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WINNIPEG, April 18, 2024 – The Winnipeg Jets announced today the winners of their regular season year-end awards for the 2023-24 regular season.

The Three Stars Award was presented to goaltender Connor Hellebuyck as the Jets player to receive the most 'Three Stars' honours in 2023-24. The 30-year-old continued his dominant run for Winnipeg: winning this award six times in the past seven seasons. The Commerce, Mich. native ranks in the NHL’s top-five in wins (2nd: 37), shutouts (T-5th: 5), save percentage (2nd: .921), goals-against average (4th: 2.39), games played (3rd: 60), shots against (3rd: 1,798), saves (2nd: 1,656) and minutes (3rd: 3,567). Jets goaltenders Hellebuyck and Laurent Brossoit also lead the NHL in goals against (197) and rank second in goals-against per game (2.42).

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The Wawanesa Insurance Community Service Award was presented to Jets captain Adam Lowry for his commitment to the community. Lowry is in his 10th NHL season, all with the Jets, and has been a consistent presence on the ice and in the community during his tenure. The 31-year-old’s work off the ice includes a variety of events with the True North Youth Foundation and Project 11, taking a leading role in the team’s hospital visits and other community appearances, and post-game visits with children and lucky fans. Lowry has also been an Ambassador with the Toba Centre for Children & Youth for the past two years in their work to protect children and youth who have experienced abuse.

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Finally, the Dan Snyder Memorial Award is awarded each year to the Winnipeg Jets player who embodies perseverance, dedication and hard work without reward or recognition, so that his team and teammates might succeed. Defenceman Dylan DeMelo was presented with the Dan Snyder Memorial Award for the 2023-24 season. DeMelo has set new single-season career highs for points (31) and assists (28), while he leads the Jets and ranks second in the NHL with a +45 rating. The London, Ont. native is second on the team in time-on-ice per game (21:47), and he demonstrates his hard work by leading the Jets in blocked shots (136) and shorthanded time-on-ice per game (2:35), while his 164 hits are fourth-most.