Winnipeg Jets 2023-24 Season Review

Winnipeg Jets development camp

The Winnipeg Jets have landed.

The marathon 82-game season is over and they have been eliminated from playoffs in five games for the second year in a row.

The future is bright for this team, but head coach Rick Bowness didn’t get a different outcome this season.

2023-24 By The Numbers

2023-24 Regular Season Record: 52-24-6

2023-24 Season Finish: Second in the Central Division, eliminated 4-1 in round one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the Colorado Avalanche.

Season Additions: Sean Monahan, Tyler Toffoli and Collin Miller.

Season Subtractions: Declan Chisholm and Wyatt Bongiovanni.

Longest winning streak: eight games on two occasions, from Dec. 30th to Jan. 11th and Apr. 1st to Apr. 18th.

Longest losing streak: six games from Mar. 21st to Mar. 30th.

Other Noteworthy Statistics

  • Winnipeg went on a run where they allowed three goals against or less for 34 consecutive games beginning on Nov. 4th and ending on Jan. 22nd. The Jets would post a win-loss record of 27-7-0 during this span.
  • Winnipeg did not have a player who scored more than 72 points.
  • Winnipeg remained undefeated in the regular season during April with a win-loss record of 8-0-0.
  • Winnipeg dominated the month of December with a win-loss record of 10-1-2.
  • Winnipeg’s eight-game win is a franchise record.

How did the Winnipeg Jets perform by division?

Atlantic Division: 9 wins, 4 losses, 3 overtime losses.
Metropolitan Division: 9 wins, 6 losses, 1 overtime loss.
Central Division: 20 wins, 5 losses, 1 overtime loss.
Pacific Division: 13 wins, 10 losses, 1 overtime loss.

Who Made The Lineup From Training Camp?

Kyle Connor – Mark Scheifele – Gabriel Vilardi
Nikolaj Ehlers – Cole Perfetti – Nino Niederreiter
Alex Iafallo – Adam Lowry – Mason Appleton
Morgan Barron – Rasmus Kupari – Vladislav Namestnikov
David Gustafsson (Extra)

Josh Morrissey – Dylan DeMelo
Dylan Samberg – Neal Pionk
Brendan Dillon – Nate Schmidt
Logan Stanley – Declan Chisholm (Extras)
Ville Heinola (injured)

Connor Hellebuyck & Laurent Brossoit

Final Lineup

Nikolaj Ehlers – Mark Scheifele – Gabriel Vilardi
Kyle Connor – Sean Monahan – Cole Perfetti
Nino Neiderreiter – Adam Lowry – Mason Appleton
Alex Iafallo – David Gustafsson – Tyler Toffoli
Morgan Barron – Rasmus Kupari – Vladislav Namestnikov
Axel Jonnson-Fjallby

Josh Morrissey – Dylan DeMelo
Dylan Samberg – Neal Pionk
Nate Schmidt – Colin Miller
Brendan Dillon – Logan Stanley

Connor Hellebuyck & Laurent Brossoit

How Wrong Were My Projected Numbers?

Way back on October 10th, 2023, I wrote a 2023-24 season preview for the Winnipeg Jets. I didn’t project stats for specific players, but I did try to predict where they’d finish. I projected that the Winnipeg Jets would finish the 2023-24 season posting a win-loss record of 49-28-5, which is actually really close in comparison to their true 2023-24 season record of 52-24-6.

For the 2024-25 season preview, which I encourage you to watch out for in early October 2024 right around the time of training camp wrapping up. I expect next year to have many changes for the Winnipeg Jets at various positions, maybe even some heartbreaking changes to the hardworking Winnipeg fan.

Conrad Jack

Conrad Jack is a lifelong hockey fan who is now actively writing for Inside The Rink covering primarily the Winnipeg Jets and the entire NHL second. He also covers the latest NHL News & Rumors, the NHL Entry Draft, and so much more for Inside The Rink.

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