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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Sunday, May 28, 2017

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Hey, all! I hope you’re having a relaxing Sunday. Despite it being the weekend, we still have a good chunk of news and notes we want to fill you in on.

So with that, here’s whats in the news for Sunday, May 28, 2017:

Winnipeg Jets’ notes:

Elliotte Friedman’s 30 Thoughts talk about some changes Connor Hellebuyck is making this off-season. We will have a separate post soon to provide further detail. [Sportsnet]

Logan Stanley and his Windsor Spitfires look to clinch the Memorial Cup tonight versus the Erie Otters. [Toronto Star]

Eric Comrie soaked up his experience at the 2017 IIHF World Championships. [Jets.com]

There’s to like about Finnish phenom Patrik Laine. [The Hockey Writers]

Eklund’s wild and zany rumours have the Toronto Maple Leafs making a push for Tyler Myers. [Hockey Buzz]

Around the NHL:

Pierre LeBrun believes that if Sidney Crosby is able to secure back-to-back Stanley Cup championships he will be elevated above Jonathan Toews as the best player in hockey. [TSN]

The Pittsburgh Penguins smash car is ready to go. [WKRN]

Craig Anderson received some good news as his wife Nicholle’s latest scan came back with no lingering signs of cancer. [CBC]

Which Edmonton Oilers player is bound for Vegas? [Copper & Blue]

Lastly, the gondola at the Detroit Red Wings’ new Little Ceasars arena looks... interesting?