JETS (43-25-4) at DUCKS (30-35-9)
10 p.m. ET, NBCSN, TSN3, NHL.TV
The Winnipeg Jets can extend their lead in the Central Division to three points when they play the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on Wednesday.
The Jets have won three consecutive games and hold a one-point lead over the Nashville Predators for the division lead. The Jets have 10 games remaining and the Predators have eight, including a game in Winnipeg on Saturday.
The Ducks have won six of their past nine games (6-3-0). All six wins have come against teams competing for playoff spots. The Ducks are nine points behind the Arizona Coyotes for the second wild card into the Stanley Cup Playoffs from the Western Conference.
Anaheim allowed six goals in the first period of its last meeting against the Jets on Feb. 2 in Winnipeg. The Ducks went on to lose 9-3, tying a team record for the most goals allowed in a game.
Players to watch
Jets forward Blake Wheeler has 20 points (eight goals, 12 assists) in his past 13 games
Anaheim forward Jakob Silfverberg has 10 points (six goals, four assists) in his past nine games.
They said it
"There's no panic in our game and we keep playing four lines and everyone contributes. It just shows the quality of our team." -- Jets forward Kevin Hayes
"They're a good team, but we're going to show them tonight that we still have a good team and we kind of owe them one." -- Ducks forward Nick Ritchie
Jets projected lineup
Patrik Laine -- Mark Scheifele -- Blake Wheeler
Kyle Connor -- Kevin Hayes -- Nikolaj Ehlers
Brandon Tanev -- Adam Lowry -- Bryan Little
Mathieu Perreault -- Andrew Copp -- Jack Roslovic
Joe Morrow -- Jacob Trouba
Dmitry Kulikov -- Tyler Myers
Ben Chiarot -- Sami Niku
Scratched: Mason Appleton, Par Lindholm, Bogdan Kiselevich, Matt Hendricks
Injured: Dustin Byfuglien (ankle), Josh Morrissey (upper body), Nathan Beaulieu (unspecified)
Ducks projected lineup
Nick Ritchie -- Ryan Getzlaf -- Daniel Sprong
Rickard Rakell -- Devin Shore -- Jakob Silfverberg
Corey Perry -- Adam Henrique -- Troy Terry
Max Jones -- Derek Grant -- Carter Rowney
Hampus Lindholm -- Josh Manson
Cam Fowler -- Andy Welinski
Jaycob Megna -- Korbinian Holzer
Injured: Chad Johnson (upper body), Brendan Guhle (upper body), Ryan Kesler (hip), Jacob Larsson (thigh)
Morrow is set to return after missing the past 14 games with a lower-body injury, replacing Beaulieu, who is day to day. ... Roslovic, who recorded his first NHL hat trick in the 9-3 win against the Ducks last month, returns to the fourth line after serving as a healthy scratch in the 3-2 win at the Los Angeles Kings on Monday. ... Larsson is doubtful because of a thigh bruise. Welinski is set to move into the starting lineup for the first time since Jan. 23.
Winnipeg is 33-11-2 over the past three seasons during March and April. ... Getzlaf has five points (one goal, four assists) in his past two games.