The Winnipeg Jets, parent club of the AHL’s St. John’s franchise, have agreed to terms with forward Jason Jaffray.
Jaffray played a shortened 2010-11 season with the AHL’s Manitoba Moose. After missing most of the year due to injury, Jaffray joined the Moose in March and played in six regular-season games, recording one goal and one assist. In 14 Calder Cup playoff games last year, Jaffray scored nine points (3g, 6a) and helped the Moose reach Game 7 of the North Division Finals.
The Olds, Alta., native was the second-leading scorer in the Moose franchise’s history, totaling 235 points in 269 games for Manitoba. In 378 career AHL games with Manitoba, Abbotsford, Cleveland, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Norfolk, Jaffray has recorded 131 goals and 175 assists for 306 points. In 75 career AHL playoff games, he has tallied 27 goals and 29 assists for 56 points.
Jaffray was a Second Team AHL All-Star in 2006-07, and he helped the Moose reach the Calder Cup Finals in 2009. He participated in the AHL All-Star Classic in 2007 and 2010.
Jaffray has also appeared in 36 career NHL games with Vancouver and Calgary, notching four goals and six assists for 10 points.