The Winnipeg Jets conclude the regular season schedule in Calgary tonight with an 8pm ct start against the Flames.
The (36-35-10) Jets have 82 points following last night's 2-1 shootout win at home over Boston. The game tying goal by Evander Kane in the third period ended a scoring drought of 130 minutes and 54 seconds dating back to Saturday's game in Toronto.
Winnipeg did not have a pregame skate this morning.
The Jets road record is 18-18-4. The last time they played in Calgary, the Jets recorded a 5-2 win over the Flames.
Bryan Little leads the Jets with two goals and two assists for four points in the regular season series. The Jets are 1-0-1 against Calgary earning three of a possible four points. Lance Bouma has two goals for Calgary.
Winnipeg has been involved in 46 games that have been decided by one goal. Calgary and New Jersey have played the most one goal games at 48.
The (35-38-7) Flames are winners of four in a row entering tonight's final game on home ice. Their home ice record is 19-18-3. They close out the regular season Sunday in Vancouver.
Karri Ramo will start in goal.
Head Coach Bob Hartley said this morning Mike Cammalleri is a game time decision.
Flames Projected Lines:
The Flames have the second ranked penalty kill on home ice in the NHL entering tonight's game at 88.6%.