St. Louis Blues @ Winnipeg Jets Odds

St. Louis Blues
Winnipeg Jets

Blues @ Jets Record

St. Louis Blues
Winnipeg Jets
6 wins / 0 draws / 4 defeats
  • St. Louis Blues @ Montreal Canadiens3-6
  • St. Louis Blues @ Ottawa Senators6-4
  • St. Louis Blues @ Toronto Maple Leafs3-2
  • Dallas Stars @ St. Louis Blues2-3
  • Washington Capitals @ St. Louis Blues3-4
  • St. Louis Blues @ Detroit Red Wings1-4
  • Dallas Stars @ St. Louis Blues2-1
  • Columbus Blue Jackets @ St. Louis Blues3-5
  • St. Louis Blues @ Washington Capitals2-3
  • St. Louis Blues @ Dallas Stars2-0
4 wins / 0 draws / 6 defeats
  • Arizona Coyotes @ Winnipeg Jets4-2
  • Pittsburgh Penguins @ Winnipeg Jets7-2
  • Minnesota Wild @ Winnipeg Jets2-5
  • Winnipeg Jets @ Pittsburgh Penguins4-1
  • Winnipeg Jets @ New York Islanders1-4
  • Winnipeg Jets @ New York Rangers4-6
  • Edmonton Oilers @ Winnipeg Jets5-3
  • Winnipeg Jets @ Calgary Flames0-2
  • Calgary Flames @ Winnipeg Jets1-4
  • Minnesota Wild @ Winnipeg Jets1-4

Blues @ Jets Game Preview

One of the most lopsided rivalries over the past few years, Winnipeg has dominated St. Louis in the Central Division. The Blues used to be up-and-coming contenders, similar to the Jets a couple of years ago. Unlike Winnipeg, St. Louis never lived up to their promise as NHL betting favorites, faltering when winning mattered most.

Last season, the Jets were close to appearing in the Stanley Cup finals for the first time, but they ran into historical greatness when the Golden Knights won the western conference finals in five games. St. Louis made the conference finals in 2016, but weren’t able to make the leap to the next level. Now, the Blues struggle at the bottom of the Central while the Jets fight for the conference crown once again.

Even worse, St. Louis deals with a lineup devasted by injury. Jaden Schwartz, Alex Pietrangelo and Alex Steen won’t suit up, depriving the Blues of some of their most important contributors. Winnipeg’s walking wounded too, without Dustin Byfuglien, Josh Morrisey and Dmitry Kulikov, but the Jets depth at every position allows the club to employ a “next-man-up” mentality without skipping a beat, including defense.

Patrik Laine, Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler and the Jets outstanding top six forwards are healthy and firing on all cylinders. As such, there’s little chance that the Blues will be able to keep up with the Jets.

Jets vs Blues - Canada Sports Betting

Blues vs. Jets Predictions

  • 1

    Winnipeg has high probability of winning.

  • 2

    Consider the Jets puckline to boost profit.

  • 3

    Over/under is six - over is the more likely result.

St. Louis Blues vs. Winnipeg Jets Head-to-Head History

Some NHL rosters happen to match up well against other clubs, despite a similar level of talent. Winnipeg’s completely dominated St. Louis over the past few seasons, winning 11 of 13 meetings against the Blues since the beginning of 2016. 

x powerhouse, their winning margin has grown significantly. Three of four consecutive wins by the Jets have been by four goals, outscoring the Blues 22-9 during this stretch.

Winnipeg tends to destroy St. Louis regardless of the rink, but it’s worth noting that the Blues have won in Manitoba once since 2005. Over their past four meetings at the Bell MTS Place, the Jets have shut out the Blues twice.

Considering the Blues fall from contention over the past couple of years, Winnipeg’s on target to continue their dominance over St. Louis during the foreseeable future. The Jets have too much speed, size, skill and depth for the Blues to deal with, especially against Winnipeg’s incredible top six forwards.

The moneyline for tonight hovers around -210 for Winnipeg, an appropriate number for a western conference heavyweight. Choosing the Jets home moneyline is a safe bet, but the better play will be the spread.

A -1.5 puckline for Winnipeg features odds of +120, which pays out very well for a two-goal Jets victory. Winnipeg has beaten the puckline against the Blues in seven of their last ten meetings, which bodes well for another big win on behalf of the Jets. Injuries across the Blues roster only increases the odds of a Winnipeg romp.