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The Winnipeg Jets have received their weekend marching orders.

With three games in three days spread out from Nashville to Carolina to Newfoundland, the Jets have split their squad into two lineups – one which will travel to Music City then to St. John’s, the other to Carolina and then back to Winnipeg.

"It’s exciting. You want to play games, that’s why we’re here," said Jets’ winger Blake Wheeler.

"Guys start to get the itch a little bit to get out in game action. It was nice to get a couple of games this week... I was in a little bit different atmosphere (in Columbus) than the one here. But regardless it was fun to get on the ice and compete again."

The Jets return home for their final two pre-season games: next Wednesday against Carolina and Friday vs. Nashville.

Winnipeg then has a nine-day break before opening the regular season against the Montreal Canadiens on Oct. 9.

"Everybody has a chance to accomplish something," said head coach Claude Noel. "Everybody has an opportunity to ingrain themselves in what they’re going to be."

Ed.tait@freepress.mb.ca

Twitter: @WFPEdTait

JETTTING TO NASVHILLE AND ST. JOHN’S

6 Ron Hainsey

9 Evander Kane

14 Tim Stapleton

16 Andrew Ladd

18 Brian Little

19 Jim Slater

20 Troy Bodie

22 Chris Thorburn

26 Blake Wheeler

28 Patrice Cormier

29 Johnny Oduya

31 Ondrej Pavelec

32 Edward Pasquale

36 Mark Flood

38 Paul Postma

39 Tobias Enstrom

40 Kendal McArdle

45 Mark Scheifele

46 Spencer Machacek

47 Derek Meech

48 Carl Klingberg

49 Ben Maxwell

50 Chris Mason

57 Jason Gregoire

59 Zach Redmond

61 Mike Forney

63 Ben Chiarot

64 Cody Sol

67 Akim Aliu

71 Julian Melchiori

 

JETTING TO CAROLINA

1 David Aebischer

4 Zach Bogosian

5 Mark Stuart

8 Alex Burmistrov

12 Randy Jones

13 Kyle Wellwood

15 Tanner Glass

27 David Koci

33 Dustin Byfuglien

34 Peter Mannino

35 Chris Carrozzi

41 Jason Jaffray

43 Riley Holzapfel

44 Arturs Kulda

51 Marco Rosa

53 Brett Festerling

54 Shawn Weller

58 Eric O’Dell

62 Travis Ramsey

70 John Albert

76 Shayne Wiebe

77 Kevin Clark

80 Nik Antropov

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