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Here is what's in the news for Thursday, January 17, 2013:
Meet Anthony Peluso, your newest Winnipeg Jet. [Winnipeg Sun]
Onrdrej Pavelec wants to play all 48 games this year which would undoubtedly be a bad idea for everyone. [WFP]
Winnipeg has signed Jason Jaffray to an NHL contract, which allows his recall to the team, if necessary. [Winnipeg Sun]
Good news for the Jets' third line as Nik Antropov returned to practice today: "[Antropov was] back with his teammates this morning and in a regularly coloured practice jersey, indicating that he's been cleared for action." [WFP]
Will Mark Scheifele be ready for the jump to NHL? Only time will tell. [Winnipeg Sun]
Sorry Jets' fans, but Travis Zajac won't be signing here during the offseason as he has recently signed an 8-year deal with the New Jersey Devils. [SB Nation]
So long, Tom Wilson! The Washington Capitals have re-assigned you to Plymouth of the OHL. [SB Nation]
Dave Nonis wasted no time flexing his muscles as new General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, trading Matt Lombardi to the Phoenix Coyotes for a conditional draft pick. [Globe and Mail]
Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Keven Veilleux has been suspended 10 games for a racist remark during ECHL action. [Puck Daddy]
Finally, Down Goes Brown previews the Eastern Conference. [National Post]