Winnipeg Jets Doppelgangers: Look-A-Likes PART II

Winnipeg Jets, Logan Stanley (64). Mandatory Credit: Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports
Winnipeg Jets, Logan Stanley (64). Mandatory Credit: Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports /
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Logan Stanley #64, Winnipeg Jets. (Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images) /
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Josh Ramsay poses at the 2016 Juno Awards Portrait Studio. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images) /

Logan Stanley and Josh Ramsay

Look-a-like rating (out of 10): At the risk of falling back into self-aggrandization, this feels like a solid 9.

Summary: Does anyone remember “Marianas Trench”, the pop rock band from Vancouver? Well, their lead singer Josh Ramsay is a dead ringer for our very own Logan Stanley. By all accounts, Stanley is more of a Hip-Hop fan, but I’m sure these Canadian lads could bond over some tall boys.

Other Similarities: Josh Ramsay is listed as 6’2″ which is the rock star equivalent of being a 6’7″ hockey player. Reach for the stars you two.

On Stanley: The Jets were 2-3 with Stanley in the lineup and have gone 12-3-1 in his absence. It is specious reasoning to assume causation, but a compelling stat nonetheless

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David Rittich #33, Nashville Predators. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) /
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Mark Duplass. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images) /

David Rittich and Mark Duplass

Look-a-like rating (out of 10): This is a 7 as well.

Summary: I won’t blame you if you vaguely recognize Mark Duplass, but can’t quite put your finger on where you have seen him before. He is a writer, actor and producer. If you watched “The Morning Show”, two things are true: (i) you have horrible taste in TV; and (ii) he plays “Charlie” opposite Jennifer Aniston. I also won’t blame you if you don’t recognize David Rittich. He can be found on the end of the bench.

Other Similarities: Both are very forgettable, with faces you wouldn’t attribute to an actor or a professional athlete.

On Rittich: Jokes aside, Rittich has played well in limited minutes. If the Jets want to make a playoff run, they would be advised to give Hellebuyck a bit more rest, and let Rittich shoulder more of the goaltending burden.