COYOTES (1-2-1) at JETS (4-3-0)
8 p.m. ET; TSN3, FS-A, FS-A PLUS, NHL.TV
The Winnipeg Jets will try to extend their winning streak against the Arizona Coyotes on home ice to 11 games when they play at Bell MTS Place on Tuesday.
The Jets are 10-0-0 at home against the Coyotes while outscoring them 38-20 since relocating from Atlanta in 2011.
Goalie Darcy Kuemper is expected to start for the Coyotes, who have points in their past two games (1-0-1) after losing two straight to start the season.
Players to watch
Jets forward Patrik Laine has points in six of seven games and 11 (three goals, eight assists) to start the season.
Coyotes goalie Darcy Kuemper has allowed two goals or less in 10 straight games, one shy of Nikolai Khabibulin's Jets/Coyotes record
They said it
"Both my parents started crying." -- Jets forward David Gustafsson, when he called his parents in Sweden to tell them he's making his NHL debut
"You've got to manage the puck against these guys. They've got four or five forwards who can put the puck in the net, so you've got to manage the neutral zone and play your game against this team because they've got a lot of firepower." -- Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet
Coyotes projected lineup
Clayton Keller -- Derek Stepan -- Phil Kessel
Barrett Hayton -- Christian Dvorak -- Nick Schmaltz
Michael Grabner -- Brad Richardson -- Vinnie Hinostroza
Conor Garland -- Carl Soderberg -- Christian Fischer
Oliver Ekman-Larsson -- Jason Demers
Alex Goligoski -- Kyle Capobianco
Jakob Chychrun -- Jordan Oesterle
Scratched: Ilya Lyubushkin
Injured: Lawson Crouse (upper body), Niklas Hjalmarsson (cracked fibula)
Jets projected lineup
Patrik Laine -- Mark Scheifele -- Blake Wheeler
Kyle Connor -- Andrew Copp -- Nikolaj Ehlers
Mathieu Perreault -- Adam Lowry -- Jack Roslovic
Gabriel Bourque -- David Gustafsson -- Mason Appleton
Josh Morrissey -- Tucker Poolman
Carl Dahlstrom -- Neal Pionk
Anthony Bitetto -- Dmitry Kulikov
Scratched: Ville Heinola
Injured: Bryan Little (concussion), Nathan Beaulieu (upper body), Mark Letestu (undisclosed)
Suspended: Dustin Byfuglien
Capobianco was recalled from Tucson of The American Hockey League on Monday with Hjalmarsson out indefinitely. … Letestu is day to day.
Dvorak leads the NHL with a 71.4 face-off percentage. … Jets coach Paul Maurice needs one win for 700 in the NHL. He's third behind Joel Quenneville (891) and Barry Trotz (812) among active NHL coaches and seventh all-time.