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Western Central Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
56-19-7 119
53-22-7 113
49-22-11 109
46-30-6 98
45-30-7 97
39-32-11 89
28-42-12 68
25-50-7 57

Top Jets News

  • Jets' Oskari Salminen: Signs with Winnipeg

    Salminen signed a two-year, entry-level contract with the Jets on Friday.

    Salminen spent the 2021-22 campaign with Jukurit of Finland's Liiga going 29-14-11 while posting a 2.07 GAA and a .920 save percentage through 55 appearances. He'll likely compete for the backup job behind Connor Hellebuyck during next season's training camp.

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  • Jets' Adam Lowry: Solid penalty kill expert

    Lowry tallied three shorthanded goals, a new career best, in 79 games this season.

    Lowry averaged over two minutes of ice time on the penalty kill for the third consecutive season which no doubt factored into his five shorthanded points. With the 29-year-old center under contract for four more years, he should continue to feature prominently in this role moving forward.

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  • Jets' Nate Schmidt: Finishes with 30-plus points

    Schmidt generated 32 points in 77 games this season, including 11 power-play points.

    After managing just 15 points with Vancouver last year, Schmidt was back over the 30-point threshold for the fourth time in his last five seasons. While the 30-year-old Minnesota native won't ever be an elite offensive contributor, he brings solid value in deeper fantasy formats.

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  • Jets' Neal Pionk: Ends year in drought

    Pionk finished the 2022-23 campaign stuck in an 18-game goal drought during which he registered five assists, 23 shots and 36 hits.

    For the third straight season, Pionk reached the 30-point threshold but managed just three goals. While Josh Morrissey figures to remain the quarterback of the top power-play unit, Pionk should continue to get plenty of opportunities and should be capable of offering solid top-half fantasy value heading into next season.

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  • Jets' Josh Morrissey: Sets new career highs

    Morrissey registered personal bests in goals (12), points (37) and power-play points (15) in 79 games this year.

    Morrissey scored as many goals as the rest of the Jets' blue line combined while also leading the way in points. Looking ahead to next season, Morrissey and Neal Pionk should continue to serve as the two offensive drivers on Winnipeg's power-play units while providing solid fantasy value.

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  • Jets' Paul Stastny: Records 21 goals

    Stastny scored 21 goals on 141 shots this season, his highest goal total since 2013-14 when he was with Colorado.

    Stastny was forced to frequently move between wing and center this season but still managed to rack up 45 points in 71 games. After signing a one-year deal with Winnipeg last offseason, Stastny will once again find himself looking for a new contract heading into the summer.

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  • Jets' Nikolaj Ehlers: Extends 20-goal streak

    Ehlers once again registered 20-plus goals this year for the sixth consecutive season.

    Ehlers managed to rack up 28 gaols, along with 27 helpers, despite injuries limiting him to just 62 games for the Jets. Given his level of consistency, fantasy players may want to consider moving Ehlers up their respective rankings heading into next season as he figures to once again be a near-lock for 20-30 goals.

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  • Jets' Connor Hellebuyck: Disappointing campaign over

    Hellebuyck posted a career-worst 2.97 GAA in 66 games this season and failed to reach the 30-win mark for the second straight year.

    Hellebuyck will no doubt be disappointed in his performance this season as he went 29-27-10 with four shutouts and a .910 save percentage in 66 outings. Even with his subpar numbers, the 28-year-old netminder should have still offered solid fantasy value in most formats considering he finished second in games played behind Juuse Saros.

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  • Jets' Pierre-Luc Dubois: Set new goal mark

    Dubois racked up 28 goals this season, a new personal best, along with 32 assists and six game-winning goals.

    While the Jets didn't have a single player feature in all 82 games this year, Dubois was the closest with 81. The natural center will be a restricted free agent his offseason and will no doubt feel he deserves a raise above his current $5 million AAV deal given his production this year.

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  • Jets' Kyle Connor: Puts together career campaign

    Connor set new personal bests in goals (47), assists (46) and power-play points (28) in 79 games this season.

    Connor's career highs led the team in each of those categories as well as he finished 23 points ahead of Mark Scheifele (upper body). In his five professional seasons, the Michigan native has missed the 30-goal mark just once and should be capable of challenging for the 50-goal threshold next year.

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  • Jets' Blake Wheeler: Misses 20-goal mark again

    Wheeler failed to reach the 20-goal threshold for the second straight season.

