06-16-2017 08:07 PM
Theirs The Winnipeg Jets signed their second first round pick from the 2016 NHL Entry Draft after Patrik Laine, Logan Stanley, to a three-year entry-level contract with the Winnipeg Jets. Logan is currently playing with the Windsor Spitfires in the Ontario Hockey League Drew Stafford Jersey, and will continue to do so for the remainder of the season. The six-foot-seven, 227 lb behemoth of a shutdown defensemen was the 18th overall pick of the Winnipeg Jets, when they moved up four spots in the draft to select him. This season in Windsor, Stanley has two goals, and seven assists good for nine points in the 20 games hes played in. More from Jets White OutWinnipeg Jets: Whos the Defenseman to Play?2d agoWinnipeg Jets Powerplay Could Become Coveted by League4d agoWinnipeg Jets Get Bryan Little Back1 w agoMark Scheifele: Is the Winnipeg Jets Centerman Elite?1 w agoWinnipeg Jets One of Many Teams Burned on Offsides2w ago Stanley was a bit of a mixed bag at Winnipeg Jets training camp, and perhaps thats why he didnt get a contract until he began to excel once again in the CHL. The Jets coaching staff saw a huge defensive minded defender who can chip in some offense if need be Alexander Burmistrov Jersey. Not many players can out-battle or out-will him in the corners, or in front of the net. Some saw a player who is still trying to grow into his huge stature, and thus fumbling the puck, or making simple movements look like a chore.