The last time these two clubs met in early December the Jets sat 1st in the Central while the Blues were 6th. Six weeks later Winnipeg is sitting in 2nd while St. Louis remains in that sixth spot. Both teams are mired in losing streaks with the Jets currently at three games while the Blues are at four straight without a win.
Winnipeg remains without Dylan DeMelo who is dealing with a lower-body issue while Mason Appleton could potentially be ready to return. Given four days ago David Gustafsson needed “three or four days off” it would seem to make sense that he’ll return after the All-Star break. For now the lines are based on how last game started.
Starts at 10:30 AM.
Jets projected lines & D pairs:
While they’ve hit a bit of a slide of late the Jets home record remains formidable at 17-8-0 while the Blues counter with a 13-12-1 record on the road. Interestingly the goal differential for these two clubs is vastly different with Winnipeg boasting a +27 while St. Louis is at the opposite end of that spectrum sitting at -27. For now the home team are the heavy favourites in the only game to be played this evening.. Be sure to check out the latest game day odds from Betway.
Players media availability:
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Puck drop is at 7:00 pm CST. Be sure to head over to illegalcurve.com following the game for a recap of the action which includes post-game interviews from Jets players as well as from head coach Rick Bowness.
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