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GAME THREAD: Game 47/56 Edmonton Oilers @ Winnipeg Jets

Oilers look to repeat Monday’s performance in Winnipeg

Edmonton Oilers v Winnipeg Jets
Connor Hellebuyck gets another start for the Jets. He allowed six goals in 40 minutes on Monday.
Photo by Darcy Finley/NHLI via Getty Images

Edmonton Oilers (28-16-2, 2nd in North) vs

Winnipeg Jets (27-18-3, 3rd in North)

28 April 2021

Bell MTS Place


TV: Sportsnet West

Radio: 630 CHED

SB Nation Opponent: Arctic Ice Hockey

Oilers look for another two points tonight just like they did in Monday’s 6-1 romp over the Jets. The Oilers are going with their same lineup tonight, so let’s find three things to look for.


  • Mikko Koskinen gets the nod tonight for the first time since April 7th. A win tonight brings him to .500 on the season. Koskinen’s last performance was a 28 save performance against the Ottawa Senators for a win. What will we get tonight?
  • The countdown is on. Connor McDavid has 81 points and he’s got ten games to get 19 more. McDavid has done well against the Jets this season (including a four point effort on Monday night), is another multi-point night in the cards?
  • Winnipeg’s Connor Hellebuyck gets another kick in the can tonight. Hellebuyck got yanked after two periods and six goals against. Will Connor Hellebuyck get revenge tonight, or will the Oilers feast again?
  • Kahun-McDavid-Puljujärvi combined for seven points on Monday. Can the top line meet or exceed that number tonight?

Winning by a 6-1 margin is always a fun time. Let’s do it again tonight.