Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers
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Winnipeg Free Press: Jets sign Maxwell and Dekanich A couple more moves to add depth to the organisation.
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Winnipeg Free Press: Meanwhile, down on the farm, Jets sign four. Some more depth moves made to help solidify the farm club.
N.Y. Times: What’s Next, NHL Bidders? A 20-Year Contract? Who will save the owners from themselves?
St. Louis Post Dispatch: ‘Talent to score’ nets four-year deal for Perron. If he stays healthy for the term of this contract a pretty solid signing by the Blues.
The Tennessean: Does Ryan Suter’s exit send a message about Nashville Predators? Could Suter be the first guy off the ship in the Music City?
Calgary Herald: Backlund happily accepts bargain ‘prove it’ deal. It is the type of deal that can work out for either team or player based on how next season goes.
CBC: 16 NHL players elect salary arbitration. A list of the players who would like to review their situations.
Ottawa Sun: Senators in mix for Bobby Ryan. The Sens are throwing their name into the mix along with the usual and expected cast of characters you would expect.