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Game 15: Jets vs Oilers pre-game report

A look at the game 15 projected lineups and pre-game interviews.

The Jets and Oilers will renew hostilities during this home and home series which will start by closing out the seven-game homestand in Winnipeg.  Edmonton is the top team in the Western Conference with a record of 11-3-0 while Winnipeg sits 2nd in the Central and are an impressive 6-1-1 at home. Should be quite the clash.

Jets bench boss Paul Maurice confirmed no Paul Stastny tonight so you can expect the lines and D pairs as they were in practice yesterday.

Jets vs Oilers

Pre-skate news:

On a positive development note 2017 2nd rounder Dylan Samberg is sufficiently healed up from his high-ankle sprain he suffered on day 1 of training camp as he was reassigned by the Jets to the Moose this morning. Give them quite the stable of D prospects.

Morning skate:

As per Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun goalie Connor Hellebuyck is going through his normal pre-game skate routine. He adds that Dominic Toninato is wearing a full shield after he got hit in the face during practice. And not surprisingly he confirms no Paul Stastny today.

Jets projected lines & D pairs:




Players media availability:

Coach media availability:


1) Has he seen two teammates that can do what McDavid and Draisaitl can do?
2) Is it easier to face them on same line or separately? (:51)
3) How does the Oilers increased depth this season change his game plan? (1:19)
4) What can he do to try to impose the game he wants his team to play? (2:11)
5) Risk profile and coverage (3:27)
6) On Hellebuyck being able to step up after a goal he might want back (4:35)
7) What did he see from Dylan Samberg during the prospect’s time with the Jets? (5:39)
8) Zone time (6:43)

Up Next:

Puck drop is at 7 pm CDT.  Be sure to head over to following the game for a recap of the action which includes post-game interviews from Jets players as well as from head coach Paul Maurice.  You can also join us afterwards for our post-game show here (be sure to smash that like/subscribe button).


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