Winnipeg Jets forward Gustafsson, defenceman Stanley ink 2-year contract extensions

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The Winnipeg Jets have signed forward David Gustafsson and defenceman Logan Stanley to two-year contract extensions.

David Gustafsson’s contract an average annual value of $1.4M, Logan Stanley’s $1.25M

Three hockey players celebrate on the ice.
Winnipeg Jets’ Logan Stanley, centre, celebrates his goal with teammates Paul Stastny, right, and Kyle Connor during a June 6, 2021, game against the Montreal Canadiens. Stanley has signed a two-year contract extension with the Jets. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)

The Winnipeg Jets have signed forward David Gustafsson and defenceman Logan Stanley to two-year contract extensions.

Gustafsson had three goals and four assists across 39 regular-season games, adding one goal in four post-season contests, with the Jets in 2023-24. The 24-year-old also played six games for the Jets’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Manitoba Moose, and had three assists.

The six-foot-two, 196-pound centre was a second-round pick (60th overall) of Winnipeg’s in the 2018 NHL Draft.

The average annual value of his deal is $1.4 million.

Stanley, 26, had one goal and one assist in 25 regular-season appearances for Winnipeg and added an assist in three playoff games in 2023-24. The six-foot-seven, 231-pound blueliner was a first-round pick (18th overall) in 2016 by the Jets.

The average annual value of his deal is $1.25 million.