Winnipeg Jets trade Jordan Samuels-Thomas to Buffalo Sabres

Posted by David Minuk in Winnipeg Jets on July 9, 2014 — 2 Comments

Late this evening the Jets made a trade with the Buffalo Sabres.  They sent Jordan Samuels-Thomas, a 7th round pick (203rd overall) of the Atlanta Thrashers at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, for a conditional 7th round pick of Buffalo in the 2015 draft.

Jordan Samuels-Thomas spent last season with Quinnipiac University of the NCAA (ECAC) playing in 34 games and finishing with 13 goals and 16 assists.

According to Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun the Sabres have until Aug. 15 to sign Samuels-Thomas or he becomes an unrestricted free agent.

If you’d like a bit more information on the player the Jets just traded Hockey’s Future breaks down his game here:  Jordan Samuels-Thomas.

  • Kris Merrells

    It’s a blockbuster.

  • ccrider2

    sure to fire up the hot stove now…. JETS lose prospects and starters while not filling empty foxholes. Besides not having any Russians left, we are seeing players whining and just not wishing to be here. Maybe its the malethion? I’ve got two huge splotches of white skin appearing over the last two years. Now where’s the logarithm I had…. hmmm out of jet fuel again. Oh well, the skeeters take this next round I guess. Last time I looked… I was still a Jet fan, so I guess I am, therefore I am I guess.