    After a pair of 90-point campaigns from 2017-19, Wheeler managed just 60 points this year, in part due to the fact that injuries limited him to a mere 65 outings. If the Jets' captain can stay healthy next year, he should be able to get back to those previous levels of production and should be an elite fantasy target.

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  • Jets' Mark Scheifele: Finishes season on shelf

    Scheifele (upper body) ended the 2021-22 campaign on the sidelines due to injury but still managed to reach the 70-point threshold for the fourth time in his career.

    No doubt the fact Scheifele was unavailable for the Jets' final nine games of the season played a part in Winnipeg failing to qualify for the playoffs. Barring a dramatic offseason dispute between the 29-year-old center and the organization, Scheifele should be back in a first-line role for the team next season and figures to remain a top-end fantasy option.

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  • Jets' Morgan Barron: Sent to Manitoba

    Barron was reassigned to AHL Manitoba on Monday.

    Barron finished his NHL season on a high note with a two-point effort Sunday against the Kraken, and he'll get an opportunity to keep playing hockey at the AHL level with Manitoba. The midseason trade acquisition from the Rangers is likely to secure a bottom-six role with the Jets in camp next season.

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  • Jets' Dylan Samberg: Joins Moose for playoff push

    Samberg was reassigned to AHL Manitoba on Monday.

    The Jets have wrapped up their season, but Samberg will continue to play in the AHL as Manitoba pushes for the playoffs. The 23-year-old defenseman dished out five helpers in 15 NHL appearances this season.

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  • Jets' Mason Appleton: Gathers helper in win

    Appleton notched an assist and three shots on goal in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Kraken.

    Appleton was able to get on the scoresheet against his former team. Point production was rare for the 26-year-old after he was traded back to the Jets at the trade deadline -- he finished the season with just four points in his last 19 outings. Appleton put up 21 points, 98 shots on net, 64 hits and a minus-1 rating in 68 appearances between the Jets and the Kraken this year.

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  • Jets' Paul Stastny: Bags apple Sunday

    Stastny notched an assist in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Kraken.

    Stastny earned assists in three of the last four games of the season. The 36-year-old veteran put up solid numbers in a top-six role for much of the campaign, earning 21 goals, 45 points, 141 shots on net and a plus-14 rating in 71 appearances. Durability has often been a question for the forward, who is set to hit free agency this summer if the Jets don't sign him to a new deal.

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  • Jets' Pierre-Luc Dubois: Manages assist Sunday

    Dubois registered an assist and two shots on goal in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Kraken.

    Dubois set up Kyle Connor for the game-winning goal at 9:05 of the third period. In the last 11 games of the campaign, Dubois posted three goals and six helpers. The 23-year-old center is set for a new contract as a restricted free agent, and he'll have a good case to make with 60 points, 233 shots on net, 112 hits, 106 PIM and a minus-6 rating in 81 appearances.

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  • Jets' Jansen Harkins: Dishes pair of helpers

    Harkins notched two assists in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Kraken.

    Harkins and the fourth line picked up two of the Jets' goals, as he set up linemates Morgan Barron and Dominic Toninato in the contest. With three assists in his last four games, Harkins showed a little life on offense at the end of the season. The 24-year-old forward finished 2021-22 with 13 points, 67 shots on net, 51 hits and a minus-8 rating in 77 appearances.

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  • Jets' Dominic Toninato: Finds twine Sunday

    Toninato scored a goal in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Kraken.

    Toninato was able to snap his 15-game goal drought before the end of the season. In that cold spell, he had just one assist. The 28-year-old was a regular in the Jets' lineup for the first time in his career, leading to personal-best numbers with seven goals, 14 points, 44 shots on net and 92 hits through 77 contests. He's still unlikely to serve as more than a bottom-six option going forward, and Toninato's scoring numbers were a bit fortunate thanks to four shorthanded points.

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  • Jets' Blake Wheeler: Goals in four straight games

    Wheeler scored a goal on six shots and added two PIM in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Kraken.

    While it was a sometimes difficult season for Wheeler, he was able to finish on a high note with goals in each of the last four games. The 35-year-old closed the season at 17 tallies, 60 points, 167 shots on net, 62 hits and 36 PIM in 65 appearances. The offense hasn't dropped off yet, though his minus-15 rating was his second year in a row in the red.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 3.01
(16th)
3.05
(20th)
21.1
(17th)

Injuries

Player Injury
M. Scheifele C Mark Scheifele C Upper Body
C. Perfetti C Cole Perfetti C Upper Body