Three AHL rookies and a veteran goaltender are heading down the hallway at Canada Life Centre and joining the Winnipeg Jets for the final regular season game.

The Jets announced late Thursday morning that forwards Nikita Chibrikov, Parker Ford, and Brad Lambert and goaltender Collin Delia have been recalled from the Manitoba Moose.

Twenty-year-old Brad Lambert leads the Moose in points this season with 54 points, including 20 goals. His 34 assists has him tied for the most among AHL rookies, as well. The Lahti, Finland native was Winnipeg’s first-round pick (30th overall) in the 2022 NHL Draft.

Goaltender Delia has played 32 games for the Moose this season and put up an 11-19-1 record with a 3.55 goals-against average and a .872 save percentage. He's seen big league action before, with 52 career NHL games between the Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks, recording a total 19-18-7 record.

Chibrikov has managed to put up 46 points (17G, 29A) in 69 games with the Moose. He's ranked in the top-10 for AHL rookies in power play goals (7), points, and assists (29). He was Winnipeg’s second-round pick (50th overall) in the 2021 NHL Draft.

Ford is a 23-year-old rookie in the AHL, being an undrafted free agent who signed a two-year contract with the Jets on March 25/23. He's played 70 games this year and recorded 39 points (17G, 22A).

The Jets close out the 23/24 regular season Thursday night hosting the Pacific Division-leading Vancouver Canucks.

Their attention then turns to Central Division rivals, Colorado Avalanche for round one of the NHL Playoffs. The schedule for the playoffs will be released after the regular season wraps up.