Due to league COVID-19 protocols affecting the Abbotsford Canucks, Charlotte Checkers, Cleveland Monsters, San Diego Gulls and Texas Stars, several games this week have been postponed.
Due to league COVID-19 protocols and related travel concerns affecting the Manitoba Moose, their games have been postponed through Dec. 22.
Youthful exuberance, balanced by some veteran players to guide the way, is an important reason why the Manitoba Moose’s corps of defensemen has been leading the way.
After spending the past two years playing pro hockey, Cole Perfetti is ready to lead Canada in his last hurrah in junior hockey. He hopes his time playing with Winnipeg and Manitoba will help him be a leader on the international stage.
Cole Perfetti is having a great camp with the Winnipeg Jets after getting some excellent experience against pros in the AHL last season.
Eric Comrie has been part of four different organizations — traded once and claimed off waivers four times — but all roads eventually led back to Winnipeg, and his emotional journey has him on the precipice of what he truly believes can be the best chapter yet.
The Manitoba Moose have signed forward Evgeny Svechnikov to a one-year American Hockey League contract for the 2021-22 season.
The Manitoba Moose have signed forward Evan Polei to a two-year American Hockey League contract, as well as goaltender Philippe Desrosiers and defensemen Tristan Pomerleau and Dean Stewart to one-year AHL contracts.
Pascal Vincent worked with Jack Roslovic for two seasons with the Manitoba Moose, and the hope is their reunion will help Roslovic’s development as a top center in Columbus.
The Winnipeg Jets have named long-time AHL goaltender Drew MacIntyre as the organization’s developmental goaltending coach and scout.