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GDT: Winnipeg Jets vs Chicago Blackhawks

Chelsea Dagger just isn't the same if it's not Roberto Luongo in net being scored upon.

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And so, the Winnipeg Jets and Chicago Blackhawks will clash for the final time in 2015. With Winnipeg winning the first tilt and Chicago taking the second, who will claim victory by the score of 3-1 this time? The Jets will look to end the week on a high note, as they don't play again until Tuesday at home against St. Louis. As for Chicago, a win will put them 6 points clear of Winnipeg, so let's hope that doesn't happen.

Winnipeg, as per Daily Faceoff and Brian Munz:

Andrew Ladd - Bryan Little - Blake Wheeler 
Mathieu Perreault - Mark Scheifele - Drew Stafford 
Chris Thorburn - Alex Burmistrov - Nikolaj Ehlers 
Adam Lowry - Andrew Copp - Anthony Peluso
Ben Chiarot - Dustin Byfuglien 
Tobias Enstrom - Tyler Myers
Mark Stuart - Jacob Trouba 
Connor Hellebuyck 
Michael Hutchinson

Chicago, as per Daily Faceoff and Tracey Myers:

Teuvo Teravainen - Jonathan Toews - Marian Hossa 
Artemi Panarin - Artem Anisimov - Patrick Kane 
Bryan Bickell - Dennis Rasmussen - Andrew Shaw 
Andrew Desjardins -  Marcus Kruger - Ryan Garbutt
Duncan Keith - Niklas Hjalmarsson 
Trevor van Riemsdyk - Brent Seabrook 
Trevor Daley - Michal Rozsival
Corey Crawford
Scott Darling

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For the Chicago Blackhawks, can Patrick Kane extend his points streak to 25 games? As for our Winnipeg Jets, how will Hellebuyck respond to his first career NHL back-to-back? And perhaps most importantly, will Goku survive his fight against Frieza's final form? Find out next time on Dragon Ball Z: Frieza Defeated!