Winnipeg Jets vs Philadelphia Flyers Preview: Odds, TV, and More

Winnipeg Jets, Blake Wheeler, #26, (Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports)
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The Winnipeg Jets continue their four-game homestand that closes out the 2021-2022 regular season with a matchup against the Philadelphia Flyers tonight at the Canada Life Centre. The opening puck drop is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. central time.

The Jets are coming into this game riding high after beating the best team in the Western Conference, the Colorado Avalanche 4-1 on Sunday night.

Although the Avalanche rested some of their top guns in that game, the Jets were the better of the two sides and scored four unanswered third period goals to pick up the win.  With that win, the Jets broke a four-game losing streak.

The Philadelphia Flyers come to Winnipeg to faceoff against the Winnipeg Jets for their last road game of the regular season

This is the second game of a short two-game road trip before they return to Philadelphia to host the Ottawa Senators in the final game of the regular season.

The Flyers started this trip on Monday night with a 3-1 loss in Chicago against the Blackhawks. Philadelphia has been inconsistent as of late as they have a 2-2-0 record over their last four games.


WynnBET lists the Winnipeg Jets as the favorites over the Flyers.

The Jets are winless in their past four games against Eastern Conference opponents (all four losses came against teams who have clinched spots in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs). But they have won their past two games against teams from the East who will not be making the postseason.

Winnipeg has struggled mightily against Metropolitan Division opponents with a 3-10-2 record against those teams. On the other hand, the Flyers have played .500 hockey against Western Conference teams as they have a 14-14-3 record in those contests.

The Flyers have struggled on the road this season posting an 11-24-5 record, while the Jets have over 20 wins on home ice (20-15-3 record at home).

The Jets and Flyers played their only prior regular season meeting back on February 1, with the Flyers skating to a 3-1 victory.

Where to Catch the Game


Radio: 680 CJOB

Livestream: ESPN+

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