Winnipeg Jets at Calgary Flames

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The Winnipeg Jets will go on the road and take on the Calgary Flames in a North Division battle. The Jets have a record of 20-11-2 on the season. The Flames have a record of 15-16-3. These two teams have faced each other five times this season with the Jets winning three out of five games.

Jets on Two Game Winning Streak

The Jets are on a two-game winning streak. Their last game was a 5-1 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday. Andrew Copp had a career game, scoring four goals. Mark Scheifele scored Winnipeg’s other goal. Connor Hellebuyck was fantastic between the pipes, stopping 38 out of 39 shots faced.

Offense has been a strength for the Jets this season. They have scored three goals or more in six out of the last nine games. The team ranks eighth in goals per game, 18th in shots per game, third in shooting %, and seventh in scoring efficiency ratio. Mark Scheifele ranks fifth in the NHL with 39 points on the season. Kyle Connor is tied for fourth in goals in the league.

Defense and goaltending have been decent for the Jets this season. They have given up two goals or less in three out of their last four games. Connor Hellebuyck has a record of 15-9-2 with a 2.65 GAA and a .916 SV%. The team ranks 13th in goals against per game, 23rd in shots against per game, and seventh in opponent shooting % and save %.

Flames on Three Game Losing Streak

The Flames have lost three straight games. Their last game was a 3-1 loss against the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday. Mark Giordano scored Calgary’s lone goal. Jacob Markstrom stopped 28 out of 30 shots faced.

Offense has been poor for the Flames recently. They have scored one goal or less in each of the last three games. They rank 23rd in goals per game, 17th in shots per game, 24th in shooting %, and 21st in scoring efficiency ratio. Elias Lindholm leads the team with 28 points.

Goaltending has been a problem for the Flames recently. They have given up three goals or more in six out of their last 10 games. The team ranks 18th in goals against per game, 17th in shots against per game, and 22nd in opponent shooting % and save %. Jacob Markstrom has a record of 12-10-2 with a 2.84 GAA and a .905 SV%. David Rittich has a record of 3-6-1 with a 2.86 GAA and a .908 SV%.

The Bottom Line
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Rating:

Offense has been a strength for the Jets this season. They have scored three goals or more in six out of the last nine games. The team ranks eighth in goals per game, 18th in shots per game, third in shooting %, and seventh in scoring efficiency ratio. Defense and goaltending have been decent for the Jets this season. They have given up two goals or less in three out of their last four games. Offense has been poor for the Flames recently. They have scored one goal or less in each of the last three games. They rank 23rd in goals per game, 17th in shots per game, 24th in shooting %, and 21st in scoring efficiency ratio. Goaltending has been a problem for the Flames lately. They have given up three goals or more in six out of their last 10 games. Calgary has lost three straight games. Winnipeg will win this game and make it three wins in a row.

Prediction:
Winnipeg Jets (+110)

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Rating:

Offense has been poor for the Flames recently. They have scored one goal or less in each of the last three games. They rank 23rd in goals per game, 17th in shots per game, 24th in shooting %, and 21st in scoring efficiency ratio. Defense and goaltending have been decent for the Jets this season. They have given up two goals or less in three out of their last four games. The under has hit in three straight games between these two teams. The under will hit in this game.

Prediction:
Under 6.5