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The Winnipeg Jets find themselves in familiar territory at Scottrade Center as they take on an interdivisional rival, the St. Louis Blues. The Winnipeg Jets are coming off a 5-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday. It's possible that Patrik Laine was the best player on the ice for the Winnipeg Jets with 2 points. Patrik Laine is currently in the top bunch for his team offensively. Shawn Matthias scored in the first period. It was a multi-point game for Andrew Copp who picked up 2 points. Andrew Copp is in the top five in points for his team this year. Bryan Little had a big night with 1 goals and 1 assists. Bryan Little is in the top five in points for his team this year. It was a multi-point game for Mark Scheifele who picked up 2 points. Mark Scheifele has been solid this year with 48 total points.
Jake Allen is expected to get the call here. His team gave him a small workload in his last game, allowing 0 goals on 3 shots. In Jake Allen's last 3 appearances, he has posted a 0.8 save percentage.
We have Ondrej Pavelec penciled in as the confirmed starter for the Winnipeg Jets. In Pavelec's latest appearance, he faced 26 shots and allowed 4 goals.
Ken Hitchcock has coached his team into one of the best puck possessing teams currently. The St. Louis Blues are 16-7-4 when playing at home this season. The Winnipeg Jets have gone 10-14-3 on the road. The St. Louis Blues have gone 9-10 when playing Western-Central opponents this season. The Winnipeg Jets have gone 11-5 when playing Western-Central opponents this season. The St. Louis Blues have been okay when playing against a team with a record above .500, posting 10 wins and 12 losses.
All of the value in this line is on the road club. Back the Winnipeg Jets in this one.
Game Time: 8:05 PM ET
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