Winnipeg Jets Look to End Two-Game Skid as they Host St. Louis Blues

St. Louis Blues, Tyler Bozak (21); Winnipeg Jets, Adam Lowry (17). Mandatory Credit: Terrence Lee-USA TODAY Sports
St. Louis Blues, Tyler Bozak (21); Winnipeg Jets, Adam Lowry (17). Mandatory Credit: Terrence Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

The Winnipeg Jets finish their short two-game homestand tonight as they host the St. Louis Blues at the Canada Life Centre. The game is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. central time.

Both the Jets and Blues were last in action on Saturday. The Jets started their homestand with a 4-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The St. Louis Blues had a different result on Saturday as they skated to a 2-0 win in their Saturday contest at Rogers Place against the Edmonton Oilers. Jordan Binnington stopped all 23 shots he faced en route to his first shutout of the season.

The Winnipeg Jets will look to give the St. Louis Blues their first loss of this season

With Saturday’s win in Edmonton, the Oilers improved to a perfect 3-0-0 this season. They started their season with a 5-2 win at home against the Blue Jackets and then won their next two games on the road.

On the other hand, the Jets are currently on a two-game losing streak and have started this season with a 2-3-0 record.

This is the first of four matchups between Winnipeg and St. Louis this season. The next meeting between these teams will be in early December in St. Louis.

*After this article was published, at 5:30 p.m. central time, the Winnipeg Jets announced that Rick Bowness will not be on the bench tonight and Scott Arniel will take over as head coach for the Jets in tonight’s central division game.*

Where to Catch the Game


Radio: 680 CJOB (Jets), 101 ESPN (Blues)

Livestream: TSN APP,, ESPN+,

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After the conclusion of tonight’s game, the Jets will hit the road for their second three-game road trip of the season. The Jets will again play three games in four nights as they face a back-to-back on Thursday and Friday against the Los Angeles Kings and Arizona Coyotes. Then the Jets will finish the road trip in Vegas on Sunday night.

Friday night’s game at the Coyotes is the Coyotes’ home opener as they begin their tenure at Arizona State University’s Mullett Arena.