July 2, 2015


Record: 43 – 26 – 13

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The Winnipeg Jets' 2013 draft class:

First round

J.C. Lipon

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J.C. Lipon

Eric Comrie

CP

Eric Comrie

13th overall

Joshua Morrissey, D

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Prince Albert70153247

International Scouting Service NHL potential: Top 3 defender who QBs the PP.

Second round

43rd overall

Nicolas Petan, C

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Portland714674120

International Scouting Service NHL potential: 6-9 level forward who will put up great secondary offensive numbers.

59th overall

Eric Comrie, G

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Tri-City3720-142.62.913

International Scouting Service says: Moves well, has a good glove, stretches out well for saves and is sound positionally. He could be a steal.

Third round

84th overall

Jimmy Lodge, C

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Saginaw64283967

International Scouting Service says: NHL potential: Top 6 forward as well as PP and PK.

91st overall

J.C. Lipon, RW

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Kamloops61365389

International Scouting Service says: Already passed through two drafts; made Canada's WJC team, faltered at that event but caught fire again. Great speed, quick hands.

Fourth round

104th overall

Andrew Copp, C

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Michigan38111021

International Scouting Service says: NR

114th overall

Jan Kostalek, D

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Rimouski4851518

International Scouting Service says: Still offensively raw, underappreciated in our view.

Fifth round

127th overall

Tucker Poolman, D

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Omaha64141428

International Scouting Service says: NR

Sixth round

No selections

Seventh round

190th overall

Brenden Kitchton, D

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Spokane71226385

International Scouting Service says: NR; originally drafted by NY Islanders and re-entered draft.

194th overall

Marcus Karlstrom, D, AIK U-18 (Sweden-Jr U-18)

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AIK-J1840143044

International Scouting Service says: NR

-- Ed Tait

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 2, 2013 C1

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