Edmonton Oilers vs Winnipeg Jets: Date, Time, Streaming, More

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The Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets will play game one later tonight. I cannot wait to tune in and watch this one, let’s break everything down. Ahead of the matchup.

The Oilers and Jets played nine times this past season, and the Oilers walked away with wins in seven of the nine matchups this season. The buildup to this series cannot be understated and I cannot wait to get to take it all in.

The regular season ended today with Vancouver and Calgary playing the last game of the season and Connor McDavid walked away with the Art Ross Trophy. While a trophy like that is great to add to the legacy of McDavid, I believe the playoffs are a better place to leave it all on the ice.

Projected lineups for the Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets.

Edmonton Oilers: 

Dominik Kahun – Connor McDavid – Jesse Puljujarvi

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – Leon Draisaitl – Kailer Yamamoto

James Neal – Ryan McLeod – Zack Kassian

Josh Archibald – Jujhar Khaira – Alex Chiasson

Darnell Nurse – Tyson Barrie

Dmitry Kulikov – Adam Larsson

Slater Koekkoek – Ethan Bear

Mike Smith

Mikko Koskinen

Scratched: Tyler Ennis, Kyle Turris, Joakim Nygard, Gaetan Haas, Patrick Russell, Evan Bouchard, William Lagesson, Caleb Jones

Injured: Kris Russell (lower body)

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Winnipeg Jets:

Kyle Connor – Mark Scheifele – Blake Wheeler

Andrew Copp – Paul Stastny – Kristian Vesalainen

Mathieu Perreault – Adam Lowry – Mason Appleton

Jansen Harkins – Nate Thompson – Trevor Lewis

Josh Morrissey – Dylan DeMelo

Neal Pionk – Derek Forbort

Logan Stanley – Tucker Poolman

Connor Hellebuyck

Laurent Brossoit

Scratched: Dominic Toninato, Ville Heinola, Sami Niku, Jordie Benn

Injured: Nathan Beaulieu (hand), Nikolaj Ehlers (upper body), Pierre-Luc Dubois (undisclosed)

Lineups via NHL.com

Game One:

Date: May 19, 2021
Time: 7 PM
Where: Rogers Place
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