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Game Day Thread: Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames - Sunday, October 19, 2014

The Jets will take to the ice as they look to get back in the win column against the Calgary Flames.

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The Winnipeg Jets (1-3-0...yikes) return to the ice tonight, having lost three games in a row, as they'll take on the Calgary Flames in Winnipeg.  The Jets will be looking to get back in the win column after dropping three in straight to Western Conference foes following their season-opening win in Arizona.

The game is being broadcast on TSN3 (MTS channel 22, Shaw 238).


Winnipeg Jets

Andrew Ladd - Bryan Little - Dustin Byfuglien

Mathieu Perreault - Mark Scheifele - Blake Wheeler

T.J. Galiardi - Adam Lowry - Michael Frolik

Chris Thorburn - Jim Slater - Anthony Peluso

Toby Enstrom - Zach Bogosian

Mark Stuart - Jacob Trouba

Adam Pardy - Paul Postma

Ondrej Pavelec

Michael Hutchinson

Calgary Flames

Joe Colborne - Sean Monahan - Jiri Hudler

Johnny Gaudreau - Mikael Backlund - Mason Raymond

Curtis Glencross - Matt Stajan - Devin Setoguchi

Brandon Bollig - Paul Byron - Lance Bouma

TJ Brodie - Mark Giordano

Kris Russell - Dennis Wideman

Ladislav Smid - Raphael Diaz

Jonas Hiller

Karri Ramo

Player to Watch

For me, it's Mathieu Perreault.  After a disappointing start to the season, the Jets' top only major free agent acquisition finds himself in the Jets' top six forward group tonight, playing on the left wing with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler.  How will Perreault fare in a top six role?  Can he gel offensively with new linemates Mark Scheifele and Wheeler?  Will Paul Maurice and the Jets take advantage of his face-off prowess (almost always 50%+), or continue to trot out the sub-par Mark Scheifele for 15-20 face-offs per game?

Separately, I'll be hoping that the bottom half of the lineup isn't a complete disaster, though without a focus on one particular individual.