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WAIVER WIRE PICKUPS

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PLAYERS the Winnipeg Jets have claimed off waivers since the franchise transferred from Atlanta:

Brett MacLean: Played five games for the Jets last season, taken back via waivers by the Phoenix Coyotes before a month of the season had gone by.

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Ben Maxwell: Signed by the Jets in summer of 2011, lost to Anaheim via waivers, claimed back by Jets a month later; played nine games for the Jets; with St. John's this season

Antti Miettinen: Signed by Tampa Bay last season but grabbed by the Jets on waivers; the 32-year-old winger had five goals and 13 points last season, two goals and four points this season.

Grant Clitsome: Claimed by the Jets from Columbus at last year's trade deadline to help fill the void left by trading Johnny Oduya.

James Wright: Just 23, claimed by the Jets at the start of this season from Florida; has one goal, two points in 29 games in checking role.

Anthony Peluso: Just 23, claimed by the Jets from St. Louis at the start of the season; tough guy has played five games, is currently out with an injury.

Mike Santorelli: Unrestricted free agent at end of season, claimed from Florida Wednesday; the 27-year-old centre has two goals, three points in 24 Panthers games this season.

-- Tim Campbell

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 4, 2013 D1

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