Winnipeg Jets Morning Papers

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Winnipeg Jets News

Winnipeg Free Press: Redmond might be most NHL ready. The 23 year-old stepped his game up last year in St. John’s and is ready to make an impact at Jets training camp in September.

Winnipeg Free Press: Chevy, like everyone else, bummed Telegin not on ice.We’ll have to wait until September to see how he stacks up against the big boys.

Winnipeg Sun: Jets prospects fear possible lockout that nears. I have said this before about CBA negotiations. Call me when they are over. Same thing with the Coyotes saga, please call me when that’s over too (if ever).

NHL News

Orange County Register: Selanne knows he’s got it good Living in sunny California, making millions of dollars playing hockey at age 42, what’s better than that?

Vancouver Province: Kings set to join Canucks in hunt for veteran goalie after Bernier trade demand.With names like Dan Ellis, Alex Auld and Brent Johnson on the list, Jets fans should be happy that they got Al Montoya.

National Post: Jonathan Bernier’s trade request not in his best interest. If his best interests are sitting on the bench winning Stanley Cups then he should not have asked for a trade.

USA Today: Organizers of Coyotes referendum 300 signatures short. Wake me up when this team is inevitably moved.

Raleigh News Observer: Hurricanes pick up defenseman Gragnani. He could provide a boost to the power play.

Calgary Herald: Former goaltending prospect piling on the miles. Add Laurent Brossoit to your watch list.

Detroit Free Press: Red Wings, NHL quieting down after Free Agent FrenzyWith Shane Doan and Alex Semin being the only major Free Agents left, I now know why IC’s Dave Minuk picked this weekend to go on vacation.

Star Tribne: Fans flock to Wild scrimmage. They call it The State of Hockey for a reason. 6,500 fans went to the Xcel Energy Center for a prospects scrimmage. Also helps that they are offering the first 1,000 fans attending a free Zach Parise t-shirt.