3 Winnipeg Jets Prospects Who Could Play Their First NHL Game in 22-23

Winnipeg Jets, Brad Lambert (47). Mandatory Credit: James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports
Winnipeg Jets, Brad Lambert (47). Mandatory Credit: James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports /
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Winnipeg Jets, Brad Lambert (47). Mandatory Credit: James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports /

1. Brad Lambert

The eighteen-year-old, Lambert has caused much excitement around Winnipeg Jets country. The 2022 30th overall draft selection had an outstanding training camp and preseason, but he was ultimately released to the Moose. A few days later, he signed an entry-level contract with the Jets.

So far this season, Lambert has appeared in three out of the Moose’s four games. He did not play in the Moose’s win this past Friday against Chicago. In his three games, the Finnish forward has two goals, four penalty minutes, and an even plus/minus.

For the same reason as Lucius, Lambert can provide some dynamic offensive talent to the Jets. He can provide great speed to whatever line the Jets put him on and the young forward can provide the Jets with a much needed offensive boost.

If the Jets continue their goal scoring woes, Lambert could be part of the solution to solve the Jets’ problem.

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