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Note: Jets 2017 1st rounder Kristian Vesalainen became the latest prospect to be loaned overseas as Winnipeg and HPK of the liiga have come to terms on an agreement for the talented winger.

Note II:  I had a chance to go one on one with Jets 2014 5th rounder CJ Suess who recently signed his two-year deal with the Jets.  Look for that chat coming soon.

Jets news:

The Athletic:  Ranking the best NHL players under 23: Corey Pronman’s top 155.  (Paywall).  Jets have two in the top 20 (Laine at 7, Perfetti at 19) and then Samberg also cracks this list at 139.   

Global News:  True North’s Project 11 keeps focus on students’ mental health through stresses of coronvavirusWith all the stress that has been created due to the current pandemic an important initiative to ensure kids are being looked after during this time.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Young European Jets get ice time overseas.  (Paywall).  Mike recaps what is happening for the Jets prospects over in Europe and Russia.

Winnipeg Sun:  Prospect breakdown: A look at the top 10 players in the Jets system.  The offseason is a time to examine what is in the cupboard and Ted takes a look at the top 10 prospects in the Winnipeg system.  

David Gustafsson at practice scaled

Photo Credit: Colby Spence (Illegal Curve)

The Athletic Winnipeg:  Who says no? 15 Winnipeg Jets trade proposals dissected by The Athletic staff. (Paywall).  With all the trade scuttlebutt being bandied about these days Murat and his Athletic crew took a look at 15 ideas that fans suggested and how likely they would be to come to fruition.

Jets video:

Sportsnet:  NHL Chatroom. As trade rumours continue to swirl, Ailish & Dangle discuss the possibility of a Patrik Laine trade and which teams make the most sense to make the move.

Former Jets/Moose news:

The Park Journal:  Fighting For a SpotA Players Tribune style article written by Jets 2013 3rd rounder JC Lipon.  One of those photos looks pretty, pretty familiar sans IC logo.