The Jets had until 4 PM CT on Monday to submit their roster to start the 2021-22 season. Of course what you see now is not likely what you will see for game 1 on Wednesday in Anaheim.
From the NHL today here is the Jets 22 man roster:
Jets roster (22):
Goalies (2): Connor Hellebuyck and Eric Comrie.
Defencemen (8): Dylan DeMelo, Ville Heinola, Josh Morrissey, Logan Stanley, Neal Pionk, Brenden Dillon, Nathan Beaulieu and Nate Schmidt.
Forwards (12): Andrew Copp, Riley Nash, Nikolaj Ehlers, Jansen Harkins, Adam Lowry Paul Stastny, Blake Wheeler, Mark Scheifele, Kyle Connor, Cole Perfetti, Pierre-Luc Dubois and Kristian Vesalainen.
Injured: Bryan Little, Dylan Samberg & CJ Suess
As per the folks at Capfriendly here is how it stands for Winnipeg:
Cap Hit: $86,762,979
LTIR: Little ($5,291,667)
Roster Size: 22 (12F – 8D – 2G)
Of course the Jets will still need to make some further moves (i.e. sign Evgeny Svechnikov to an NHL deal) but for now this is what they’ve got.
Murat over at The Athletic Winnipeg wrote this article which explains very well the salary cap ramifications for the Jets roster. A salary-cap expert weighs in on LTIR, Cole Perfetti and more. (Paywall).