The Western Conference matchup between the St. Louis Blues and Winnipeg Jets is back on even terms. Instead of throwing in the towel after dropping the first two games at home, the Jets marched into St. Louis and stole both games on the road to even the series at two games apiece. Now the best-of-seven turns into a best-of-three, and the Jets hold the all-important home ice advantage in those games. Will they finally be able to capitalize on the energy of the Winnipeg crowd?

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One of the biggest reasons for the Jets’ mid-series turnaround has been the play of goaltender Connor Hellebuyck. Through the first two games, Hellebuyck gave up six goals, including a couple that he’d likely admit he should have had. However, in Games 3 and 4, the netminder stood tall and held the Blues to just four goals compared to the Jets’ eight goals scored.

The Blues’ goaltender, Jordan Binnington, seemed to be back on his game in Game 4. The rookie standout made 37 saves on the, night including multiple acrobatic stops that had the Jets’ scorers shaking their heads. However, Binnington wasn’t able to stop Kyle Connor from potting the game winner in overtime, and now the series is tied at two. Catch Game 5 this Thursday at 8:30 PM ET.

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