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The Winnipeg Jets play their final game before the Olympic Break with a 1:00 face off in St. Louis. Its the fourth meeting of the season between these Central Division opponents with Winnipeg having once just once. Alexander Steen has led the Blues with four goals in those games. Due to the afternoon start, neither team held a pregame skate this morning. The (28-26-5) Jets are three points behind Phoenix for a Western Conference Wild Card playoff spot. Under Head Coach Paul Maurice, Winnipegs record is 9-3. Al Montoya (10-4-1, 2.14, .926) will start in goal. Hes won his last two road starts in Chicago and Montreal. Based on practice yesterday, the Jets Projected Lines are: Ladd-Little-FrolikThorburn-Scheifele-WheelerSetoguchi-Jokinen-ByfuglienTangradi-Wright-Peluso Enstrom-BogosianStuart-TroubaEllerby-Pardy Winnipegs penalty kill on the road has moved up to second in the NHL at 86.5%. The (38-12-6) Blues are second in the Central Division with 82 points and trail first place Chicago by two points. They have a five point lead on the third place Avalanche. Brian Elliott (14-4-2, 2.10, .917) will start in goal. He is 1-0-1 vs Winnipeg this season with a 1.92 goals against average and .920 save percentage. Based on practice yesterday, the Blues Projected Lines are: Steen-Backes-StewartSchwartz-Roy-JaskinPaajarvi-Berglund-OshieMorrow-Lapierre-Reaves Pietrangelo-BouwmeesterShattenkirk-JackmanLeopold-Polak St. Louis is 6-3-1 in their last 10 games. The Blues power play is second in the NHL at 22.6%. Defenseman Jay Bouwmeester will play his 691st consecutive game today. Next action for the Jets will be Thursday, February 27 at MTS Centre vs the Phoenix Coyotes. Jermon Bushrod Saints Jersey . 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Oscar Dansk made 33 saves for the win as Brodie Barrick stopped 38-of-43 shots in a losing cause. Fox opened the scoring early in the first period for the Otters. But Duininck responded for the Sting at 19:26 to tie it 1-1 after 20 minutes of play. McDavid regained the lead for Erie with his first goal of the campaign, however back-to-back power-play goals from Goldobin gave Sarnia a 3-2 edge. It looked as if the Sting would hold the lead into the third period, but Strome scored late while on the man advantage to make it 3-3. Burakovsky made it 4-3 Otters with a power-play goal at 13:01 of the third and Fox and Brown scored late to secure the victory. Erie went 2 for 3 on the power play while Sarnia scored twice on seven chances with the man advantage. --- Frontenacs 5 IceDogs 1 KINGSTON, Ont., -- Lucas Peressini made 27 saves in his first OHL start as his Frontenacs downed Niagara. Samuel Schutt scored twice for the Frontenacs (3-0-0) while Sam Bennett, Lawson Crouse and Darcy Greenaway added a goal apiece. Brendan Perlini scored for the IceDogs (0-1-1) and Christopher Festarini turned away 23-of-28 shots in a losing cause. --- Greyhounds 2 Battalion 1 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont., -- Jared McCann scored the winner with just nine seconds remaining in the third period as the Greyhounds edged North Bay. Sergey Tolchinksky had a goal and an assist for Sault Ste Marie (2-0-0) while McCann tacked on an assist for a two-point outing. Nick Paul scored the lone goal for the Battalion (2-2-0). Matt Murray made 29 saves for the victory. Brendan ONeill turned aside 24 shots in defeat. --- Storm 5 Generals 1 GUELPH, Ont., -- Robby Fabbri scored once and set up two others as the Storm downed Oshawa. Brock McGinn had two goals for Guelph (2-0-0) while Scott Kosmachuk and Chadd Bauman addeed a goal and an assist.dddddddddddd Hunter Smith scored for Oshawa (2-1-0). Matthew Mancina made 18 saves for his first OHL victory. Ken Abbleby stopped 24 shots in defeat. --- Petes 5 Rangers 4 KITCHENER, Ont., -- Matt Spencer scored the winner midway through the third period as Peterborough came from behind to defeat the Rangers. Nick Ritchie had two goals and an assist for the Petes (3-1-0), who trailed 4-2 in the second period, as Eric Cornel and Chase Hatcher added a goal apiece. Eric Ming, Brent Pedersen, Ryan MacInnis and Matia Marcantuoni supplied the offence for Kitchener (1-1-0). Andrew DAgostini made 38 saves for the win while Tyson Teichmann allowed five goals on 23 shots in a losing cause. --- Knights 6 Spirit 3 LONDON, Ont., -- Josh Anderson scored twice and Anthony Stolarz made 36 saves as the Knights doubled up Saginaw. Kyle Platzer and Santino Centorame each had a goal and an assist for London (2-0-0) while Michael McCarron and Alex Basso added single goals. 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