Attempting to shake losing streaks, one is longer than the other, the Winnipeg Jets limp into the Show Me State to battle the St. Louis Blues during National Hockey League action tonight. The Jets are closing a four-game road trip and have lost five straight games while the Blues have been blasted in back-to-back contests. Puck drop for this Western Conference Central Division duel is slated for 8:00 PM ET on November 16, 2015, at the Scottrade Center in Missouri.
St. Louis Blues: Look to get back on track as a pair of blowouts
One of the hotter teams out of the NHL starting gate, St. Louis is looking to get back on track after dropping a pair contests – to the Rangers (6-3) on Thursday and the Blackhawks (4-2) on Saturday. The Blues are 11-5-1 overall and they are tied with Nashville for third place in the Central Division. Jake Allen (7-4 GAA 1.91) gets the start in goal for St. Louis. Following consecutive shutouts, Allen gave up six goals on 31 shots during his last two appearances – one a start and the other in relief.
Winnipeg Jets: Trying to beat the Blues and snap a five-game losing skid in the process
Following a decent start, the Jets posted a 7-3-1 record in October, Winnipeg has fallen on tough times as they are 1-5-1 in November. Winnipeg has played seven of their last eight games on the road. Mediocre at both ends of the ice, Winnipeg has been outscored by a 24-8 margin and they have been shutout twice during their current five game losing streak. Despite allowing three goals on seven shots in his last start, Michael Hutchinson (4-2-1 GAA 2.77) is in net for the Jets tonight.
Jets vs Blues NHL Prediction: Back St. Louis with a 500 unit wager on the money line.
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