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January 14, 2017 | 9:23pm ET
Jets could look to move Hutchinson

The Winnipeg Jets may soon have a logjam at the goalie position again this season, and that could result in the team moving one of their netminders prior to the March 1 trade deadline.

Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff has been weighing a number of options this season, and could end up dealing goaltender Michael Hutchinson this season.

During Saturday night's "Headlines" segment during Hockey Night in Canada's second-intermission broadcast, Nick Kypreos reported the Jets could look to move Hutchinson.

Kypreos also noted the San Jose Sharks are exploring the market for a backup goalie, while Elliotte Friedman suggested the New York Rangers could be in play if goalie Antti Rantta, who left Saturday night's game with a lower-body injury, is out an extended period of time.

Hutchinson, 26, has posted a 4-9-2 record with a 3.19 goals-against-average and a .893 save percentage in 18 games with the Jets so far this season.


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