Antti Miettinen

RW / Winnipeg Jets / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Jets' Miettinen Finds Spot In Lineup

      News: Antti Miettinen will be in the team's lineup going forward, Winnipeg Free Press reports.
      Analysis: With teammate Anthony Peluso out with an injured hand for the next few weeks, Antti Miettinen will find his place on a line with Olli Jokinen and James Wright. Miettinen missed the team's first 17 games with an upper-body injury, and missed the last two last games with a lower-body injury, but seems to be healthy at this point in time.
    • Jets' Miettinen (Lower Body) Out Saturday

      News: Antti Miettinen (lower body) will not play in Saturday's game against the Capitals, the Winnipeg Sun's Ken Wiebe reports.
      Analysis: Antti Miettinen missed the Jets' first 17 games with an upper-body injury and is now sidelined with a lower-body injury after playing for 17 seconds in one game. He remains day-to-day.
    • Jets' Miettinen Doubtful For Tuesday

      News: Antti Miettinen (lower body) is doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
      Analysis: Antti Miettinen was not at the Jets' optional skate Monday after being hit with a puck during Sunday's game against the Devils. Sunday marked the winger's first game of the season after missing Winnipeg's first 17 games due to an unrelated upper body injury.
    • Jets' Miettinen (Upper Body) Activated From IR

      News: Antti Miettinen (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Sunday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
      Analysis: Presumably, Antti Miettinen will make his season debut Sunday against the Devils, probably replacing Kyle Wellwood in the rotation. The 32-year-old winger returned to practice last week.
    • Jets' Miettinen (Upper Body) Returns To Practice

      News: Antti Miettinen (upper body) returned to practice Saturday, TSN's Sara Orlesky reports.
      Analysis: Antti Miettinen hasn't played yet this season, and he remains out indefinitely, but this is obviously a sign of progress. Hopefully a timetable for his return will be available soon so fantasy owners have a better idea of where he stands.
    • Winnipeg's Miettinen Out Indefinitely

      News: Antti Miettinen is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury, the Winnipeg Sun reports.
      Analysis: It is unknown whether Antti Miettinen will be healed in time for the first game of the season. Continue to monitor his progress. He played in just 45 games last season, recording 13 points and a minus-five.
    • Jets' Miettinen Signs With Finnish Team

      News: Antti Miettinen has signed with HPK Hameenlinna of the Finnish League, reports.
      Analysis: Antti Miettinen will join his hometown team in Finland while the NHL looks to resolve its current labor dispute. Miettinen was limited to 45 games last season, scoring five goals while adding eight assists.
    • Winnipeg's Miettinen Reaches Five Goals

      News: Antti Miettinen netted his fifth goal of the season, and his third in Winnipeg's last four games, Saturday night as the Jets fell to the Lightning in overtime.
      Analysis: Antti Miettinen certainly chose a curious time to go on a hot streak, Winnipeg now all but eliminated from playoff contention. Despite the recent uptake in production, however, the native of Finland is by no means a reliable fantasy choice.
    • Winnipeg's Miettinen Buries Third, Fourth Goals Of Season

      News: Antti Miettinen doubled his season's goals total Monday night, beating Ottawa netminder Craig Anderson twice to find his third and fourth scores on the year.
      Analysis: Rare is the outing in which a player can score twice and still end up with a negative plus-minus rating. Though Antti Miettinen has certainly hit his stride these past few weeks, hitching your fantasy wagon to a forward outside of Winnipeg's top two lines is not recommended.
    • Winnipeg's Miettinen Catching Fire At Season's End

      News: Antti Miettinen has turned on the points production less than a month after clearing waivers, amassing four points in his last three games including two goals in Sunday's loss to Carolina.
      Analysis: Though the Finnish veteran's recent offensive uptake has been a welcomed surprise in Winnipeg, remember that the Jets front office made Antti Miettinen eligible to be sent down to the AHL as recently as late February. Temper your expectations for "Mittens" in his last 10 regular season games.
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