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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Wednesday, June 14, 2017

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

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On the first day of the off-season news is starting to break about the NHL Expansion Draft and teams are starting to make moves to set themselves up for the draft.

Winnipeg Jets News and Notes:

Marko Dano has been re-signed to a one-year, one-way contract. (Arctic Ice Hockey)

A little bit more on 2017 NHL Entry Draft prospect Kailer Yamamoto. (JetsNation)

Are the Jets close to being Stanley Cup contenders? (JetsNation)

Mathieu Perreault would like to remain a Jet. (Journal Express) (French)

NHL News and Notes:

In the post 2005 lockout era, which is the best NHL team. (Sportsnet)

The Calgary Flames are close to needing to figure out their arena deal. (Sportsnet)

Scott Darling says goodbye to Chicago, the city and the team. (Players’ Tribune)

Roger Ronnberg was selected as the top coach in Europe and his team as the top team. (Twitter and Twitter)

Minnesota Wild draft pick Kirill Kaprizov was selected as the best young player. (Twitter)

Some senators in the USA are trying to make it illegal for teams to build publicly funded stadiums/arenas. (ESPN)

Could the New York Rangers Kevin Klein retire from the NHL to go play in Europe? (New York Post)