Can Jets change their tune starting in Music City?

Jets winger Blake Wheeler (right) and teammates Mark Scheifele (left) and winger Evander Kane...

Jets winger Blake Wheeler (right) and teammates Mark Scheifele (left) and winger Evander Kane celebrate Wheeler's second period goal against the Capitals during action in Winnipeg on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013. (Brian Donogh/QMI Agency)

TED WYMAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:10 PM ET

NASHVILLE - So the Winnipeg Jets proved Tuesday night they can play with emotion and physicality and can generate enough quality scoring chances to win a hockey game, even if they didn’t actually win.

The big question is: Can they do it again, not just once, but night after night as this marathon season moves forward into a stretch of four key road games against divisional opponents?

Amid excitement over Tuesday’s thrilling 5-4 shootout loss to the Washington Capitals, a game the Jets deserved to and should have won, we take you back to Sunday when the Jets came off a big comeback win over the St Louis Blues and promptly reverted to their frustratingly inconsistent form.

The Predators, who also happen to be the Jets opponent Thursday night, skated away with a 3-1 victory on Sunday as the Jets offensive attack was limited to outside, low-traffic shots and ragged puck possession.


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