Better late than never, right? The Top 25 Under 25 Winnipeg Jets for 2018-2019.
#22 Simon Bourque (contract terminated, now with McGill Redmen)
#10 Marko Dano (waived, now with Colorado Avalanche)
Simply the best. Better than all the rest.
The Jet with the most games played in the NHL out of any of the under-25 crowd.
I was this close to just doing one article and having a 2A and 2B.
We’ve reached the top five, where it honestly gets really hard to distinguish why I’m picking one person over the other.
Nobody’s tough as Jaaaack, nobody’s tough as Jaaack!
Copp has cemented himself a spot on the Jets’ third line.
The Jets’ 1st round pick in 2017 may be struggling now, but his ceiling is very high.
With one game and one goal on his NHL resume, this defender comes in at number nine.
Coming in at number 10, it’s number 56.
As he nears a return to the NHL roster, Petan slots into the top dozen players under 25.
Samberg won a national championship with Minnesota-Duluth last season.
I would call him gritty, but that name is already taken.
Picked in the second round of this year’s draft, the young Swede enters his second year in the Swedish Hockey League.
We’re starting to get into the "I think this player should and could be a full-time NHLer" spots in the rankings.
The Jets’ top goalie prospect needs to show he has the ability to play at the NHL level.
After a solid NCAA career, the artist formerly known as Franklin transitions to the pro game this year.
Cue fan outrage in 3...2...1...
Entering his first professional season, McKenzie had a memorable pre-season for the Jets.
The first goalie to feature in the Top 25 is a young Russian making his pro debut this year.
Probably the player that could jump the most in next year’s rankings if he performs well this year.
The guy traded for Joel Armia, Steve Mason, a 7th round pick in the 2019 draft and a 4th round pick in the 2020 draft.
The 19-year-old has but up good junior numbers, and has been impressive with the German U-20 team as well.
Second right-handed defender in a row that missed significant time due to a shoulder injury last season.
The first entry on our list of 25 is a right-handed defender with 10 career NHL games.