​The Winnipeg Jets look to even up the series at 2-2 in Game 4 against the St. Louis Blues, which look to take a strangle hold on the series and improve to 3-1, and be able to have the chance to close it out in Game 5.


How to Live Stream the Game

The game is scheduled to begin at 9:30 pm ET on Tuesday night in St. Louis and will be nationally televised on CNBC. Streams can be found on ​Reddit's NHL stream subreddit via this ​direct link.​

The St. Louis Blues began the series by taking the first two games from the Jets in Winnipeg and took a 2-0 lead into Game 3 at home. With good production from their forwards and solid play from their defense, the Blues were able to outplay the Jets on the road in arguably the loudest arena in the league.


​Jordan Binnington has been a huge part in this series, and to even get the Blues to the playoffs, as they were dead last in the league on Jan. 1. The Blues only have four players without a point so far this series, and will need the overall production to continue in order to get past the Jets.

The Winnipeg Jets bounced back in Game 3 after dropping the first two games of the series at home. They will need to steal another game on the road in order to even the series and head back home at 2-2. They Jets will need the continued ​production from forwards along with their defense, and more steady play from goaltender Connor Hellebuyck in order to not only even the series but eventually advance to the next round.


Patrik Laine has scored in each of the first three games, and has four total points in the series. The Jets will look to him to continue putting the puck in the net, along with forwards like Kyle Connor and Blake Wheeler. Dustin Byfuglien leads the team with five points heading into Game 4.