IN THE HANGAR: Jets GM Cheveldayoff sees potential movement at the top of the draft

Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff. (BRIAN DONOGH/QMI Agency)

Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff. (BRIAN DONOGH/QMI Agency)

Ken Wiebe, Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 11:24 PM ET

WINNIPEG - With the 2014 NHL Entry Draft now just three weeks away, teams will be scrambling to compute a wide array of information and go through plenty of healthy debate in order to cement the final copy of their respective lists.

As it stands right now, the Winnipeg Jets hold the ninth overall pick.

A lot of things can happen before Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff steps to the podium to make his first selection on June 27 in Philadelphia, as there are several teams near the top that seem to be open-minded to moving their pick for players that might help them right now.

There are other NHL teams that were ousted from the Stanley Cup playoffs earlier than they would have liked that appear to be a little more open to moving core pieces or picks in an effort to reload.

Could that lead to a little more movement at the top of this draft?

“You hear about that going into every draft, everybody is somewhat open but there are so many different factors that come i


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