(SportsNetwork.com) - The struggling Winnipeg Jets continue their road trip against the St. Louis Blues tonight. Viewers in the Jets region can watch all the action on TSN Jets at 6:30pm ct/7:30pm et. The game is also available on TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg. The Jets have lost four of their last five games and fell to 1-1-1 on the four-game road trip after losing a 3-2 regulation decision Sunday at Colorado. Winnipeg led the contest by a 2-1 score after 40 minutes, but Jan Hejda and Paul Stastny scored third-period goals to lift the Avalanche to the home win. Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little scored for the Jets. Al Montoya made 33 saves but allowed all three goals in the setback. "He was great. He kept the score tight. We really didnt help him too much in the third period," Little said of Montoya. The Blues had won three straight in the series against the Jets before losing a 4-3 shootout decision on Oct. 18 in Winnipeg. The Jets erased a two-goal deficit in the third period and Olli Jokinen scored the decisive shootout goal to cap the come-from-behind win. Tuesdays contest will mark the first trip to St. Louis for the Jets since the franchise relocated from Atlanta prior to the 2011-12 season. The Blues were 4-1-1 in six all-time home tilts against the Atlanta Thrashers. The Blues will try to build off a strong performance in their last outing when they ended a two-game slide and won for just the second time in five games by pounding the Nashville Predators 6-1 on Saturday. It was the second- best offensive output of the season for St. Louis, which beat the Florida Panthers by a 7-0 score on Oct. 5. Alexander Steen scored a pair of goals to fuel the rout in Nashville. Steen already has 10 goals in nine games this season, giving him two more markers than he had in 40 games during last years lockout-shortened campaign. He enters Tuesday tied with Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals for the most goals in the NHL this season. "He feels like hes fresh on the ice and when youre fresh, youre confident," Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock said of Steen. "Thats how hes feeling right now." Jaden Schwartz, Alex Pietrangelo and T.J. Oshie each added a goal and an assist, while Derek Roy registered the other goal for the Blues, who have earned at least a point in four straight games, going 2-0-2 during that stretch. Jaroslav Halak stopped 22-of-23 shots to backstop the victory. Halak is expected to get the start again on Tuesday and is 4-2-0 with a 3.31 goals against average in six career games against the Jets. After hosting tonights contest against Winnipeg, the Blues will play their next three games on the road. St. Louis is 4-1-1 as the host this season and 2-0-1 on the road. 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His next mission is to build on that experience at his next Olympic appearance in Sochi, where he plans to ride the momentum from the teams strong start to the season.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at firstname.lastname@example.org! Hi Kerry, In Saturdays game between Detroit and Ottawa, some Red Wing players - especially Pavel Datsyuk - were the recipients of some vicious checking by Ottawa. Late in the game, Datsyuk received an elbow to the jaw from Jared Cowen. Datsyuk will miss at least two games and possibly more. The NHL described the hit as accidental and stated that Cowen will not be punished. If we want to clean up the game and protect star players as the NHL professes to do, are they not being hypocritical - especially when hits to the head occur? Perhaps the impending law suit might awaken them from their slumber? Tony Boodhoo, Ingersoll --- Hey Kerry, As a former amateur official, I always enjoy your articles. Wondering about your take on the non-call on Jared Cowens elbow/forearm to the chin of Pavel Datsyuk. Looked to me to be a clear fly by elbow from Cowen as he skated by Datsyuk who had pulled up along the boards. I assume the on-ice officials did not see it has it was quick and sneaky, but no doubt deliberate. I dont understand why there was no discipline from Player Safety. Datsyuk has missed two games as of this email waiting for symptoms to clear. Isnt this the kind of gratuitous and deliberate head shot the League is trying to remove from the game, coincidentally on the eve of the concussion class action suit? Thanks for your thoughts and keep up the good work. David W. Barton ---Hi Kerry, Can you help thee hockey world understand how Jared Cowens elbowing Pavel Datsyuk in the face was neither penalized on the ice and was not suspended for it? Datsyuk has what appears to now be a concussion, missing his second game.dddddddddddd The league has made an issue of hits to the head, and this to me appears as blatant as they come. If you havent seen it, here it is: Pavel is a several time Lady Byng winner, and one of the best players in the world, and the message sent from the league is its open season again on star players. I just dont get it anymore with these attempts to injure and non calls. Thanks! Tom from Los Angeles Tony, David and Tom: By describing Jared Cowens extended elbow on this play as accidental, we are led to believe that Cowen didnt intend to make contact with Pavel Datsyuks chin/head. That might be the case, since no one other than Jared Cowen knows his true intention. The penalty was most likely missed by the referee since the hit was late and well after Datsyuk had dished the puck up the wall to Brendan Smith at the point. This resulted in a natural shift in the refs focus of attention. A more detailed explanation of the incident and utilizing language from Rule 48.1 (iii) to describe why a suspension did not result from the play might go something like this: Jared Cowen set up to attempt a legal shoulder check on Pavel Datsyuk. Datsyuk became aware of the impending contact and materially changed the position of his body (stopping/pulling up) and his head (dropped/lowered) prior to or simultaneously with the hit in a way that significantly contributed to the head contact. Jared Cowen recognized that his intended legal contact was going to be avoided by Pavel Datsyuks material change in body/head position and Cowen extended his elbow thereby striking Datsyuk in the head. The Player Safety Committee might have concluded that Jared Cowen extended his elbow in a reflex move and as a byproduct of Pavels last second avoidance to being hit thereby deeming it accidental. We know from previously broadcast decisions the language of Rule 48 is often referred to and utilized as a reference and guideline by the PSC. I say its time to alter the thought process in situations such as this. No matter how you spin it, the irrefutable evidence is that Pavel Datsyuks head became the sole point of contact when Jared Cowen made a poor decision to extend his elbow and delivered the late, illegal contact. Datsyuk sustained an injury resulting from Cowens elbow to the head. The wrong message is sent to the rank and file when players are not held accountable and avoid suspension for hits to the head of an opponent similar to this incident. It also matters not whether the injured player is a Lady Byng Trophy winner and a star performer in the NHL. All players are entitled to equal protection and their safety reasonably and responsibly provide for. ' ' '