Kraken prospect Jagger Firkus
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Kraken prospect Jagger Firkus proving once again he belongs in the NHL

Published May 10, 2024 at 9:30
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It was a proud moment for the Seattle Kraken's organization when Kraken prospect Jagger Firkus of the Moose Jaw Warriors won the Four Broncos Memorial Trophy which represents the WHL player of the year.


The 20-year-old right winger who stands at 5'11» and 161 lbs, was selected in the second round of the 2022 entry draft, 35th overall.

According to eliteprospects.com, Firkus prefers to attack the game from all angles and especially getting to the defence and the netminder he has great technical ability along with great mechanics.



«Thank you to the staff and my teammates. Without them, this doesn't happen.»


Firkus, gave his thoughts on receiving this award and thanked his teammates and congratulated the other nominees.

Firkus' third season with Warriors best in his hockey career



During the 2023-2024 season with the Warriors, Firkus had played 63 games, scoring an incredible 61 goals with 65 assists for 126 points and was a + 31. He currently has a three-year entry level deal with the Kraken which holds a cap hit of $923,333 per season. He has yet to crack the lineup, but with the team looking for offence it appears they may have their source they're looking for rate in the WHL.

Only time will tell, if he can make the NHL next year or spend a year in Coachella with the Valley Firebirds.
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