The Jets head into New Jersey looking for their fourth win in six games, coming off a Truly Gritty performance on Long Island.
Their forces continue to be depleted by injuries, as we see Randy Jones exit and Paul Postma come in in his stead. However, the Jets aren't the only team suffering from injuries, as this game will see Ilya Kovalchuk miss out with a pulled muscle, with David Clarkson replacing him on the top line for the Devils.
The Jets will still need to pull together defensively and cut back on penalties if they want to succeed, not only tonight but down the road as well. Rallying around each other's willingness to put the team before the man could be big in games to come as it seems some of this teams potential (looking at you Evander Kane) is finally coming to the surface.
With a win tonight the Jets can begin to pull themselves out of the basement of the historic Southeast Division
#9 Evander Kane -- #8 Alexander Burmistrov -- #26 Blake Wheeler
#16 Andrew Ladd -- #18 Bryan Little -- #13 Kyle Wellwood
#23 Kenndal McArdle -- #49 Ben Maxwell -- #14 Tim Stapleton
#15 Tanner Glass -- #19 Jim Slater -- #22 Chris Thorburn
#53 Brett Festerling -- #39 Dustin Byfuglien
#29 Johnny Oduya -- #4 Zach Bogosian
#38 Paul Postma -- #36 Mark Flood
#31 Ondrej Pavelec
A couple of guesses here, as McArdle has been waived and once again the D pairings are just guess work.
(Ed. Note: McArdle back on roster as Antropov is late scratch)
#9 Zach Parise -- #14 Adam Henrique -- #23 David Clarkson
#24 Bryce Salvador -- #5 Adam Larsson
#28 Anton Volchenkov -- #2 Mark Fraser
Some guy from Montreal
#30 Martin Brodeur
New Player Nickname: Paul "The Postman" Postma
What To Do if You're Going to the Game: Dress like a gangster and ask everybody near you if they know Tony Soprano.
Prediction: Devils 17-0 . Martin Brodeur returns to from and Zach Parise decides to play hockey for the first time in 2 years