The Jets have re-signed Patrik Laine to a two-year deal worth $13.5 million ($6.75M AAV)
Laine is coming off of a forgettable season but gets a two-year bridge deal close to $7.0M AAV. Laine’s SH% unsurprisingly fell off of a cliff last year after shooting 18 percent in his first two seasons. Even in a “down year,” Laine still scored 30 goals, which showcases how good he is. Look for his SH% to bounce-back a little bit, making Laine a 40-goal threat again in year-4.
Laine (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Source: Ken Wiebe 03/23/18, 1:13 pm EST
Laine is expected to miss 4-14 days with a leg bruise.
Laine (illness) will be back in the lineup on Tuesday.
Laine missed Sunday’s contest with an illness, but will be back in New Jersey. Laine has exceeded expectations during his rookie campaign, scoring 34 goals with 27 assists (61 points) in 67 games.
Laine (illness) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Source: Ken Wiebe 03/26/17, 9:43 am EST
Laine (concussion) will return to the Jets lineup on Tuesday.
Laine (concussion) could return to the Jets’ lineup on Tuesday.
Laine has practiced the past three days and could return tonight after sitting out on Monday. Head coach Paul Maurice called Laine an “option” for tonight, so monitor his status leading up to game-time.
Laine (concussion) was a full participant on Sunday; will not play on Monday.
Laine has missed the last seven games with a concussion, but took part in Sunday’s practice and is nearing a return. Head coach Paul Maurice said that Laine won’t play on Monday but could be a possibility for Tuesday’s game vs. San Jose. The Jets have went 3-3-1 while averaging 3.43 goals per game without Laine.
Laine (concussion) resumed skating on Wednesday; remains without a timetable for his return.
Laine will miss his sixth consecutive game on Wednesday, but he skated this morning for the first time since suffering a concussion on January 7th. Head coach Paul Maurice said Laine remains without a timetable for his return, but monitor his status heading into Saturday’s game vs. the Blues.
Source: @NHLJets 01/18/17, 7:58 am EST
The Jets have placed Patrik Laine (concussion) on injured reserve.
Laine will miss his third straight game with a concussion and remains without a timetable for his return. Laine’s movement to IR created a roster spot too recall Julien Melchiori to be recalled from Manitoba (AHL).
Source: Ted Wyman 01/13/17, 6:20 am EST
Laine is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Laine was crushed by Sabres’ defenseman Jake McCabe on Saturday and sustained a concussion, which will keep him sidelined indefinitely. The Jets did not release a timetable for Laine, so monitor his status on a day-to-day basis.
Source: @NHLJets 01/8/17, 9:39 am EST
Laine left Saturday’s game with an undisclosed injury; will be re-evaluated on Sunday.
Laine was absolutely crushed by Sabres’ defenseman Jake McCabe during Saturday’s loss to Buffalo. Laine is likely being evaluated for a concussion and is considered questionable, if not doubtful to play Monday vs. the Flames.
Laine missed the morning skate, but is expected to play vs. Columbus.
Laine missed Wednesday’s practice and today’s morning skate, but head coach Paul Maurice said he is expected to be in the lineup tonight. Laine has had a great rookie campaign so far, scoring 19 goals and 11 assists (30 points) in 37 games.
Source: Brian Munz 12/29/16, 7:44 am EST
The Jets have selected Patrik Laine 2nd overall in the 2016 NHL Draft.
Source: Bill Hoppe 06/24/16, 3:29 pm EST