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Islanders vs. Jets, Gm 63: Lines, Notes & How to Watch

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New York Islanders vs Winnipeg Jets

The New York Islanders (30-25-7) continue their playoff push as they are in Winnipeg to face the Jets (35-23-1). Puck drop is slated for 3:30 PM ET at Canada Life Centre.

The Islanders did not skate Sunday morning nor did they practice on Saturday.

If you are just chilling at home, come hang!

NEW YORK ISLANDERS LINES (PROJECTED)

Anders Lee-Bo Horvat-Matt Martin
Zach Parise-Brock Nelson-Kyle Palmieri
Hudson Fasching-Casey Cizikas-Arnaud Durandeau
Ross Johnston-Otto Koivula-Simon Holmstrom

Adam Pelech-Scott Mayfield
Alexander Romanov-Ryan Pulock
Sebastian Aho-Noah Dobson

Ilya Sorokin
Semyon Varlamov

WINNIPEG JETS LINES (PROJECTED)

ISLANDERS NOTES

Today, the New York Islanders visit the Winnipeg Jets in the second and final matchup between the two teams this season.

These teams last met five days ago, when Simon Holmstrom and Sebastian Aho each scored to help the Islanders earn a 2-1 victory at UBS Arena.

The Islanders have captured a win in their last two visits to Canada Life Centre, and will look to earn their 13th road victory of the season today. They have collected points in five of their last seven games (4-2-1) and in three of their last four meetings against Central Division opponents.

DRAFTKINGS BETTING CORNER

Do you think the New York Islanders will beat the Winnipeg Jets? You can get the Islanders at +125 & -210 on the reverse puck line. The Jets come in at +180 & -145 on the puck line.

The over for the contest is 5 at -105, with the under at -115.

Head over to DraftKings to place your bets now!

HOW TO WATCH

Sunday’s contest will be available on MSGN. On the radio dial, the game can be heard on 1050 AM ESPN, 88.7 FM WRHU, and 103.9 FM LI News Radio.

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