Tyler Myers

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Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 229
Born:
Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Draft: 2008 1st round (12th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Claude Lemieux enjoys rookie son's NHL debut in Winnipeg

    Claude Lemieux has no recollection of playing his first of what would be 1,215 National Hockey League regular-season games back in 1983 for the Montreal Canadiens. But he’ll never forget watching his son, Brendan, take to the ice for his debut Friday night at Bell MTS Place. “This is exciting. They kind of throw the kids out, I didn’t know about that,” Lemieux told the Free Press moments after Brendan, 21, got the rookie treatment by taking a couple solo laps in the pre-game skate while the rest of the Winnipeg Jets hung back in the tunnel. Claude, his wife Deborah and their daughter, Claudia, flew in for Brendan’s first game against the Minnesota Wild. They were joined in section 121 by Brett

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  • Wheeler's 200th the deciding goal in Jets victory over Wild

    They’d been stuck in neutral the past couple of games, unable to take their high-octane offence out for a rip around town. But the Winnipeg Jets found another gear Friday — albeit hitting a few bumps in the road along the way — as they sped past the Minnesota Wild 4-3 at Bell MTS Place. Blake Wheeler’s first goal of the year — and 200th of his career — with 6:46 left in the final period broke a tie and led the Jets to their fourth win. Kyle Connor made a spectacular play to gain the zone and feed a streaking Wheeler, who deked Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk. It was sweet redemption for the captain, as the Jets had the go-ahead goal wiped out a few minutes earlier after Wheeler was found to have interfered

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  • Playbook: Claude Lemieux watches son's first NHL game

    Winnipeg Jets' Mark Scheifele (55), Blake Wheeler (26) and Jacob Trouba (8) celebrate Wheeler's game winning goal against the Minnesota Wild during third period NHL action in Winnipeg on Friday, October 20, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods

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  • Scheduling quirk lets Jets regroup

    The regular season is barely underway, but the Winnipeg Jets have been forced to hit the pause button as part of an early scheduling quirk that essentially gives them a second crack at training camp. “It’s actually longer than training camp. You never get five days (between games),” coach Paul Maurice said on Saturday, following an up-tempo, hour-long practice at the Bell MTS Iceplex. That’s the reality facing his team these days. After beating the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Friday night, the Jets won’t play again until Thursday in Pittsburgh, then the next night in Columbus. It would likely be an unwelcome break if they were on an unstoppable roll, but the first seven games of the season have been

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