Winnipeg Jets vs St. Louis Blues

The Winnipeg Jets head into game four at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO. down two games to one in their series against the St. Louis Blues. Game four takes place Tuesday night at 9:30 PM EST. Television viewers can watch the game live on CNBC and Fox Sports Midwest. Radio broadcast can be heard via WFAN and TSN 1290.

How to Watch

Where: Enterprise Center - St. Louis, MO.

When: Tuesday, April 16, 9:30 PM EST

How (TV/Radio): CNBC, Fox Sports Midwest | WFAN, TSN 1290

Winnipeg Jets (Away)

Head Coach: Paul Maurice{All-Time 695-619-99-116 WPG, CAR, TOR, HAR}

The Winnipeg Jets bounced back huge against the St. Louis Blues in game three with a 6-3 victory after dropping the first to games of the series.

Kyle Connor had two goals in game three (one on the powerplay) and Patrik Laine scored for his third game in a row to help lift the Jets over the Blues.

Defenseman Dustin Byfuglien, whose health was uncertain heading into the playoffs, has stood out in the first three games as Winnipeg’s best performer. Byfuglien has one goal and four assists. He is plus-1 and has two powerplay points. He is currently averaging upwards of 26 minutes per game.

Goaltender Connor Hellebuyck went 34-23-2 during the regular season and is expected to get the start in net for the Jets in game four. He’s 1-2 through the first three games of the playoffs. Hellebuyck has a 3.06 goals against average and .897 save percentage.

St. Louis Blues (Home)

Head Coach: Craig Berube {All-Time 113-77-34 STL, PHI}

Game three saw a somewhat different St. Louis team take the ice as they dropped a high scoring game to the Winnipeg Jets. The goaltending was off, the defense looked slow, and the offense didn’t utilize their usual dump-and-chase strategy against the Jets in game three. But post-game interviews had Blues players saying the performance was a one-off and that the team is far from panic mode.

Alex Pietrangelo leads in playoff scoring for the St. Louis Blues. Through three games, Pietrangelo has four assists and nine shots. Behind him is David Perron, who has two goals and one assist with a 40 percent shooting percentage.

It is expected that Jordan Binnington, who went 24-5-1 during the regular season, will get the start for St. Louis is game four. Binnington is 2-1 in the playoffs with a goals against average of 3.36 and a save percentage of .880.

Series recap (St. Louis leads series 2-1) Game one: 2-1 St. Louis, Game two: 4-3 St. Louis, Game three: 6-3 Winnipeg.

Questions to answer

Was the Blues’ game three performance a one-off as they say or are they starting to slow down after the long second half of the season surge?

Can Blues’ goalie Binnington bounce back from this poor play in game four as Jets goalie Hellebuyck did for game three?

Can Winnipeg keep the offensive surge coming? Can Patrik Laine find the back of the net for a fourth game in a row?

Winnipeg Jets Injury Report

None to report.

St. Louis Blues Injury Report

F Sammy Blais - day-to-day (lower-body)

F Erik Foley - IR (concussion)

Winnipeg Jets at St. Louis Blues Predictions and Odds

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