Jack Roslovic

Winnipeg Jets

Fantasy Summary

Plays a strong, physical game with a high offensive upside. Could be multi-category contributor in fantasy one day.

Fantasy Upside 7.5
NHL Certainty 9.0
Country USA
Position C
Roster Type NHL
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth January 29, 1997
Height 6‘1”
Weight 192 lbs
Drafted 2015 Round 1; Overall: 25


March 2019 – Roslovic is back in his familiar role on the fourth line, but contributing in other facets of the game aside from the scoresheet. He’s developing into a gritty, two-way forward for the Jets and will be an important part to their success if they have a deep playoff run this season. Jamie Zadow

January 2019 – Roslovic started the year in a bottom six role with the Jets, but has since landed in their top six due to an injury to Nikolaj Ehlers. He still has not managed to make an immediate offensive impact at the NHL level but the fact that he’s surfaced on the second line in a high-powered offensive attack lends itself to a great opportunity. Roslovic has 10 points in 47 games so far. Jamie Zadow


June 2018 – Roslovic collected 49 points in 63 games between the AHL and NHL last season. He even found his way into the Jets’ Western Conference Final run where he played another 10 games and picked up three assists. Jamie Zadow


April 2018 – Since his call-up in early January, Roslovic has stuck with the big club. Although he’s played limited minutes in a bottom-six role, there have been flashes of his offensive upside — four goals and 12 points in 29 games. Plus, Paul Maurice has bounced the 21-year-old up and down the lineup at times and even given him some secondary powerplay time. Roslovic has the potential to be a solid top six-forward for the Jets one day, but it’s just a matter of getting that opportunity on a team with plenty of forward depth. Jamie Zadow


 February 2018 – Roslovic was called up by the Jets in the New Year and quickly saw some time in the top six, but has slipped into a bottom six role following a hot start for the Moose of the AHL — 15 goals and 35 points in 32 games. His stats with the big club are nothing to write home about — three goals and four points in 14 games — and he still has plenty of Jets forwards to pass on the depth chart before he makes any real fantasy impact in the future. Jamie Zadow

September 2017 – Roslovic seems like a sure bet to return to the team’s AHL affiliate following the preseason. There, he should find some familiarity, as he led the Moose with 48 points in 65 games last season. Roslovic projects as a top-six center and will continue working on his skills in the AHL until the big club comes calling. Jamie Zadow

May 2017 – After Roslovic turned pro after the 2015-16 season he never looked back! The young forward managed to get into his first NHL game this past season, but it was his strong rookie pro season with the AHL’s Manitoba Moose, which should have Jets fans excited. The young American has gotten stronger to handle the pro game as it has shown as he added a little grit to his strong IQ and high paced game. This past season he played in 65 games with the Moose and notched 13 tallies and 35 assists for 48 points to lead the team in scoring. Roslovic may need another season or two in the AHL, if for nothing more than to give the Jets a chance to clear some roster space for him to get a regular shift. David Dickenson

January 2017 – Roslovic made the big leap this season to the pro game, joining the Jets AHL-affiliate Manitoba Moose instead of playing in the Ontario Hockey League. He hasn’t looked out of place as a pro thus far scoring eight goals and 13 assists for 21 points in 28 games and earning himself a spot on the American’s World Junior Hockey Championship roster where he helped the team to a gold medal. The bullish forward didn’t set the tournament on fire, only scoring two points in seven tournament games, but was one of the key forwards on his team’s roster. David Dickenson

October 2016 – Roslovic was among the cuts at Jets’ camp, and the big news was Winnipeg sent the young prospect to their AHL affiliate the Manitoba Moose instead of the London Knights of the OHL, who had recently obtained his rights. David Dickenson

September 2016 – The Columbus Ohio native has continued to develop his game and looks like a great all-round player in the NHL as he continues to develop. He plays a two-way game, but still has a knack for the net, but will need to continue to work hard as he starts transitioning to the pro game. He could end up playing for a very good London Knights team this fall, but also could end up cracking the Manitoba Moose given he came from the NCAA and looks physically ready to compete. David Dickenson


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2009-2010 Columbus Jr Blue Jackets QC Int PW - - - - - |          
 2011-2012 Ohio Blue Jackets Bantam Major T1EBHL 24 20 21 41 10 |          
 2012-2013 Ohio Blue Jackets U16 T1EHL U16 40 23 30 53 22 |          
  Ohio Blue Jackets U18 T1EHL U18 4 0 0 0 2 |          
 2013-2014 USNTDP Juniors USHL 34 4 10 14 14 |          
  U.S. National U17 Team USDP 54 14 18 32 30 |          
  USA U17 WHC-17 6 2 4 6 14 |          
 2014-2015 USNTDP Juniors USHL 25 11 27 38 8 |          
  U.S. National U18 Team USDP 65 27 52 79 28 |          
  USA U18 WJC-18 7 6 5 11 4 |          
 2015-2016 Miami Univ. (Ohio) NCAA 36 10 16 26 18 |          
 2016-2017 Winnipeg Jets NHL 1 0 0 0 0 |          
  Manitoba Moose AHL 65 13 35 48 22 |          
  USA U20 WJC-20 7 0 2 2 4 |          
 2017-2018 Winnipeg Jets NHL 31 5 9 14 2 | Playoffs 10 0 3 3
  Manitoba Moose AHL 32 15 20 35 8 |          
 2018-2019 Winnipeg Jets NHL 77 9 15 24 4 | Playoffs 6 0 0 0
 2019-2020 Winnipeg Jets NHL - - - - - |