The Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose announced this morning that the Winnipeg Jets have called up goaltender Eric Comrie. Comrie comes in with a record of 17-25-2, a GAA of 2.98, and .906 save percentage on the season with the Moose.
Comrie is confirmed to start in Columbus, while Connor Hellebuyck will be relegated to the back up role. All of this comes on the heels of Micheal Hutchinson taking a puck off the unpadded section just above his right wrist.
Also confirmed by the club today that Jack Roslovic will make his NHL debut in his hometown of Columbus versus the Blue Jackets. In addition, Kyle Connor will suit up in the final game of the season for the Jets, a contest back at the MTS Centre against the Nashville Predators. It’s unclear who these players will replace in the lineups.