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Munz: Pavelec faces Mason as Jets host Flyers

Brian Munz

11/15/2013 2:22:23 PM

The Winnipeg Jets host the Philadelphia Flyers for their lone appearance at MTS Centre this season.

The (9-9-2) Jets, winners of three in a row, are sixth in the Central Division with 20 points, two behind fifth-place Dallas and six back of Minnesota. The Wild host Winnipeg Sunday in St. Paul.

Ondrej Pavelec (7-7-2, 2.85, .913, 1so) will start his fourth straight game in goal.

Jets Projected Lines:

Ladd-Little-Wheeler
Kane-Jokinen-Setoguchi
Halischuk-Scheifele-Frolik
Tangradi-Wright-Thorburn

Clitsome-Byfuglien
Enstrom-Bogosian
Ellerby-Pardy

Bryan Little (three goals, two assists) and Andrew Ladd (one goal, four assists) are on a three-game point streak.

Philadelphia is coming off a 2-1 win in Pittsburgh Wednesday night and are also on a season-high three-game winning streak.

Steve Mason (5-7-1, 2.15, .930, 1so) will start in goal.

Flyers Projected Lines:

Hartnell-Giroux-Voracek
B. Schenn-Lecavalier-Simmonds
Downie-Couturier-Read
Rosehill-Hall-Rinaldo

Timonen-Coburn
Grossman-Streit
Gustafsson-L. Schenn

Former Brandon Wheat King Brayden Schenn has scored three goals in the last two games and has five points (three goals, two assists) in his last three games.

Jake Voracek (two goals, two assists) is also on a three-game point streak.

The Flyers are winless in seven games when allowing the game's opening goal.

The Jets and Flyers play for a final time this season two weeks from tonight in Philadelphia.