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The Winnipeg Jets And Jacob Trouba Face A Salary Arbitration Case This Friday

from Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun,

With an arbitration date set for Friday in Toronto, the clock is ticking for the two sides to get a deal done before the case is heard.

Although each one is different, historically speaking, arbitration cases have been known to cause friction and hard feelings – either in the short term and/or the long term – since the shortcomings of the player are often brought to light by the team in an effort to keep the salary at a more manageable level.

Speaking of history, the fact Trouba sat out the early portion of the 2016-17 season during a contract dispute is something that can’t be ignored, though both sides simply see it as water under the bridge.

Plenty has changed since Trouba, unhappy with his role and the prospect of having to play on the left side, asked to be traded.

He’s taken on a much more prominent role alongside Josh Morrissey, embracing his duties on a shutdown pairing.

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