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Latest Winnipeg Jets news.

Note:  Yesterday was the deadline for players to file for arbitration and much like in 2013 the Jets had five players file for same on Thursday.  Three players who had arbitration rights and could have filed chose not to.

Note II:  Reminder there is no Illegal Curve Hockey Show tomorrow.  We will be back in business on Saturday, July 14th although worth noting that is a two-hour show starting at 11 am.

Jets news:

Winnipeg Free Press: Barring a trade, Trouba will remain with Jets. (Paywall). Jason Bell looks at Trouba’s situation and also touches on the other Jets players who filed for arbitration yesterday.

Jacob Trouba up close

Photo Credit: Colby Spence

Winnipeg Sun:  Five Jets elect to file for arbitrationKen offers his thoughts on the Jets players who have filed.

Winnipeg Sun: Victims of Humboldt Broncos crash may soon get interim paymentsJets co-owner Mark Chipman has been listed as potentially one of the five-member advisory board.

Jets video:

TSN: What kind of payday are Hellebuyck, Stone looking at? What kind of payday are RFAs Connor Hellebuyck and Mark Stone looking at? That’s Hockey gives its thoughts.

Time for some Wednesday night hockey in Winnipeg.

Reminder: The game isn't being televised so you'll either have to be there or watch via the Jets website.

While there won't be an Illegal Curve Post-Game Show tnt they are coming soon. Subscribe here:

An hour to go before the Jets and Flames get underway in Winnipeg.

Let the pre-game report get you set up ahead of the action.

Topics covered in today's media availability with Jets head coach Rick Bowness following morning skate included:

- 'to do' list before home opener
- how team adapted to system
- knowing players on and off ice
- team building in Banff

And more.

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