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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Anaheim Ducks 4/4/18 @ 9:00PM CST at Honda Center

Minnesota Wild (44-25-10)  98pts  3rd in the Central 3.03 Goals For Per Game (11th in the NHL) 2.76 Goals Against Per Game (11th in the NHL) 20.4% Power Play (17th in the NHL) 80.8% Penalty Kill (14th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 40G 34A = 74pts 2. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 20G 44A = 64pts 3.

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Edmonton Oilers 4/2/18 @ 7:00PM CST at Xcel Energy Center

Minnesota Wild  (43-25-10)  96pts  3rd in the Central 3.03 Goals For Per Game (11th in the NHL) 2.79 Goals Against Per Game (11th in the NHL) 20.6% Power Play (15th in the NHL) 80.7% Penalty Kill (15th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers: 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 40G 34A = 74pts 2.

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Edmonton Oilers 4/2/18 @ 7:00PM CST at Xcel Energy Center

Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Nashville Predators 3/24/18 @ 7:00PM CST at Xcel Energy Center

Minnesota Wild (41-24-8)  90pts  3rd in the Central 3.07 Goals For Per Game (10th in the NHL) 2.85 Goals Against Per Game (13th in the NHL) 20.5% Power Play (14th in the NHL) 79.5% Penalty Kill (20th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 39G 32A = 71pts 2. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 19G 39A = 58pts 3

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Nashville Predators 3/24/18 @ 7:00PM CST at Xcel Energy Center

Wild Beat Up Literally and Figuratively in 5-1 Loss to Colorado

In the comedy film, Meet the Millers there is a scene where the characters poke fun at a young man who has an error on his ‘No Regrets’ tattoo.  ‘No Regrets’ is a refrain you often will hear a person say in reflection at the conclusion of some event in their lives.  I feel pretty confident the Wild would say they have no regrets after the way they played against Edmonton despite losing 4-1.  Minnesota moved its feet well and created a number of quality scoring chances but give credit to Cam Talbot for playing so well between the pipes. Yet if you were to ask the team how it played against Colorado the last two games, there is probably plenty of regrets.  The Avalanche have trounced the Wild a few times this season and no doubt Minnesota will hope to avenge those losses tonight and not just for symbolic or self-esteem reasons.  The game matters to both clubs as they both scratch and claw for the post-season.  Can the Wild leave Colorado tonight with no regrets? 1st Period Thoughts :  The pace was fast and frenetic as both clubs certainly seemed focused to bring their A-game tonight.  Minnesota looked like a club that wanted to be on the attack and the top line of Eric Staal , Jason Zucker and Mikael Granlund swarmed all over the Colorado zone as they narrowly missed connecting on a close in chance for Staal and then moments after that Zucker tried to find Granlund on a backdoor play.  Minnesota was really moving well and the Avalanche found themselves pinned in their own end of the ice.  The second line was causing some havoc too as Charlie Coyle was protecting the puck well and sending pucks out to the point where Jared Spurgeon and Ryan Suter were letting go shots from the point that Semyon Varlamov was seeing pretty well and steering them wide.  A scary moment would occur fairly early in the game as the top line was looking to give the Wild a lead but with a puck sitting near the side of the net, Zucker would take a wicked two handed slash from Blake Comeau just prior to colliding into the right post where he writhed in pain.  Minnesota training staff went out to the winger who clearly was in some agony and appeared to be holding his wrist in a fashion that would indicate it was broken (I told you this was scary) and he’d head to the locker room.  Moments after that Minnesota went after Comeau and the officials gave him a tripping call much to the annoyance of Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar .  On the power play the Wild moved the puck quickly looking for one-timers from the point as Matt Dumba tee’d up a few blasts wide of the mark.  The Wild would adjust by moving up Niederreiter to play on the top line while Zucker was out.  The next few minutes had the Wild still moving their feet well but without Zucker’s speed they seemed to have a tougher time at generating quality scoring chances.  Colorado was being badly outshot but it didn’t matter as they finally entered the Wild zone and J.T

