The Jets put a stop to their losing streak last night as they defeated the Senators 5-1 in Ottawa to pick up their 30th win of the season. Might the team chose to insert one of the healthy scratches (Gagner, Heinola or Capobianco) back into the lineup? The presumption is that David Rittich will get the net against Philadelphia.
No skate as they played last night.
Jeff Hamilton of the Winnipeg Free Press confirms that the Jets will use same lineup with exception that David Rittich starts in net.
Jets projected lines & D pairs:
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After facing the second worst team in the Atlantic Division (based on points) the Jets move on to face the second worst team in the Metropolitan Division (based on points) in Philadelphia. The 20-20-7 Flyers are 10-11-1 at home although they have been playing better of late going 7-3-0 in their last ten. Their -20 goal differential isn’t the most stellar and because of the above the oddsmakers favour the Jets in a big way this evening. Be sure to check out the latest game day odds from Betway.
Coach media availability:
Puck drop is at 6:00 pm CST. 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 Rick Bowness.
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