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|Last 10 Games|
|Jets Re-Sign Frolik |
|(7/29/14) Michael Frolik has re-signed with the Jets on a one-year contract, The Globe and Mail's James Mirtle reports.|
|Jets' Frolik Notches Goal |
|(4/11/14) Michael Frolik finished off goal No. 15 of the season in the Jets' 5-3 win over the Flames on Friday.|
|Jets' Frolik Dishes Out Two In Victory |
|(3/28/14) Michael Frolik handed up two assists in Thursday's win over the Sharks.|
|Jets' Frolik Nets Helper Against Avs |
|(3/10/14) Michael Frolik assisted on Dustin Byfuglien's second goal of the game in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Avalanche.|
|Jets' Frolik Scores Winner |
|(2/2/14) Michael Frolik scored the game-winning goal against the Canadiens on Sunday.|
Jets Re-Sign Frolik
Frolik has re-signed with the Jets on a one-year contract, The Globe and Mail reports.Frolik was reportedly in discussions over a long-term deal to remain in Winnipeg, but instead settled on just a one-year contract. The right winger finished last season with 15 goals, 27 assists, and 42 points for the Jets.
Michael Frolik, Jets agree to one-year deal, avoid arbitration
The Winnipeg Jets re-signed Michael Frolik to a one-year deal, avoiding a team-elected arbitration hearing set for Thursday.
NHL Offseason Review: Central Division
There was plenty of movement in the Central Division this offseason. In fact, it could be the most improved division in the league at this point.
|After getting out of Chicago, Michael Frolik’s production has returned to where it was when he first came into the league. He only missed one game last season and put up 15 goals and 27 assists in the process. He’s expected to play on the first line again with Bryan Little and Andrew Ladd, and his value in his own zone should keep him in the lineup every night once again. The low- to mid-20s seems to be where Frolik’s goal scoring potential peaks, but he certainly holds a lot more value now than he did with the Blackhawks. He can be had for the right price in most leagues since many fantasy owners will still think of him as a penalty killer rather than a top line producer. (Updated 8/13/14) |