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Wild Survive Slow Start to Prevail 4-1 Over Detroit

Something coaches often tell athletes is to have a short memory.  They want their athlete to not dwell on mistakes and let one string of unfortunate events create a whole new (and often times worse) set of problems down the road.  However that is easier said than done as a player dwells on what happened last time.  Its tough to put those bad feelings behind you and focus on the next game, the next shift, especially if the tough times have lingered for a while.  Minnesota certainly has felt the burn of two awful efforts in a row in back-to-back losses to Arizona and Colorado respectively. On the flip side, Detroit has had its own challenges.  The team is on the outside of the Eastern Conference playoffs as of right now, but its trying to make a push with its roster full of young forwards.  The losses and poor play have the State of Hockey in a frenzy, can Minnesota rebound with a win over the Red Wings? 1st Period Thoughts :  Detroit seemed to be loose and energetic to start the game, winning many of the small races for loose pucks and outworking Minnesota along the boards.  The Wild seemed to be a half step slow and spent most of the first few minutes scrambling about their own end.  Home fans gave an appreciative cheer as Nate Prosser stood up Dylan Larkin with a check, but the good feelings would be short-lived later in that shift.  The Wild’s forwards were a bit too eager to leave the zone and as their defenseman tried to help out Devan Dubnyk , no one came back for the puck and it was gathered up by Justin Abdelkader who wired it in.  1-0 Detroit.  Minnesota would try to answer back and it was Zach Parise being denied on a diving save by Jimmy Howard .  The Wild would have an even better opportunity a few minutes later as Mikael Granlund set up Eric Staal for a breakaway chance but he was denied by an alert Howard and all the leading scorer for the Wild could say was ‘wow’ at the remarkable stop.  The Wild would take a cross-checking penalty as Matt Dumba knocked down Tyler Bertuzzi with a check near the Minnesota crease.  Minnesota’s penalty kill wasn’t particularly aggressive and instead used shot blocking as its primary method to keep pucks from reaching Dubnyk.  After the killed penalty, a long pass from Granlund reached Jason Zucker who turned on the jets to get a step on Trevor Daley for a backhand chance that was dismissed by Howard.  Later in the shift, Zucker would back check and knock David Booth off balance that drew the ire of Darren Helm who went after Zucker and the two speedy forwards would end up in the box for roughing and cross checking respectively.  After a little 4-on-4 play where it was spent chasing the faster Red Wings forwards around the Wild end, Minnesota was fortunate Detroit would get tagged with an elbowing call.  The Wild do little to nothing with the man advantage and Minnesota only managed a few shots in the perimeter and you could feel the anxiety of the home crowd as the period ended with their team trailing 1-0 to Detroit.  Not enough urgency as Minnesota was outshot 11-5 by the Red Wings.

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Spurgeon Delivers in 3-2 Overtime Victory Over San Jose

