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Less than 24 hours removed from stealing a victory in San Jose, the Winnipeg Jets will be back in action in Vegas to take on a Golden Knights club that gave up a win in their previous outing to the Montreal Canadiens.

Winnipeg Jets (7-7-0 / 4th Central)
@
Vegas Golden Knights (8-5-1 / 4th Pacific)

Nov 2, 2019 – Puck drop: 9:00 PM CST
T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas, NV
TV: Sportsnet – Radio: TSN 1290

@ SJS 3-2 Win Last Game VS MTL 5-4 OT LOSS
3-2-0 (1 W) Last 5 Games 2-2-1 (1 OTL)
Nikolaj Ehlers – 7 Goal Leader Mark Stone – 8
LAINE / SCHEIFELE – 10 Assist Leader Max Pacioretty – 10
Ehlers / Scheifele – 14 Points Leader Mark Stone – 17
14.89% (23rd) The Power Play 24.49% (6th)
67.86% (31ST) The Penalty Kill 90.20% (2nd)
Laurent Brossoit
(1-2-0 / .852 SV%)
Starting Goalie Malcom Subban
(0-1-0 / .857 SV%)
L vs PIT (21-28/ .750 SV%) Last Goalie Start L @ ARI (12-14 / .857 SV%)
4-3-0 ON ROAD Road v Home Record 4-3-1 AT HOME

Last Knights Game

Vegas thought they were on their way to a victory up by two halfway through the third period, but the Montreal Canadiens stormed back with two goals late to tie it and then a Max Domi game winner 26 seconds into overtime to hand the Knights a 5-4 loss.

Fun Knights Facts…

  • The Golden Knights captured their 100th victory as a franchise with a 3-0 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, giving Vegas a cumulative record of 100-59-14. It took the organization 173 regular-season games to reach the century mark as they became the fourth franchise in NHL history to achieve the feat in less than 200 games.
  • All of the Vegas Golden Knights victories this season have come when they have held their opponents to no more than three goals. Vegas is 8-0-0 when allowing three or fewer goals this season.
  • Mark Stone turned in back-to-back-to-back multi-point games to start the 2019-20 season (Oct. 2-8). It was the first time in his career that he recorded multiple points in three straight games to start a season & only the fourth time in his career he has had at least two points in three consecutive games.

What They’re Saying…

There are two different likely lineup options for the Golden Knights defense heading into this game. Either Holden and Merrill stick together and Theodore swaps sides to play with Engelland, or they return to the opening day pairs which had Merrill and Theodore together and Holden with Engelland.

Either way, the top pair minutes will now be handed to Schmidt as opposed to Theodore. That’s what Gallant is talking about when he says “puts everybody where they belong,” and the result of that should be a more noticeable impact on the game for Theodore.

Return Of Schmidt Should Mean Return Of Theodore’s Offense – SinBin Vegas

To say this was a good game all the way around for Vegas wouldn’t be a lie, either. The team had control at 5-on-5 until the third period, with significant leads in all possession categories through the first 40 minutes. The last period wasn’t as good, however, and that’s what allowed Montreal to get back in the contest.

Golden Knights fall to Canadiens in Halloween shocker, lose 5-4 in overtime – Knights On Ice


Last Jets Game

Save by Connor Hellebuyck.
Another save by Hellebuyck.
Another save by Hellebuyck.
Another save by Hellebuyck.

Fun Jets Facts…

  • The Jets have 10 back-to-back sets this season, the third of which is tonight against Vegas…The Jets are 1-1-0 when playing their second game in as many nights this season.
  • Five of Winnipeg’s seven wins have been by one goal this season, including their past four victories.
  • The 53 shots Winnipeg allowed last night marked the 10th time in franchise history the Jets have allowed 50 shots or more in a game and second time in the calendar year (53 – Feb. 7/19 at MTL). The Jets franchise is 7-1-2 when allowing 50 shots or more in a game.
  • Nikolaj Ehlers tallied his fifth goal in his past six games when he scored the game-winning goal with 1:24 left in the third period last night. Six of his seven goals this season have either tied the game or put the Jets ahead.

What We’re Saying…

The one constant this season has been how dynamic Nikolaj Ehlers is. With a goal last night, he continues to build on his team leading goal totals as he’s already scored seven on the year. He’s racked up another seven assists to go along with those goals and is tied for the team lead in points with Scheifele.

WTWF: Brossoit Looking To Duplicate Success of Yesterday

Tonight’s Officials

Referees: Peter MacDougall (38) & Chris Rooney (5)

Linesmen: Darren Gibbs (66) & Ryan Gibbons (58)


Be sure to check out our Twitter feed for any late updates to the game lineups!
You can also get up to the minute lineup combos for the Jets
including power play and penalty kill lines by checking out our line combo page.

