Winnipeg Jets vs. St. Louis Blues Prediction, NHL Odds

David Bastl | Updated Feb 06, 2020

Patrik Laine, Jets, 2019

Despite being seperated by 15 points in the standings, the Jets are 9-3 in their last 12 games in St. Louis.

February 06, 2020, 8:00 PM ET
Enterprise Center
St. Louis
Puckline +1.5 -140
Moneyline +175
Over / Under o +6


Betting Action


Puckline -1.5 +120
Moneyline -195
Over / Under u +6


Betting Action


The Jets have taken three of a possible four points in their last two games. Now they head to St. Louis to try to take a piece out of the Blues; a team they knocked off in Winnipeg just five nights ago.

Jets vs. Blues Betting Analysis

The Blues had their four-game winning streak against the Jets snapped last week in Winnipeg. Prior to that, three out of the four games the Blues won were decided by one goal.

The road team in this series is 11-4 in the last 15 games. The Jets are 9-3 in their last 12 games in St. Louis.

The under is 5-2-1 in the last eight games head-to-head.

Winnipeg Jets

The Jets dropped a decision to the Predators at home on Tuesday night. Mason Appleton scored the team’s only goal of the game. In the team’s last seven losses, the Jets have scored just nine goals. Forward Nikolaj Ehlers is on a goalless drought of 10 games that dates back to January 8.

Connor Hellebuyck was the game’s first star stopping 35 of 37 shots versus the Predators. He was the main reason the Jets captured the single point in the 2-1 overtime loss. The team is 1-1-1 since the All-Star break.

The Jets have had some decent success in St. Louis including two victories last year in the post season.

The team welcomed back Nathan Beaulieu from IR. He could see his first action Thursday night in St. Louis since December 31.

St. Louis Blues

The Blues skated past the Hurricanes 6-3 on Tuesday night. Brayden Schenn picked up a pair of goals and an assist, while Zach Sanford added goals seventh and eighth on the season.

Speaking of Schenn, he has 11 points over the last 10 games playing alongside Jaden Schwartz and Robert Thomas. The trio forms the Blues strong second line. They are also key in the Blues holding the fourth best power-play in the NHL, producing at a 25 percent rate.

The Blues have had some interesting offensive production as of late. Against the Jets on February 1, the Blues had 40 shots on goal and only got two goals. St. Louis had six goals on their first 20 shots on goal against the Hurricanes and ended the night with 26.

David Perron leads the Blues in scoring with 23 goals, adding 30 assists for 53 points.

The Blues lead the Central division with 72 points and have an impressive 10-4-1 mark against the division this season.

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