His NHL career hasn’t taken off quite yet, but that hasn’t stopped Paul Postma from dreaming about being a Jet.
The Red Deer, AB. native originally drafted by the Atlanta Thrashers 205th overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft has spent the last two seasons with the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League. Continue reading
Mark Scheifele is now the answer to a trivia question.
The Barrie Colt was selected seventh overall, becoming the first draft pick in new-franchise history for the Winnipeg Jets, making him a strong candidate years down the road to pop up in trivia. Continue reading
The Winnipeg Jets have selected Mark Scheifele of the Barrie Colts with the seventh overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Much like Mark McNeill, Scheifele is a centre that can contribute in all three zones on the ice. Where Shceifele excels is with his long, powerful skating stride which compliments his six-foot-two, 185-pound frame. Continue reading
The Atlanta Thrashers are keeping 18-year-old forward Alexander Burmistrov.
The eighth overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in June will play in his tenth game of the season, kicking in the first year of his three year entry-level contract and all but securing a spot in Atlanta’s lineup for the duration of the season. Continue reading
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If you’re under 20, drafted out of the CHL and currently playing in the NHL, you’re about to have some sleepless nights.
We’re looking at you Brayden, Nino, Cam, Alexander and Jeff. You too Taylor and Tyler.
The NHL season is nearly an eighth over, and Schenn, Niederreiter, Fowler, Burmistrov, Skinner, Hall and Seguin are all aware of what looms over them. Continue reading