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Jets v Blues live 8 November 2023

7 p.m. CT | vs. Winnipeg Jets. Bally Sports · ESPN+ ... For radio coverage, every Blues game will be available live on 101 ESPN (101.1 FM) and in the Blues App.

For the entire season, the Jets are a middling 5-on-5 team when it comes to goals with an 11th ranked goals for rate and 17th ranked defensive rate, leading to just 51 percent of the goal share. It’s the third-worst mark of any playoff team and that frankly doesn’t scream contender. What’s worse is the underlying process which suggests that the Jets not only deserve such a lowly number, they’re actually fortunate to receive it considering their below average shot share and even weaker expected goals share. More pressing is that over the last two months the team has dropped even further, with its goal percentage following suit. During that stretch, the Jets are last among playoff teams in all of Corsi, expected goals and goals. Jets vs. Blues Prediction and Odds - November 7, 2023 1 day ago — This extensive game preview highlights our Jets vs. Blues prediction and NHL odds. Dimers' picks are made after 10,000 simulations per game, ... Blues vs. Jets Tickets The Jets and Blues are an exciting NHL matchup and one of those games you'll want to see live. It's an epic showdown every time these two teams go head-to ... Will Robert Thomas Score a Goal Against the Jets on 4 hours ago — Blues vs. Jets game ... For the year, both players had an under 50 percent shot share and my model doesn’t view either as particularly strong play drivers. Playing with Connor doesn’t help either as he’s a pretty large negative in that regard. It’s also worth mentioning that much of their lofty point totals this season came from power play acumen and ice-time. Their shared 1. 99 points-per-60 at 5-on-5 ranked tied for 95th this season. Line Combinations: Jets vs. Blues Oct 24, 2023 — Connor Hellebuyck will get his fifth start of the year. Puck drop is set for 7:45 PM central time and the game can be viewed live on TSN. For the Jets trio it’s on the power play as all three thrive with the man advantage, but actually have a lengthy history of being surprisingly mediocre at 5-on-5: 1132 minutes over the last two seasons with a 51 percent shot share and a goal difference of zero. Contrast that with the Blues trio which dominated its 302 minutes to the tune of a 56 percent shot share and a 72 percent goal share. If the two teams go power vs. The situation changes to slightly favour the Jets in the middle six, mostly thanks to having young talents like Nikolaj Ehlers and Patrik Laine spread out to give the Jets a threat on each line. Having Laine, who scored 60 percent of his 30 goals this year in November alone, in a sheltered role on the third line could prove very beneficial as he’s easily the team’s weakest defensive player. It doesn’t bode well though that Bryan Little is the second weakest, however. Laine has struggled for much of this season, but he’s still one of the league’s best snipers. The problem is he’s nothing when he’s not scoring, so as long as he’s filling the net, the Jets are in OK shape. He can be a serious weapon on the third line. The only thing really working in Winnipeg’s favour is its lethal power play that has remained top notch all season, but even that might be mitigated here with the Blues being strong on the penalty kill, particularly over the last 25 games where they rank first in the league doing an excellent job of limiting chances. All of that points to a series where the Jets look like proverbial paper tigers, a team that will get crushed by a Blues team that has been among the league’s best in the season’s second half. And yet, my model remains optimistic. Scheifele and Wheeler have shown enough in the past to suggest they can be better and that notion holds true for a lot of Jets. My model uses three seasons of data to come to its conclusions, and though this season carries the most weight, what the players did in the other two matters when it comes to estimating their ability. That stubbornness can be a gift and a curse as it sometimes can take too long to figure out a team or player has lost it. However, in Winnipeg’s case, I feel OK that it still thinks the Jets’ top duo are borderline elite players – even if they haven’t looked the part for much of this season’s second half, especially at 5-on-5. As for Ehlers, he flies under-the-radar amongst Winnipeg’s other star players, but he’s pivotal to the team earning more chances than the other. Any line he touches usually comes out ahead at 5-on-5 and he’s one of the team’s strongest play-drivers. He’s absolutely dynamite with the puck and is one of the league’s best players at exiting and entering the zone with control, as well as creating chances in the offensive zone. 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