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Now with the Winnipeg Jets, Fehr hasn’t even had the chance to do that yet, as offseason shoulder surgery bled into the first couple of months of the season. But the right wing was once considered a top NHL prospect with the potential to be a scorer.

It’s possible it’s just a matter of time until Fehr follows his ex-teammates in taking advantage of a bigger opportunity.

“He deserves to play on the first or second line, the power play, definitely,” Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner said. “He’s got an absolutely deadly shot, and he’s a huge body. He’s a great player. If he stays healthy, he’s tough to handle.”