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GDT: Winnipeg Jets at Colorado Avalanche

The Jets are in Colorado tonight to take on the Avalanche. What is an individual player for the Avalanche referred to as? Like, if you play for the Jets, you are a Jet but if you play for the Avalanche what are you called? Are you an Av? Are you a Lanche? Are you an Avalanche on your own that joins with the other Avalanches to make one giant Avalanche? That sounds weird to me. I'm just going to call them Snowflakes....

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The Jets are in Colorado this evening to take on the Avalanche in their last game of this little two game trip before they head home to Winnipeg and kick off a four game home stand. You will recall that their last game ended in a pretty big win against the Dallas Stars in which Hutchinson did Hutchinson things because he is awesomeincrediblegreat.

The game can be seen on TSN3.


Winnipeg Jets

Andrew Ladd - Bryan Little - Blake Wheeler

Mathieu Perreault - Mark Scheifele - Michael Frolik

Chris Thorburn - Adam Lowry - Matt Halischuk

TJ Galiardi - Jim Slater - Anthony Peluso

Mark Stuart - Jacob Trouba

Ben Chiarot - Dustin Byfuglien

Adam Pardy - Paul Postma

Ondrej Pavelec

Michael Hutchinson

Scratched: Julien Brouillette, Patrice Cormier

Suspended: Evander Kane

Injured: Zach Bogosian (lower body), Grant Clitsome (upper body), Tobias Enstrom (lower body)

Colorado Avalanche

Alex Tanguay - Matt Duchene - Ryan O'Reilly

Gabriel Landeskog - Nathan MacKinnon - Jarome Iginla

Cody McLeod - Maxime Talbot - Daniel Briere

Nick Holden - Paul Carey - Borna Rendulic

Jan Hejda - Erik Johnson

Nate Guenin - Tyson Barrie

Karl Stollery - Zach Redmond

Calvin Pickard

Reto Berra

Scratched: None


Patrick Bordeleau (back surgery), Marc-Andre Cliche (oblique), Dennis Everberg (separated shoulder), Jamie McGinn (back surgery), John Mitchell (leg), Ben Street (hand), Brad Stuart (hamstring), Semyon Varlamov (groin), Ryan Wilson (shoulder), Jesse Winchester (concussion)

Who to Watch

And on the other end of the ice: