The Winnipeg Jets are rolling along once again and labeled as Stanley Cup contenders.
Winnipeg has won three in a row and are 7-3-0 in their last 10 games, despite their recent success it looks like there's one unhappy camper.
The Jets and forward Patrik Laine didn't get an extension signed before the season and the 20 year old will become a restricted free agent during the summer.
The forward has eight goals in 17 games this season however seven of those eight goals are power play goals.
Laine has seen his ice time dwindle during 5 on 5 action and is currently playing on the team's third line with Brandon Tanev and Adam Lowry.
Andy Strickland of FoxSports reports that it's becoming an issue for the forward and his camp as he hardly sees any even strength ice time at the moment at all.
It looks like if Laine isn't traded this season, we could see another William Nylander situation considering the Jets only have 11 players signed for next year and just $23million in cap space.