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Jets activate Fehr

The Winnipeg Jets have activated forward Eric Fehr.

Fehr has been on the injured reserve list for the season missing 19 games to this point.

Fehr, 25, was acquired by the Jets on July 8, 2011, in a trade with the Washington Capitals, for forward Danick Paquette and a fourth-round draft choice in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.

Fehr, a Winkler native, has played in 230 NHL games with the Capitals scoring 93 points (46G, 47A) and 78 penalty minutes.

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The Winnipeg Jets have activated forward Eric Fehr.

Fehr has been on the injured reserve list for the season missing 19 games to this point.


Jets right-winger Eric Fehr.

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Fehr, 25, was acquired by the Jets on July 8, 2011, in a trade with the Washington Capitals, for forward Danick Paquette and a fourth-round draft choice in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.

Fehr, a Winkler native, has played in 230 NHL games with the Capitals scoring 93 points (46G, 47A) and 78 penalty minutes.

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