In the past couple of days the Winnipeg Jets have completed some house keeping as they continue to sign their prospects and add depth to the organization.
Jets prospect Adam Lowry, who spent the year with the Swift Current Broncos of the WHL, was announced as Player of the Year.
For those not on twitter, Renaud Lavoie of RDS (French TSN) reported that Jets prospect Adam Lowry who is currently with the St. John’s IceCaps has signed a three year deal.
Looks like Jacob Trouba has made his decision and will be leaving the U of M. Where he ends up is still unknown.
Since his NCAA season with the University of Michigan Wolverines ended with a loss to Notre Dame, there has been wild speculation as to the path the Jets number one pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft will take.
If you missed the news, the Jets picked up James Wright today off waivers. Our own prospect expert Kyle Koisor had these thoughts on the Jets newest acquisition.
On a previous edition of the Illegal Curve Hockey Show, Saskatoon Blades Head Coach and General Manager Lorne Molleken phoned in to discuss two Jets prospects Lukas Sutter and Ryan Olsen, both players will be at the Winnipeg Jets Development Camp this week.
Kyle makes a proposal on how the CHL-NCAA battle can be rectified.