Jets Look To Play The Blues In Winnipeg (Game 6)

It’s game day! 

The Winnipeg Jets take flight tonight to face the St. Louis Blues at the Canada Life Center in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

See how your Winnipeg Jets shape up tonight against St. Louis.

Details for Tonight’s Game

TV: TSN3 for home team coverage, Bally Sports for away team coverage. Regional blackout restrictions may apply.
Radio: 680 CJOB for home team coverage, 101 ESPN (101.1 FM) for away team coverage.
Game 6: Winnipeg Jets (2-3-0, 7th in Central Division) vs St. Louis Blues (2-1-1, 5th in Central Division)
Date: Tuesday, October 24th
Time: 7:45 PM CST

Betting Lines (Per FanDuel)

**subject to change before puck drop**

Winnipeg Jets: +150 Moneyline
St. Louis Blues: -178 Moneyline
Over/Under: 6.5

Previous Game Recap & Statistics

The Winnipeg Jets defeated the Edmonton Oilers in an exciting 3-2 overtime win to end their losing streak. The Jets would mount enough momentum to come back and win the game.

First Period

The Edmonton Oilers would start the party early by looking incredibly dominant for the first half of the period. Darnell Nurse would score in the first 90 seconds posting the early one-goal lead for the Oilers. The Oilers would later get their first of four powerplay opportunities of the game when Evan Bouchard would score. The Oilers had taken an early 2-0 lead, and it looked like this was set to become a blowout.

However, Winnipeg would get an opportunity of their own on the powerplay when Josh Morrissey cut the Oilers lead in half. Both teams would trade opportunities on the powerplay but would remain without a powerplay goal for the remainder of the game.

Second Period

The Winnipeg Jets and Edmonton Oilers would play lockdown defense, nearly holding each other scoreless for the entire second period. However, both teams would take turns on the penalty kill, and Edmonton would really be tested with a 5-on-3 penalty kill. Brendan Dilon and Evander Kane would drop the gloves in a mid-period tilt. Both combatants would spend a lengthy amount of time in the penalty box. In the later stage of the second period, the Winnipeg Jets were on the penalty kill. In the dying seconds of the Oilers’ power play, Vladislav Namestnikov would score a shorthanded goal to tie the game at two goals each.

Third Period

The Winnipeg Jets and Edmonton Oilers played a scoreless period at even strength to lead into overtime.


Overtime was flashy and action-packed. Connor McDavid, who didn’t play during overtime, was later announced with an injury due to this game. Mark Scheifele would put the dagger into the hearts of Oilers fans by scoring late in overtime. Scheifele’s goal was his fourth on the season and captured the Jets’ second win of the season. This win also ended the Jets’ two-game losing streak.

Preview of Winnipeg Jets vs St. Louis Blues

Tonight’s game is a division matchup, and one of 16 games is a part of the NHL’s every plays night, which also sees each game starting in 15-minute increments. The referees for tonight’s game are #7 Garrett Rank and #2 Jon McIsaac, assisted by linesmen #82 Ryan Galloway and #80 Jonathan Deschamps.

St. Louis Blues Notes & Projected Lineups

Brandon SaadRobert ThomasJordan Kyrou
Jake NeighboursBrayden SchennKasperi Kapanen
Jakub VranaKevin HayesSammy Blais
Alexei ToropchenkoNikita AlexandrovOskar Sundqvist
Nick LeddyColton Parayko
Torey KrugJustin Faulk
Marco ScandellaTyler Tucker
Jordan Binnington & Joel Hofer

Pavel Buchnevich has been out with an upper-body injury. There is a chance that he will draw back into the Blues lineup tonight.

For St. Louis, I’d watch how they deploy their lineup against the Jets’ lineup. Winnipeg is a deep team, and to beat them, they need to shut down the Jets’ top lines from the start.

Winnipeg Jets Notes & Projected Lineup

Kyle Connor – Mark Scheifele – Alex Iafallo
Cole PerfettiVladislav Namestnikov – Nikolaj Ehlers
Nino Niederreiter – Adam Lowry – Mason Appleton
Morgan Barron – Rasmus Kupari – David Gustafsson
Josh Morrissey – Dylan DeMelo
Brendan DillonNeal Pionk
Dylan Samberg – Nate Schmidt
Connor Hellebuyck & Laurent Brossoit

Ville Heinola (lower body) is out with an injury
Gabriel Vilardi (lower body) is out with an injury

Lineup Changes From Last Game & AHL Callups

There have been no AHL callups since Dominic Toninato was called up to the NHL. Alex Iafallo was promoted to the third line, while Mason Appleton was demoted to the third line. Connor Hellebuyck starts in net for the Winnipeg Jets tonight.

Which Winnipeg Jet Is Close To Career Milestones

  • Nikolaj Ehlers is two points away from 400 career points. He could achieve this tonight versus St. Louis if he records a two-point game.
  • Mason Appleton is two assists away from 50 career assists. He could achieve this tonight versus St. Louis if he records a two-assist game.
  • Vladislav Namestnikov is three assists away from 150 career assists. He could achieve this tonight versus St. Louis if he records a three-assist game.
  • Brendan Dillon is three assists away from 150 career assists. He could achieve this tonight versus St. Louis if he records a three-assist game.
  • Josh Morrissey is four points away from 250 career points. He could achieve this tonight versus St. Louis if he records a four-point game.
  • Declan Chisholm can record his first career NHL point if he scores a goal or records an assist in tonight’s game versus St. Louis.

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