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There were a lot of positives going into yesterday’s game for the Winnipeg Jets. On Saturday night, they ended their five-game losing streak, they were opening up a four-game homestand and were hosting the team with the second-lowest winning percentage in the NHL, the Arizona Coyotes.
Amid what’s been a drama-filled November, which has featured an unexpected scoring drought and a five-game losing streak, will soon draw to a close for the Winnipeg Jets, but first, they’ll need to host the 4-15-2 Arizona Coyotes at Canada Life Centre Monday night.
The Winnipeg Jets host the Arizona Coyotes on Monday November 29th, 7:40pm ET at Canada Life Centre in NHL Regular Season play. The Winnipeg Jets are favored in the matchup, with the moneyline for WIN set at -315.
Winnipeg Jets forward Kyle Connor sealed his team’s 4–2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday with a clutch goal late in the third period. Winnipeg and Calgary were tied 2–2 with less than five minutes remaining in regulation time when Connor entered the offensive zone on a rush alongside Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele.
Last season, it was Andrew Copp who had a breakout performance and broke career highs. This season, it seems as if Neal Pionk is on the same path. He finished the 2020-21 season with 32 points (three goals, 29 assists) in 54 games, which includes 10 power-play points.
For some reason, the NHL’s Department of Player Safety has said it’s no big deal that defenseman Josh Morrissey decided to slash Columbus’ Alexandre Texier after the Blue Jackets scored an empty-net goal.
The Columbus Blue Jackets host the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday November 24th, 7:10pm ET at Nationwide Arena in NHL Regular Season play. The Winnipeg Jets are favored in the matchup, with the moneyline for WIN set at -143.
The COVID-19 shortened 2020-21 NHL season was not kind to defenceman Nate Schmidt. Just one year into a massive $35.7 million contract signed with the high-flying Vegas Golden Knights, the energetic blueliner was heartbroken to hear of a trade to the Vancouver Canucks in time for the start of the season.
The Winnipeg Jets will continue to live life without captain Blake Wheeler and alternate Mark Scheifele. After originally testing positive for COVID-19 on Monday morning, Blake Wheeler was placed in league-mandated COVID Protocol.