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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Saturday, May 27, 2017

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Hey, all! Happy Saturday. Though the NHL is taking a few days off to prepare for the Stanley Cup Final, we still have a ton of news and notes to pass along to you.

So with that, here’s whats in the news for Saturday, May 27, 2017.

Winnipeg Jets notes:

Here are the best moments from the 2016-17 season. []

How Nikolaj Ehlers has been a role model for other young Danish hockey players. []

What does Paul Maurice’s coaching history tell us about the future? [Hockey Buzz]

Jets Nation profiles their season review for Adam Lowry. [Jets Nation]

Around the NHL:

The Nashville Predators’ Swedish infusion has paid off in spades. [CBC]

This shouldn’t come as a shock, but the Pittsburgh Penguins will be the odds favourite in the Stanley Cup Final. [Sportsnet]

For the Anaheim Ducks to make a deep run, they require better play from forwards other than Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, and Ryan Kesler. [OC Register]

Behold, the Ottawa Senators eulogy. [Puck Daddy]

Steve Yzerman believes that character is a very important trait for his players. [Raw Charge]

Could Dmitry Orlov be headed to the KHL? [Washington Post]

Ben Bishop believes that the Dallas Stars are a great fit for him. []

Finally, the NHL has announced their officials for the Stanley Cup Final.