The Winnipeg Jets aren’t any stranger to the playoffs.
The Jets wish to keep it up the momentum that they had when the season was abruptly stopped on March 12 as they tackle the Calgary Flames in the very best of 5 qualifying sequence.
Each groups stack up nicely however the Jets have been 11-5-1 of their newest run whereas the Flames have been 9-7-1. Of their solely assembly this season, Winnipeg got here out on prime. The Jets have a slight edge, averaging extra Objectives For (GF) per recreation, however the Flames put extra pucks on internet per recreation.
Division: Central (4th)
Coach: Paul Maurice
Mason Appleton, Gabriel Bourque, Kyle Connor, Andrew Copp, Cody Eakin, Nikolaj Ehlers, David Gustafsson, Jansen Harkins, Patrik Laine, Mark Letestu, Adam Lowry, Mathieu Perreault, Jack Roslovic, Mark Scheifele, Logan Shaw, Nicholas Shore, Blake Wheeler;
Nathan Beaulieu, Anthony Bitetto, Carl Dahlstrom, Dylan DeMelo, Dmitry Kulikov, Josh Morrissey, Sami Niku, Neal Pionk, Tucker Poolman, Luca Sbisa
Mikhail Berdin, Laurent Brossoit, Eric Comrie, Connor Hellebuyck
The Jets will compete within the Stanley Cup Qualifiers starting on Aug. 1 after they tackle the Flames in a finest of 5 sequence.
Sport 1: Saturday, Aug. 1, 10:30 p.m. ET
Sport 2: Monday, Aug. 3, 2:30 p.m. ET
Sport 3: Tuesday, Aug. 4, 4:45 p.m. ET
Sport 4 (if wanted): Thursday, Aug. 6, TBD
Sport 5 (if wanted): Saturday, Aug. 8, TBD
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