The Winnipeg Jets are back at the Canada Life Centre this afternoon for game two of their three-game homestand as they faceoff in a Central Division game against the Chicago Blackhawks. The opening puck drop is set for 2 p.m. central time.
The Jets started this homestand well on Thursday night with a thrilling 3-2 overtime win over the Montreal Canadiens. Kyle Connor scored the overtime winner. That win now puts the Jets on a five-game point streak (4-0-1 record)
The Blackhawks also needed overtime to decide their last game, which was also on Thursday evening. Jonathan Toews was able to send the United Center crowd home happy after he scored in three-on-three action to give the Blackhawks a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings.
Chicago’s twenty-three-year-old rookie goaltender, Arvid Soderblom also picked up his first NHL victory in the win against Los Angeles. Through eleven games this season, the Blackhawks currently have a 5-4-2 record.
The Winnipeg Jets will wear their new reserve retro jerseys for the first time as they look to keep their point streak alive
For the first time this season, the Jets will be wearing their new reverse retro jerseys. The jerseys pay tribute to the Jets jerseys from the 1990s and you can read all about them by clicking the link below this paragraph.
This will be one of seven games in which Winnipeg will wear their new reverse retros.
Last season, the Jets and Blackhawks met three times and the Jets won two of those games and the Blackhawks won the other. All of these games were decided in regulation.
Where to Catch the Game
TV: TSN3, NBCSCH
Radio: 680 CJOB
Livestream: ESPN+, SportsNet Now (Both available out of market)
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Winnipeg will have two days off before they conclude this homestand on Tuesday night with another divisional matchup. On Tuesday, the Jets will take on the Dallas Stars.