Central Division Summer: Winnipeg Jets Free Agency

Over the last couple weeks, we have looked ahead to the summer free agency issues looming for the five playoff teams from the Central Division.

Now let’s turn our attention to the last place in the Central from the 2015-16 season, the Winnipeg Jets.

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Winnipeg Jets

2015-16 Regular Season: 78 points — 35-39-8 — 7th place in the Central

2016-17 Salary Commitments: $51,689,999 to 18 NHL players.

Unrestricted Free Agents

Matt Halischuk ($750,000)
Grant Clitsome ($2,066,666)

Patrice Cormier
Andrew MacWilliam
Thomas Raffl

Restricted Free Agents

Brandon Tanev ($925,000)
Joel Armia ($894,166)
Mark Scheifele ($863,333)
Adam Lowry ($863,333)
JC Lipon ($645,000)
Jacob Trouba ($894,166)
Brenden Kichton ($620,000)
Julian Melchiori ($600,000)
Michael Hutchinson ($575,000)

Austen Brassard

6 thoughts on “Central Division Summer: Winnipeg Jets Free Agency

  1. 4 Nice young RFAs from the Jets in Armia, Scheifle, Trouba and Hutch. I would make a play on any of the 4. The Jets are a budget team and i doubt they pay everyone.

  2. The Hawks gave them a nice juicey first round pick,.,.,and now we can,t sign Ladd.
    Wast of time.

  3. It wouldn’t have been a waste of time if we won the Cup. Ladd, Fleischmann, Weise, and Ehrhoff were solid top notch picks that were under utilized and never given a chance to settle in, each to varying degrees. They could and should have put us over the top. Thinking the same goes for Daley and Sekac. Now that’s the way it turned out, a waste of time but we had the right pieces. This comes down to one person. Zero patience. I’m still reeling from it all.

  4. Hawks had too many moves too late in the year. Team was in a state of flux all thru the playoffs. Bad timing on Stans part

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