Vegas Golden Knight Lines

LW C RW Forwards
Jonathan Marchessault
JONATHAN MARCHESSAULT

Rating: 75.6#24 LW

William Karlsson
WILLIAM KARLSSON

Rating: 75.2#41 C

Reilly Smith
REILLY SMITH

Rating: 75.8#17 RW

FL1 Rating
Rating: 75.53#16 FL1
Max Pacioretty
MAX PACIORETTY

Rating: 77.1#13 LW

Paul Stastny
PAUL STASTNY

Rating: 76.8#24 C

Mark Stone
MARK STONE

Rating: 78.2#6 RW

FL2 Rating
Rating: 77.39#1 FL2
Cody Glass
CODY GLASS

Rating: 73.1#75 LW

Cody Eakin
CODY EAKIN

Rating: 70.7#141 C

Alex Tuch
ALEX TUCH

Rating: 74.2#34 RW

FL3 Rating
Rating: 72.70#7 FL3
Will Carrier
WILL CARRIER

Rating: 70.6#119 LW

Tomas Nosek
TOMAS NOSEK

Rating: 71.1#129 C

Ryan Reaves
RYAN REAVES

Rating: 70.6#99 RW

FL4 Rating
Rating: 70.76#16 FL4
DEFENSIVE PAIRINGS Defense
Brayden McNabb
BRAYDEN MCNABB

Rating: 73.4#50 LD

Nate Schmidt
NATE SCHMIDT

Rating: 75.6#12 RD

DL1 Rating
Rating: 74.48#17 DL1
Shea Theodore
SHEA THEODORE

Rating: 76.0#10 LD

Deryk Engelland
DERYK ENGELLAND

Rating: 72.5#66 RD

DL2 Rating
Rating: 74.23#10 DL2
Jon Merrill
JON MERRILL

Rating: 73.3#54 LD

Nick Holden
NICK HOLDEN

Rating: 73.6#45 RD

DL3 Rating
Rating: 73.44#5 DL3
GOALIES
Marc-Andre Fleury
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY

Rating: 71.2#10 G1

Malcolm Subban
MALCOLM SUBBAN

Rating: 65.3#49 G2

Winnipeg Jets Lines

LW C RW Forwards
Kyle Connor
KYLE CONNOR

Rating: 76.3#17 LW

Mark Scheifele
MARK SCHEIFELE

Rating: 78.0#16 C

Blake Wheeler
BLAKE WHEELER

Rating: 74.5#28 RW

FL1 Rating
Rating: 76.27#12 FL1
Nikolaj Ehlers
NIKOLAJ EHLERS

Rating: 75.2#25 LW

Bryan Little
BRYAN LITTLE

Rating: 72.1#110 C

Jack Roslovic
JACK ROSLOVIC

Rating: 70.7#96 RW

FL2 Rating
Rating: 72.68#21 FL2
Mathieu Perreault
MATHIEU PERREAULT

Rating: 70.3#124 LW

Andrew Copp
ANDREW COPP

Rating: 71.5#121 C

Gabriel Bourque
GABRIEL BOURQUE

Rating: 68.2#120 RW

FL3 Rating
Rating: 69.98#31 FL3
C.J. Suess
C.J. SUESS
David Gustafsson
DAVID GUSTAFSSON

Rating: 73.1#80 C

Logan Shaw
LOGAN SHAW

Rating: 68.6#117 RW

FL4 Rating
Rating: 70.85#13 FL4
DEFENSIVE PAIRINGS Defense
Josh Morrissey
JOSH MORRISSEY

Rating: 74.1#33 LD

Tucker Poolman
TUCKER POOLMAN

Rating: 71.9#73 RD

DL1 Rating
Rating: 73.04#27 DL1
Dmitry Kulikov
DMITRY KULIKOV

Rating: 70.6#112 LD

Neal Pionk
NEAL PIONK

Rating: 72.6#64 RD

DL2 Rating
Rating: 71.58#30 DL2
Carl Dahlstrom
CARL DAHLSTROM

Rating: 70.7#111 LD

Anthony Bitetto
ANTHONY BITETTO

Rating: 69.4#103 RD

DL3 Rating
Rating: 70.01#29 DL3
GOALIES
Connor Hellebuyck
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK

Rating: 69.6#16 G1

Laurent Brossoit
LAURENT BROSSOIT

Rating: 65.5#47 G2

 


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