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Gustafsson, Stanley, signed to 2-year deals by the Winnipeg Jets


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Daniel Lucente
July 6, 2024  (1:30 PM)
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Logan Stanley celebrating with his Winnipeg Jets teammates after a goal was scored
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The Winnipeg Jets announced today they signed defenseman Logan Stanley and forward David Gustafsson to two-year contracts.

Both players were RFA's, and WInnipeg managed to lock each of them up to two-year deals. Stanley will make $1.25 million per year, while Gustafsson will earn $835,000 yearly.
Two RFAs down.

Gustafsson - two years, $835,000

Stanley - two years, $1.25 million

While the Jets have been busy making trades and signing players, their GM still has a lot of work to do this offseason, as several of their other key players are still without contract extensions.
#NHLJets making some moves today:

-Added depth D Dylan Coghlan in a trade with Carolina (for futures)
-Re-signed RFA D Logan Stanley (2 years, $1.25 million)
-Re-signed RFA F David Gustafsson (2 years, $835K)

Coghlan, Perfetti, Heinola, Lundmark the remaining RFAs.

The Jets are hoping that with the addition of Coghlan, and by signing some of their key RFA's, they will be able to make a deep run in the playoffs next season.
#NHLJets announce they've acquired D Dylan Coghlan from @Canes for future considerations. He has 106 NHL GP on his resume and spent most of last season in @TheAHL with Springfield, recording 16G, 41P on 61GP. Another D with a big shot from the point. 26 years old.

In terms of production, Stanley only managed to pick up two points in the 25 games he played last season, whereas Gustafsson managed to put up seven points in the 39 games he's played. The Jets are hopeful both players will continue to improve on those numbers.
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Jets sign Gustafsson, Stanley to 2-year deals
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