WINNIPEG -- The Winnipeg Jets wrapped up their development camp Friday afternoon hoping to find a few answers for the many questions that confront them this summer.
General manager Kevin Cheveldayoff and his staff must determine whether two recent first-round selections, center Mark Scheifele and defenseman Jacob Trouba, can help fill the gaps in a lineup that lost a pair of players.
NHL jobs certainly are available in Winnipeg this fall.
Veteran defenseman Ron Hainsey helped stabilize the Jets' top four over the past two seasons. However, the 32-year-old is examining options as an unrestricted free agent and his return appears unlikely. Center Alexander Burmistrov, the Jets' 2010 first-round selection (No. 8), elected to leave after three seasons for a deal with AK Bars Kazan of the Kontinental Hockey League.