Roslovic -- who was tendered a qualifying offer in the offseason -- will not report to Winnipeg for the start of training camp while he awaits a new contract or trade, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Roslovic saw action in 71 games for the Jets this year, registering career highs in goals (12), assists (17) and shots (117) while averaging 14:54 of ice time. If Roslovic's holdout carries into the start of the NHL season, it will likely create an opening for Nate Thompson to jump onto the fourth line.
Roslovic received a qualifying offer from the Jets on Sunday.
A 2015 first-round pick for the Jets, Roslovic enjoyed an uptick in scoring during the 2019-20 season, racking up 12 goals and 29 points across 71 games. Barring another team making an offer, Roslovic will likely sign for another year with the Jets.
Roslovic recorded two assists during Monday's 3-2 win over the Flames in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
The 23-year-old helped stake the Jets to a 2-0 lead, setting up Jansen Harkins and Adam Lowry for tallies. Roslovic was held off the scoresheet in Game 1, but with Mark Scheifele (leg) and Patrik Laine (wrist) out of action, he may get a chance to emerge as a central part of the Winnipeg offense as the team looks to advance to the next round of the playoffs.
Roslovic posted an assist in Friday's 4-0 win over the Golden Knights.
Roslovic has just two assists in eight games since a two-helper game against the Kings on Feb. 18. The 23-year-old winger still has a career-high 29 points to go with 114 shots on net and 56 hits through 69 contests this year. He's featured in a middle-six role and should see similar usage going forward.
Roslovic collected a p of assists and was plus-2 in Tuesday's 6-3 win over Los Angeles.
Roslovic factored in on each of Winnipeg's first two goals for his first multi-assist game since New Year's Eve. Winnipeg's third-line center has established career highs in points (27) and goals (12) in 2019-20 while matching his personal best with 15 assists. He's a solid real-life piece for the Jets in their bottom six but carries limited fantasy upside.
Roslovic scored a goal on four shots and went plus-2 in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Blackhawks.
Roslovic has posted three goals and three helpers through eight games in February. The 23-year-old has a career-high 25 points to go with 101 shots and 46 hits in 60 appearances this season, with his typical usage being in a middle-six role.
Roslovic provided an assist and three shots on goal in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Blackhawks.
Roslovic fed Andrew Copp, who tallied at 13:27 of the third period for what would be the game-winning goal. The assist gave Roslovic 24 points in 57 games, matching his output from last year in 20 fewer contests. The 23-year-old winger seems like a safe bet to reach at least 30 points by the end of the year, which could give him some value in deeper formats.
Roslovic had two goals and an assist in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Blues.
The guy has talent, but his production is sporadic. Roslovic had just two points -- both goals -- in 12 games prior to this explosion. For all his talent, he needs to get a bit more consistency to be of any fantasy value.
Roslovic tallied a goal on four shots in Friday's 7-1 loss to the Lightning.
Roslovic answered Carter Verhaeghe's goal in the second period, making it 5-1 at the time. Blowout loss aside, Roslovic was one of the better Jets in the game. He's up to 19 points, 80 shots on goal and 41 hits in 48 contests. The modest production across the board will only have fantasy value in deeper formats.
Roslovic scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 4-0 victory over the Canucks.
Roslovic gave the Jets a 2-0 lead in the final minutes of the first period, collecting his eighth goal of the season. It was his first tally since Dec. 17, halting a 12-game goal drought. It was also his first point since a three-assist game on New Year's Eve, a dry spell that spanned six games. Roslovic's eight goals and 18 points are sufficient for a real-life third-liner, but won't do much for your fantasy squad.
Roslovic snapped a five-game point drought with three assists in Tuesday's 7-4 victory over the Avalanche. He was also plus-3.
Roslovic hadn't hit the scoresheet since scoring a goal Dec. 17 against Carolina but broke out Tuesday by assisting on both Blake Wheeler goals and Nikolaj Ehlers empty-netter. Roslovic has seven goals and 10 assists with a plus-8 rating in 40 games.
Roslovic scored a goal on two shots in a 6-3 loss to the Hurricanes on Tuesday.
Roslovic picked up his seventh goal of the season when he got the Jets on the board at 19:52 of the first period. It was his first goal in seven December games. The 22-year-old has 14 points in 33 games.
Roslovic picked up an assist in Sunday's 7-3 rout of Philadelphia.
Roslovic was bogged down in a five-game pointless streak before Sunday's marker, though remains stuck in a six-game goal drought. The winger logged 3:16 with the man advantage and has seen his role on the power play expand during Bryan Little's (ear) absence. A roster shuffle once Little returns could see Roslovic dropped back to a bottom-six role.
Roslovic scored a goal on three shots and added three hits in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Kings.
Roslovic's tally in the third period gave the Jets hope of a comeback, but none of his teammates could beat Jack Campbell. Roslovic has tallied three goals and two assists in his last seven games. For the year, the winger has 12 points in 27 contests, well on his way to topping his career high of 24 points set last season.
Roslovic scored a goal on three shots and added two PIM in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Sharks.
Roslovic took a roughing minor in the second period, but as his penalty expired, Blake Wheeler found the winger for a breakaway goal. Roslovic would later earn a penalty shot in the third period, but he sent that attempt wide. The 22-year-old has four points in his last five games and 11 points in 25 outings overall this year.
Roslovic garnered an assist versus the Islanders on Tuesday.
Roslovic is starting to find his groove after being bumped up to the second line in Bryan Little's (ear) absence, as the youngster has points in each of his previous two games. If the winger continues to produce, he could be in contention to maintain his spot in the lineup even once Little returns to action.
Roslovic scored a power-play goal in Friday's 4-1 win over the Canucks.
Roslovic showed some skill to corral the puck off the boards from Blake Wheeler's wide shot. After a couple jams at the net, Roslovic was able to get it past Thatcher Demko, knotting the score at 1-1. The 22-year-old was pumped up to the second line and second power-play unit with Bryan Little (head) out of action. Roslovic's making that look like a good choice by coach Paul Maurice. The winger has three goals and seven points in 17 games.
Roslovic produced an assist in Friday's 3-2 win over the Sharks.
The winger has now produced assists in consecutive games after going without a point in his previous five efforts. Roslovic has amassed six points and 25 shots on goal in 14 games this year.
Roslovic registered an assist and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Ducks.
Roslovic set up Nikolaj Ehlers' first goal of the game just 55 seconds in. The first-round pick from 2015 is up to five points and 25 shots on goal in 13 appearances this season. He skated on the second line with Patrik Laine (lower body) unavailable.
Roslovic's goalless streak reached six games after Tuesday's matchup with Los Angeles.
Roslovic recorded just one shot on goal versus the Kings, despite logging 2:34 of ice time with the man advantage. If the winger can't start producing soon, he will likely see his spot on the power play go to Andrew Copp or Adam Lowry. Given the club's forward depth, a prolonged slump could even result in Roslovic being dropped from the lineup in favor of Mason Appleton.
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