is "a power-play guy" who has "real good awareness" and is "solid defensively" -- has stood out in the preseason. This is the undersized Petan's first professional campaign after he racked up 322 points in 188 regular-season games over his last three junior seasons, not to mention 28 points in 17 playoff games. At 20 years old, he may be best served in a top-six role in the AHL to continue his development, but Petan is showing some polish already and could be a contributor on the power play even with a fourth-line spot in Winnipeg.