Jimmy Lodge

#45C,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 174
Born:
Birth Place: Downingtown, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2013 3rd round (84th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Friedman: Connor Hellebuyck is making off-season changes
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    Friedman: Connor Hellebuyck is making off-season changes

    If we were able to turn back time to October 2016 and distill the feelings of Winnipeg Jets’ fans when it was announced that Connor Hellebuyck would be named the starting goaltender for the season, one would conclude the general opinion was one of grand optimism. The decision to name the then 23 year old Commerce, Michigan native as the newly appointed heir to Ondrej Pavelec was widely lauded, as it should have been. In Hellebuyck, Winnipeg had found the true definition of a diamond in the rough. Drafted in the 5th round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft from the obscure and little known Odessa Jackalopes of the NAHL, he’d done nothing but shine at every stage, amassing a trophy case full of MVP and

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

    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: 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

  • Logan Stanley scores as Windsor Spitfires win Memorial Cup
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    Logan Stanley scores as Windsor Spitfires win Memorial Cup

    Winnipeg Jets’ prospect Logan Stanley is a Memorial Cup Champion as his Windsor Spitfires defeated the Erie Otters 4-3, capping off their perfect tournament tonight. Moreover, Stanley scored a goal in the win, his first since suffering a knee injury back in January. The Spitfires have now won their third Memorial Cup, their last two championships coming back-to-back in 2009 and 2010 when Taylor Hall was setting the CHL ablaze. For Stanley, the victory will come as vindication as he missed 47 games of his season and Windsor’s first round series against the London Knights which they lost in seven games. Undeterred, he took a leadership role within the team as he rehabbed as was awarded by his teammates