Twenty-five-year-old Tyler Myers made an immediate impact after joining the Winnipeg Jets following a trade with the Buffalo Sabres. In 24 games with the Jets, Myers scored three goals and accumulated 15 points. The 2010 Calder Trophy winning defenceman was also a +9 during his time with the Jets in 2015. Here's a closer look at his season by the numbers:
Tyler Myers went on a four-game point streak from Feb. 14-21, 2015. He scored one goal and had four assists during that span.
In 24 games with the Jets, Myers fired 52 shots on goal. Combined with the 72 he had with Buffalo, Myers had a career-high 124 shots on goal last season.
Myers led all Jets with an average ice time of 23:49 per game.
In 24 games with the Jets, Myers had 15 points.
When he arrived on Feb. 11, 2015, Myers officially became the tallest Jet. He's 6'8" off skates.