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Game Day: Jets vs. Panthers

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ABOUT THE PANTHERS Despite an injured list that features names like Kris Versteeg, Ed Jovanovski, Stephen Weiss and Jose Theodore, the Panthers are 6-4 in their last 10 and 4-1 in their last five games. Jonathan Huberdeau continues to lead all NHL rookies in scoring with 13 goals and 14 assists. The Panthers power play has notched seven goals in is last five games, going 7 of 14 over that stretch. They are 12-3-1 when scoring at least one goal with the man advantage. This is the last Southeast Division matchup between the Panthers and Jets/Thrashers franchise. The Panthers hold a 31-30-5-12 record all-time against Winnipeg/Atlanta. Florida is coming off a 2-1 win over Ottawa Sunday night, despite being outshot 41-17. Scott Clemmensen was solid, kicking out 40 of 41 shots. Interestingly, the Panthers are 5-1 in games in which they have yielded 40 shots or more.

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec

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Scott  Clemmensen

Scott Clemmensen

ABOUT THE PANTHERS

  • Despite an injured list that features names like Kris Versteeg, Ed Jovanovski, Stephen Weiss and Jose Theodore, the Panthers are 6-4 in their last 10 and 4-1 in their last five games.
  • Jonathan Huberdeau continues to lead all NHL rookies in scoring with 13 goals and 14 assists.
  • The Panthers power play has notched seven goals in is last five games, going 7 of 14 over that stretch. They are 12-3-1 when scoring at least one goal with the man advantage.
  • This is the last Southeast Division matchup between the Panthers and Jets/Thrashers franchise. The Panthers hold a 31-30-5-12 record all-time against Winnipeg/Atlanta.
  • Florida is coming off a 2-1 win over Ottawa Sunday night, despite being outshot 41-17. Scott Clemmensen was solid, kicking out 40 of 41 shots. Interestingly, the Panthers are 5-1 in games in which they have yielded 40 shots or more.

 

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec

35 Al Montoya

 

3 Jacob Trouba

4 Paul Postma

5 Mark Stuart

6 Ron Hainsey

7 Derek Meech

8 Alex Burmistrov

9 Evander Kane

12 Olli Jokinen

13 Kyle Wellwood

14 Anthony Peluso

15 Mike Santorelli

16 Andrew Ladd

17 James Wright

18 Bryan Little

20 Antti Miettinen

21 Aaron Gagnon

22 Chris Thorburn

23 Arturs Kulda

24 Grant Clitsome

26 Blake Wheeler

27 Eric Tangradi

33 Dustin Byfuglien

Jonathan  Huberdeau

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Jonathan Huberdeau

39 Toby Enstrom

44 Zach Bogosian

 

FLORIDA PANTHERS

30 Scott Clemmensen

35 Jacob Markstrom

 

3 TJ Brennan

7 Dmitry Kulikov

11 Jonathan Huberdeau

12 Jack Skille

14 Tomas Fleischmann

15 Drew Shore

17 Filip Kuba

18 Shawn Matthias

19 Scottie Upshall

22 George Parros

23 Tyson Strachan

27 Nick Bjugstad

42 Quinton Howden

44 Erik Gudbranson

51 Brian Campbell

57 Marcel Goc

75 Scott Timmins

82 Tomas Kopecky

88 Peter Mueller

(Lineups subject to change)

 

—Tait

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