|October 6, 2014: Jets waive G Peter Budaj 24 hours after trading for him|
The Winnipeg Jets have already waived goaltender Peter Budaj less than 24 hours after acquiring him from the Montreal Canadiens in a trade.
|October 6, 2014: Jets Waive Budaj|
The Jets placed Budaj on waivers Monday, Sara Orlesky of TSN reports.Budaj was just acquired from the Canadiens on Sunday, and was expected to earn a roster spot for opening day. He'll head to AHL St. John's if he clears waivers, and it appears as though the Jets will start with Andrej Pavelec and Michael Hutchinson as their goaltending tandem.
|October 5, 2014: Jets acquire G Peter Budaj in three-player trade with Canadiens|
The Winnipeg Jets acquired veteran backup goalie Peter Budaj in a three-player trade with the Montreal Canadiens. Patrick Holland goes to Winnipeg and Eric Tangradi heads to Montreal as part of the deal.
|October 5, 2014: Habs Trade Budaj To Winnipeg|
Budaj was traded to the Jets on Sunday along with Patrick Holland in exchage for Eric Tangradi, Dave Stubbs of The Gazette reports.Budaj was set to be the backup behind Carey Price this season, but it appears that job will fall to Dustin Tokarski instead. The 32-year-old will now head to the Jets, where he is expected to back up Odrej Pavelec.
|October 4, 2014: Habs' Budaj Takes Loss|
Budaj allowed four goals on 26 shots in Friday night's 4-3 preseason loss to the Senators in overtime.Three of the Sens' four goals came on the power play and the even-strength one was a bad one. As the preseason comes to close, Budaj is still battling to hold on to the backup job he's held the previous three seasons. Dustin Tokarski remains in the mix to be Carey Price's backup.