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Game 43: Jets vs Senators pre-game report

A look at the game 43 projected lineups and pre-game interviews.

The Jets have won two of their three games on this road trip but their last contest on Monday against the Senators left a bad taste as a two goal lead evaporated with four straight by Ottawa to take the game.

Canadian Tire Centre side view

Morning skate news:

It was an optional skate for the team today.

Roster news:

Jets coach Paul Maurice confirms it will be the same lineup except Laurent Brossoit in net.

Jets projected lines & D pairs:

Connor-Scheifele-Ehlers
Stastny-Dubois-Copp
Perreault-Lowry-Appleton
Harkins-Thompson-Lewis

Morrissey-DeMelo
Forbort-Pionk
Stanley-Poolman

Brossoit
Hellebuyck

Players media availability:

Coach media availability:

Topics:

1. Lineup for tonight?
2. Integrating a new player during covid.
3.  Tinkering with the lines.
4. List of priorities for final 14 games and trying to get team to peak at right time.
5. On trying new D pairings.

Up Next:

Puck drop is at 6:00 pm CDT.  Be sure to head over to illegalcurve.com 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).

Another busy day for Jets, Moose and Ice news on https://illegalcurve.com/

Ensure you are up-to-date before we start all over again tomorrow morning.

The Winnipeg Ice have found their captain for the 2022-23 season and it will be Winnipegger Carson Lambos who just got back from Minnesota Wild camp.

The team also announced the rest of their leadership group.

https://illegalcurve.com/winnipeg-ice-name-winnipegger-carson-lambos-captain-and-confirm-leadership-group/

The Jets may be off but the Moose were not.

Following skate Jets 2021 1st rounder Chaz Lucius spoke as did Simon Kubicek.

https://illegalcurve.com/manitoba-moose-training-camp-day-4/

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