The Jets have re-signed one of their remaining restricted free agents though it’s not one of their big two. Instead, the team announced that they’ve inked goaltender Eric Comrie to a two-year contract. The deal will carry a league-minimum $700K AAV in both seasons. 2019-20 is a two-way deal worth a guaranteed $250K per Ken Wiebe of The Athletic (Twitter link) before converting to a one-way pact in 2020-21.
Comrie, a second-round pick (59th overall) of Winnipeg back in 2013, has spent the bulk of his pro career at the minor league level. He played in 47 games with AHL Manitoba last season, posting a 2.69 GAA with a .917 SV% in 47 games, numbers that were pretty close to his ones from 2017-18 (2.58 GAA, .916 SV%).