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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Thursday, June 1, 2017

Please enjoy our open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Winnipeg Jets-related news and notes.

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Hey, all! Sorry for missing yesterday’s headlines, that dad life had me gassed out and I fell asleep before getting to it. If it’s any consolation, I feel great shame.

In any event, we’re back at it today to get your month of June started off right. With that, here’s whats in the news for Thursday, June 1, 2017:

Winnipeg Jets’ notes:

Jets Nation provides their season review of Dustin Byfuglien. [Jets Nation]

The old Phone Booth might need a new nickname. Oh, I was the only one calling it the Phone Booth? Well, carry on then. [CBC]

Should the Toronto Maple Leafs have drafted Patrik Laine? This is me trying to trick you into reading a Leafs blog. [Editor in Leaf]

Could former Jets’ captain Andrew Ladd be on his way to Vegas? That’s right, you get all the Fansided links. [Eyes on Isles]

I know this is our own content, but it’s a fabulous read from Cara about how NHL players develop the coping skills required as part of the job. [Arctic Ice Hockey]

Around the NHL:

So yeah, the Nashville Predators might be in a little bit of trouble. [Pensburgh, On the Forecheck]

Will the Vegas Golden Knights take on bad contracts in exchange for draft capital? [Broad Street Hockey]

How the Chicago Blackhawks are trying to use Trevor van Riemsdyk to get rid of Marcus Krueger. [Second City Hockey]

It’s NCAA recruiting season so let’s talk about the Top 50 still looking to sign letters of intent. [SBN College Hockey]

It’s rare that I agree with Mike Millbury, yet here we are. [Puck Daddy]

Finally, some sad news as ex-NHL enforcer Chris Simon is filing for bankruptcy. [National Post]