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Jets' David Gustafsson: Healthy, headed to AHL

Gustafsson (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Friday and reassigned to AHL Manitoba. Gustafsson has suited up for a pair of games (Dec. 17 and Jan. 2) for the big club this season, going scoreless and recording just 4:56 of combined ice time. He'll head back to the Moose looking to build upon his modest seven points in 13 contests in 2021-22.
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Jets’ David Gustafsson returns to practice in non-contact jersey; will travel on two-game road trip

One day after defeating the Minnesota Wild 2-0, the Winnipeg Jets received an encouraging injury update on forward David Gustafsson, who returned to practice Wednesday wearing a non-contact jersey. Following the club’s practice, interim coach Dave Lowry revealed there’s still no timeline for Gustafsson’s return, however, he’ll travel with the...
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Travelling on road trip

Gustafsson (lower body) will travel on the upcoming road trip, per Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site. Gustafsson has no clear timeline for recovery but practiced Wednesday in a non-contact jersey, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports. The 21-year-old will be eligible to return as soon as he is healthy, but is unlikely to be a hot commodity in fantasy circles as he has participated in just six contests over the last two seasons and has yet to tally his second NHL point.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Officially on LTIR

Gustafsson (lower body) was transferred to long-term injured reserve Tuesday. Gustafsson was already expected to be out long-term. While he'll be eligible to return in early February, the 21-year-old is expected to need more time than that to heal from his injury.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Facing long-term absence

Gustafsson (lower body) is expected to be sidelined long term according to coach Dave Lowry, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Gustafsson has played in two games this season in which he failed to tally any significant stats while averaging a meager 2:28 of ice time. At this point, even once cleared to play, the 21-year-old center shouldn't be expected to see much in the way of minutes, making him a relative non-factor in fantasy contests.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Lands on IR

Gustafsson (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Thursday. Gustafsson has appeared in two NHL contests this season, going scoreless in less than three minutes of ice team in each.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Won't play Tuesday

Gustafsson (lower body) was ruled out for Tuesday's contest in Arizona on Monday, per Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun. Gustafsson will continue to have his playing status evaluated prior to each contest. The 21-year-old has seen limited ice time and been a day-to-day consideration since suffering the initial lower-body injury Dec. 17.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: On ice Sunday

Gustafsson (lower body) was at practice Sunday, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Gustafsson suffered an injury against Washington on Dec. 17 and missed the Jets' final game before the holiday break. It appears that he's back to full health and should be available Wednesday against Chicago.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Done for night

Gustafsson (lower body) won't return to Friday's game versus the Capitals. It's unclear how Gustafsson was injured, but he was ruled out for the game midway through the second period. The 21-year-old logged just 2:37 of ice time in the game. If he can't play Sunday versus the Blues, the Jets will either have to play with 11 forwards or call someone up from AHL Manitoba.
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Jets promote David Gustafsson from AHL’s Moose; expected to make season debut Friday

Ahead of Friday’s matchup against the Washington Capitals, the Winnipeg Jets have recalled a 12th forward for that contest, promoting prospect David Gustafsson from the Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League, the team announced Thursday. With captain Blake Wheeler recovering from a lower-body injury, Gustafsson, 21, will be...
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The Winnipeg Jets Recall David Gustafsson from the Moose

Just hours ago, our site wrote an article about which player from the Manitoba Moose the Winnipeg Jets should recall due to Blake Wheeler’s injury and the fact the Jets now only have eleven forwards and seven defensemen on their roster. (You can read that article by clicking here or the “NEXT” link at the bottom of this article.)
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Recalled from AHL Manitoba

Gustafsson was brought up from the minors Thursday. Gustafsson has played exclusively in the minors this season, logging 23 games for the Moose in which he tallied seven goals and nine assists. The Jets have been rolling with seven defensemen the last few games but could opt to utilize Gustafsson instead versus the Capitals on Friday.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Shipped back to AHL

Gustafsson was reassigned to AHL Manitoba on Sunday, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports. A second-round draft pick in 2018, Gustafsson hasn't done much in limited NHL action, posting a single point across 26 games while averaging less than six minutes of ice time. He recorded 19 points in 22 games last year with the Moose, though, so if he continues to develop his game in the minors, he's likely to get another shot with the Jets soon.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Added to playoff roster

Gustaffson was recalled to the Jets' main roster Monday. Gustafsson will be part of the Jets' expanded playoff roster and provide forward depth in the event injuries strike.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Dropped to minors

Gustafsson was demoted to AHL Manitoba on Thursday. While Gustafsson's reassignment could be nothing more than a paper transaction, it also might be an indication the Adam Lowry (upper body) will be available against Montreal on Friday. The 21-year-old Gustafsson will likely struggle to break into the lineup the rest of the season, making him a non-factor in fantasy contests.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Promoted to taxi squad

Gustafsson was reassigned to the taxi squad Wednesday. Gustafsson hasn't appeared in a game for Winnipeg since Feb 4 against Calgary, when he logged a meager 5:33 of ice time. Even with his promotion to the taxi squad, fantasy players probably shouldn't be expecting much in the way of fantasy value from the 21-year-old center.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Shuffles to minors

Gustafsson was assigned to AHL Manitoba on Thursday. Gustafsson has been on the taxi squad since Feb. 11, and he hasn't played at the NHL level since Feb. 4. A second-round pick in 2018, Gustafsson should handle consistent top-six minutes in the AHL as he looks to fine-tune his craft before his next NHL opportunity.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Sent to taxi squad

Gustafsson was demoted to the taxi squad Thursday. Gustafsson has appeared in four games with the Jets this season but hasn't registered a point. The 20-year-old center has routinely jumped between the taxi squad and active roster and should continue doing so for most of the season.
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Jets' David Gustafsson: Moves to active roster

Gustafsson was activated from the taxi squad Tuesday. Jansen Harkins (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, opening a spot for Gustafsson to rise to the active roster. It's uncertain if he'll suit up for Tuesday's game against the Flames. The 20-year-old has suited up for four games this year, averaging just 5:49 of ice time per contest with no points to show for it.
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