You should definitely capture the JetsTV Live Pre-Game Present with Jamie Thomas, Mitchell Clinton & more beginning at 5:00pm CT right here on and the Jets mobile app, as well as YouTube and Facebook Stay.Video: TSN Pre-Game ReportWINNIPEG – They may have wins in each of their last three games, and points in nine of their last ten games, but the Winnipeg Jets know the NHL year doesn’t get any easier.The next test comes tonight when the Montreal Canadiens make their annual visit to Bell MTS Place.”Obviously we’re going to be confident with our match, but we have to just hit the reset button and not think about it,” said Mark Scheifele, whose hat trick helped the Jets to a 5-2 win over the Dallas Stars two nights ago. “The biggest thing for us is we can’t get too ahead of ourselves. We can’t get too high, and can’t get too low. We just have to continue on what has gotten us here and what has made this succe s happen.” Video: PREGAME | Paul MauriceHead coach Paul Maurice won’t make any changes to the lineup tonight, and that includes keeping Connor Hellebuyck between the pipes.Hellebuyck is 7-0-1 this year, and his 0.938 save percentage is third in the NHL among goaltenders with at least nine games played.”I think the schedule was right for when we got into November, we’ve got a couple back-to-backs coming up, but if we had a guy that was going, we could run him a little bit more,” said Maurice, adding he doesn’t expect a high-scoring affair against the Canadiens tonight.”They’re going to come out like a house on fire. We’ve had good starts, we need to be as quick as they are. I’ve got this one as Mark Scheifele Jersey a grinder. My feeling on this one is it’s not going to be a high scoring sport. It’s going to be a really tight, well-skated activity, and a real competitive activity.”Video: PREGAME | Mark Scheifele The Canadiens have won two of their last three games, with the lo s coming to the Minnesota Wild on Thursday. Montreal will also be without the services of five-time all-star goaltender Carey Price, after the team announced he sustained a minor lower-body injury.But Maurice is more concerned about the amount of pucks the Canadiens get to their opposition’s net. Their 487 shots on goal are the second-most in the league, averaging just over 37 per recreation.”They’re spending a lot of time in their opposition’s end, and they’re getting an awful lot of pucks to the net, and they’re a very quick hockey team,” said Maurice, adding the crack down on slashing penalties this year has helped not only Montreal, but every NHL team generate offense.”37 (average shots on goal) for Montreal, that would be a ridiculous number 10 years ago, five years ago. Now it’s pretty reasonable because you can get the puck down the wall, you can get it in on the rush. If you’ve got a half step or you’re beside a guy, you don’t have to worry about losing a finger.”Video: PREGAME | Jacob Trouba Here are the Jets projected lines for tonight’s match, based on the morning skate:Connor-Scheifele-WheelerEhlers-Little-LaineTanev-Copp-MatthiasLemieux-Hendricks-ArmiaMorri sey-TroubaEnstrom-ByfuglienKulikov-MyersWhile Montreal’s 4-8-1 has them last in the Eastern Conference, no player in the Jets dre sing room is taking them lightly. The focus is on sticking to the match plan that has brought them succe s.”It’s going to be a desperate team that we’re playing tonight. We have to match that. You can’t rely on things getting easier, because they never will,” said Jacob Trouba. “It’s going to be a grinding match. We’ve talked and it’ll be similar to what that Carolina activity was. It might not be super pretty, but you’ve got to find a way to chip pucks out when it’s not looking great, and find a way to win a recreation.”Video: PREGAME | Matt Hendricks ICE CHIPSAdam Lowry took part in the morning skate, but will mi s his ninth straight match tonight. He’s been out since Oct. 14 with an upper-body injury.”He’s healthy and cleared for contact, and good. But the injury meant he couldn’t do a lot of conditioning and a lot of grinding, and we don’t have to put him in until we can get him through that,” said Maurice. “It’s more about fitne s. It’s good, I could put him in the line-up tonight. There’s some competition there I certainly don̵