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Altitude Check: Winnipeg Jets news and notes for Thursday, July 13, 2017

Your morning helping of NHL news and notes.

Winnipeg Jets v Calgary Flames Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images

Winnipeg Jets News:

The Jets have retained RFA forward Andrew Copp for two more years with an AAV of $1 million. (Arctic Ice Hockey)

Hockey News:

Ted Nolan has found a new country to coach: Poland. (SooToday)

Is Dallas Stars draft pick Miro Heiskanen ready for the NHL? (Defending Big D)

Is Cory Schneider turning into a liability for the New Jersey Devils? (All About the Jersey)

In CWHL news, the Brampton Thunder are now the Markham Thunder. (Twitter)

Which four NHL teams are the most improved so far this summer? Did the Jets make the list because they got a goalie? (Sportsnet)

Jaccob Slavin is a Carolina Hurricane for seven more seasons following the 2017-2018 season. (Carolina Hurricanes)

Which three NHL teams have had the worst off-seasons so far? Can any of them turn it around before the season starts? (Sportsnet)

Down Goes Brown asks the question “Which players will most likely join the one franchise club?”. (Sportsnet)