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Jets Re-Sign Joel Armia

The Winnipeg Jets re-signed Joel Armia to a two-year contract that comes with a $925,000 cap hit over the next two years, the club announced Thursday. While many might recall Drew Stafford and Tyler Myers as the main return in the Evander Kane deal that sent the oft-troubled winger to Buffalo, Armia was one of the other pieces that made its way to Winnipeg. The #NHLJets have...
Via The Hockey Writers
July 14, 2016

Should They Stay or Go: Joel Armia

Joel Armia might be in for a breakout season with the Winnipeg Jets. Or he might be in for another long stint with the AHL’s Manitoba Moose. Flip a coin? What becomes of the talented young Finnish winger this season is anybody’s guess at this point. Armia had some jaw-dropping moments last season, some moments that were impressive in a quieter way, and some moments that left...
Via The Hockey Writers
May 30, 2016

Short-handed Jets beat Stars in rematch

DALLAS (AP) -- Joel Armia scored twice to double his season total, and the short-handed Winnipeg Jets beat the Dallas Stars 6-3 on Thursday night. Blake Wheeler and Toby Enstrom scored during Winnipeg's three-goal first period, and Mark Scheifele and Jacob Trouba scored in the three-goal third. Michael Hutchinson had 27 saves. Jason Spezza had two goals for Dallas, including the...
Via Associated Press
February 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Armia scores 2, short-handed Jets beat Stars 6-3

DALLAS (AP) Joel Armia scored twice to double his season total, and the short-handed Winnipeg Jets beat the Dallas Stars 6-3 on Thursday night. Blake Wheeler and Toby Enstrom scored during Winnipeg's three-goal first period, and Mark Scheifele and Jacob Trouba scored in the three-goal third. Michael Hutchinson had 27 saves. Jason Spezza had two goals for Dallas, including the...
Via Associated Press
February 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Buffalo Sabres demote 4 players to AHL Rochester

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Sabres have opened the NHL's three-day Christmas break by demoting four players to their American Hockey League affiliate in Rochester. Forwards Mikhail Grigorenko, Joel Armia and Tim Schaller and defenseman Mark Pysyk were sent down on Wednesday, a day after playing in a 6-3 loss at Detroit. The players had been called up to fill spots on an injury...
Via Associated Press
December 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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