Jets' Roslovic won't attend start of camp, future with team uncertain

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When the Winnipeg Jets open training camp on Sunday, forward Jack Roslovic won't be present as he awaits word regarding his future with the club, his agent, Claude Lemieux, told the Winnipeg Free Press' Mike McIntyre.

The restricted free agent remains at home in Columbus, waiting to either be traded or given a new contract. The team has already explored trade possibilities, and if a deal doesn't come to fruition, Roslovic must sign a new contract to attend camp.

Lemieux said no progress has been made on either front. Even if a new pact is reached, Roslovic will need to quarantine for seven days upon re-entering Canada.

The Jets hold virtually no cap space, but they could open up some room by placing Bryan Little on the LTIR.

Roslovic, 23, posted career highs of 12 goals and 17 assists last season while primarily being deployed as a bottom-six forward and averaging 14:54 minutes per game.

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