Player News - Jets

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Connor Hellebuyck made 22 saves in Saturday's 2-1 victory over Team Norway for Team USA during the preliminary round.

Through two starts, Hellebuyck, who's making his first career tour of international duty at any level, has turned away 51 of 53 shots sent his way for his first two career wins wearing USA's crest.
May 2 - 7:38 PM

Jacob Trouba has undergone successful surgery on his hand.

Trouba is expected to be fine by the time training camp starts. He suffered the injury in Game 2 of the first round, but stayed in the lineup. He had seven goals and 22 points in 65 regular season contests.
May 1 - 12:18 PM

Mathieu Perreault was banged up during Winnipeg's first-round playoff exit against Anaheim.

He had a high-ankle sprain and torn ligaments in his right hand. Perreault missed the first game of the series with a lower-body injury and he picked up two assists in three appearances.
Apr 29 - 4:19 PM

Dustin Byfuglien had a dislocated rib during the playoffs.

He earned an assist in the last game of Winnipeg's postseason to give him one point in four outings. Byfuglien also amassed 17 hits in the series. He'll get the summer to get better now.
Apr 29 - 4:15 PM

Bryan Little was suffering from a dislocated rib in the postseason.

He didn't have a point in the first two games of Winnipeg's series against Anaheim, but he produced two goals and an assist in the last two matches. In 70 matches during the regular season, Little posted 24 goals and 52 points. He will use the summer to recover.
Apr 29 - 4:12 PM

Adam Pardy had surgery on his shoulder Monday.

The procedure was deemed a success and he's expected to be ready for training camp. Pardy will be eligible for unrestricted free agency in July. He played in 55 games with Winnipeg during the regular season and made two appearances during the playoffs.
Apr 28 - 11:36 AM

Toby Enstrom had successful shoulder surgery on Monday.

He's projected to be ready for training camp. Enstrom had 23 points in 60 games during the regular season, while averaging 23:34 of ice time per match. He also dressed in all four of the Jets' playoff contests.
Apr 28 - 11:32 AM

Drew Stafford is part of a group of nine potential unrestricted free agents on the Jets.

He would like to return to Winnipeg next season after dressing in 26 games with the team during the regular season and four playoff matches. Michael Frolik, Lee Stempniak, Jim Slater, Jiri Tlusty, Adam Pardy, Matt Halischuk, T.J. Galiardi and Eric O'Dell can become UFAs on July 1 as well.

Andrew Ladd has one more year left on his contract and he's open to start talking about an extension this summer.

"Obviously, I'd have to talk to my family about it, but we enjoy it here," he said. "Hockey-wise, we see the excitement around the team and what's gone on here and now more than ever you want be a part of it." Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff called Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien "a big part of our team, big part of our leadership group" and he said that he hopes to "continue to have them as part of our team for many years to come."
Apr 28 - 8:18 AM

Mark Scheifele feels he learned a lot from Winnipeg's first-round playoff exit against Anaheim.

"Obviously, it's going to ramp up and it's tough change from the regular season to the playoffs, but that's something you want to learn from, and obviously, I learned a lot from these four games I played in the playoffs, he said. He plans to get stronger over the summer to continue his development on the ice. Scheifele registered career highs in 2014-15, with 15 goals and 34 assists for 49 points in 82 games.
Apr 27 - 1:06 PM

Andrew Ladd was playing through a sports hernia for more than two months.

Now that the Winnipeg Jets are eliminated, he will get a chance to recovery. With that in mind, he will not participate in the 2015 World Championships. He still has one season left on his contract with the Jets, but he would be willing to ink an extension this summer.
Apr 24 - 1:54 PM

Jacob Trouba suffered a broken hand in Game 2 of the Jets' first round series.

Trouba stayed in the lineup, which is impressive considering he could only hold his stick with two fingers. Now that the Jets have been eliminated, he'll undergo surgery and take six-to-eight weeks to recover. In other words, he should be fine for the start of the 2015-16 campaign.
Apr 24 - 12:10 PM

Mark Stuart made it interesting when he scored the first goal of playoff career.

His marker made it 3-2 for the Ducks with plenty of time left in the third, but it didn't take Anaheim long to restore their two-goal advantage when Ryan Kesler got his second goal of the game. Sami Vatanen sealed the win and a first-round sweep when he scored into an empty net. Stuart contributed two points, 22 hits and 10 blocks in four postseason matches.
Apr 23 - 10:45 AM

Dustin Byfuglien got his first point of the series in Game 4 versus Anaheim.

He earned an assist on Bryan Little's power-play goal that opened the scoring in a 5-2 loss. The defeat knocked the Jets out of the playoffs. Byfuglien had 12 shots, 17 hits and a minus-4 rating in the series.
Apr 23 - 10:36 AM

Ondrej Pavelec allowed four goals on 34 shots in the Jets season ending 5-2 loss on Wednesday.

The third goal to Ryan Kesler was the biggest back-breaker for the Jets in this contest. Pavelec did not have a good series, allowing 15 goals over the four games. He was outplayed in every single game by his counterpart Frederik Andersen. His career playoff record is 0-4 with a shoddy 3.71 GAA and .891 save percentage.
Apr 23 - 2:29 AM

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