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Logan Stanley

Logan Stanley

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Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 7"/228 lbs
Born: Waterloo, Canada
Draft: 2016 1st round (18th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Winnipeg Free Press

    Stanley 'phenomenal' against Sharks

    Logan Stanley saved his best for last. Knowing Wednesday night's game against the San Jose Sharks might be it for a while, the towering Winnipeg Jets defenceman had the type of performance that certainly earned him another look — whenever that might be. A terrific outlet pass to spring teammate Nino Niederreiter on a breakaway (he was stopped). A massive hit that knocked Sharks forward Nico Sturm out of the game.

  • https://www.valleynewslive.com

    Will Logan Stanley Score a Goal Against the Penguins on February 10?

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  • The Hockey Writers

    Jets Make Mistake By Waiving Chisholm Over Stanley

    The Winnipeg Jets made a mistake waiving Declan Chisholm over Logan Stanley and once again demonstrated a strange level of loyalty to a player with no long-term future with the club. The Jets waived Chisholm — their fifth-round 2018 pick — on Sunday, Jan. 28 as they needed to free up a spot on the 22-man roster to activate either David Gustafsson or Mark Scheifele from injured reserve before their next game, which takes place Feb. 6 after their player break and the All-Star Break. Chisholm, who had played just two games for the Jets this season due to their defensive logjam, was not expected to clear waivers.