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We now know the Jets top free agency move this off-season


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Daniel Lucente
July 10, 2024  (7:10 PM)
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Now that the NHL free agency is behind us, it's safe to say the Jets were not aggressive and only added a little depth.

It seems as though the Jets are happy with the simplistic approach they took during this year's free agency period, adding some youth to their roster and some role players who can provide depth, but nothing more than that. Barring a major trade, it does not appear the team will be adding any major pieces.
"The grade feels fitting for making good minor moves without making a splash to address the major needs."

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The Jets added some depth goaltending by signing Eric Comrie to a two-year deal. In the same day, they also signed another depth goalie, Kaapo Kähkönen, to a one-year contract. The Jets also signed a few more players that are expected to play with the AHL Manitoba Moose.
Dylan DeMelo and Colin Miller were re-signed by the Jets, as they were two key players on the roster last season.
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The Jets were given a final grade of C for how they did during the free agency period. This grade is pretty accurate, considering they made no major splashes, but addressed issues with their farm club. Jets fans are hoping the on-ice product sure does better than a C grade next season.
Credit The Hockey Writers:
Grading the Winnipeg Jets' Free Agency Moves
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We now know the Jets top free agency move this off-season

What grade do you give the Jets off-season moves?

A76.7 %
B1817.1 %
C2422.9 %
D5653.3 %
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