With the trade deadline approaching on February 26th, the rumors are really starting to fly and updates about which players get sat out of the lineup stirs tons of discussion from hockey mad fans on social media as pundits prognosticate about where deals will be made.  Like the real estate cliche says, its all about location, location, location as is which players end up with which clubs.  The last few seasons, the Wild have certainly been a part of those deals and having advanced beyond the first round only twice in the last 5 seasons of making the playoffs its safe to say most of those deals did not pay off as the franchise had hoped. As a team battling for a spot in the post season, both the Minnesota Wild and the San Jose Sharks have no doubt had their names mentioned as potential trade destinations as clubs hope to make tweaks to their roster.  Or should they?  Sure, everyone wants to draft a Butch Goring like the New York Islanders did back in 1981 to lead them to a Stanley Cup but the fact we’re bringing up such an old example tells you exactly how many times those deadline deals really pay off.  Can the Wild translate some of that momentum built up from a 3-game road sweep to earn another important win at home? 1st Period Thoughts :  The opening period of this game seemed to lack the sharpness the team had during its road trip.  Minnesota wasn’t connecting on passes and Minnesota had a number of ‘oh so close, but not quite’ plays of the puck.  The Sharks were not super aggressive but they were not giving Minnesota much time and space at either end of the ice.  The puck pressure by the Sharks was effective enough at creating turnovers and making it difficult for the Wild to get many clean looks at the goal.  Minnesota would try to activate their defense to sustain some offensive zone pressure but they’d get caught as Mike Reilly would over skate a puck and the Sharks would counter attack and Jason Zucker would leave his man to try to shadow Jannik Hansen which left Joakim Ryan all by himself and he blasted a one timer top shelf by Devan Dubnyk .  Dubnyk was easily the best player on the ice for the Wild as he stopped the Sharks on a number of good chances from close range as he denied Marc-Edouard Vlasic , Kevin Lebanc and Melker Karlsson at point-blank range.  Without Dubnyk’s alert play to stop those chances this game could have easily been 3-0 or 4-0.  The Wild seemed to be trying to make the perfect pass instead of just taking what the Sharks were giving them.  Minnesota did have a few quality chances of their own as Charlie Coyle hammered a shot on goal that drew a big rebound by Martin Jones who then got across to deny Tyler Ennis ‘ rebound bid.  Zucker had the best chance in the closing seconds of the period as he turned on the afterburners and flew by the Sharks defense but Jones was just able to dismiss his backhander and the Wild would go into the intermission trailing by one, outshot 17-10.

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Staal and Granlund Each Score Twice As the Wild Defeat the Rangers 4-1

The saying is misery loves company.  The New York Rangers are feeling pretty miserable right now.  They have suffered through injuries and the embarrassment of a letter announcing a firesale & demolition of many of their core roster players.  That demolition has begun as they shipped off Michael Grabner to the New Jersey Devils last night, the first time the two clubs have ever traded with one another.  When you are willing to trade with your arch-rival you know things are looking pretty grim. Normally this is where I’d write how the Minnesota Wild are in their own cycle of frustration but that is not the case.  The Wild seem to be playing with more confidence and resilience after earning a come-from-behind win over the Devils last evening.  Minnesota has a chance to do something most would’ve felt was highly improbable but they could earn a 3-game road sweep.  Can the Wild finish what they’ve started? 1st Period Thoughts :  The Wild had a little more energy to start the game than they did the previous night in New Jersey, but the same could be said for the Rangers who looked a bit more loose like a team with nothing to lose.  Minnesota changed up all of its forward lines hoping tho shake things up as they are at the end of a 3-game road trip.  The Wild were able to win some races for the puck, but whenever they had a chance to send some shots on goal they opted to pass hoping for a higher quality chance and invariably they’d just turn it over.  The Rangers would get a bit of a spark from Chris Kreider who returned to the Blueshirts lineup tonight and he gave the home crowd something to cheer about as he walked past a Minnesota defender to set up Mats Zuccarello for a shot from the high slot that he fired wide of the goal.  Minnesota looked a bit scrambly in their own end as the Rangers forecheck was physical and it was putting the Wild on their heels.  The Wild would try to counter the Rangers’ pressure by utilizing the stretch pass and Matt Dumba found Eric Staal a long pass that he managed to push the puck forward and then skate by the New York defense for a breakaway where his backhander was denied by Alexandar Georgiev .  The small play seemed to get the Wild’s feet moving and they started to tilt the play into the New York end.  The State of Hockey would strike twice late in the period as Eric Staal chased down his own dump in and he’d then win a battle for the puck behind the Rangers goal, and passing out front to Mikael Granlund who went top cheese by Georgiev.  1-0 Wild.  Minnesota continued to attack and a few minutes later it was Zach Parise making a backhand pass across the front of the crease to Granlund who buried his 2nd goal of the game.  The Wild were just outhustling the Rangers and had a burst to finish the period with a 2-goal lead

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. New Jersey Devils 2/22/18 @ 6:00PM CST at Prudential Center

Minnesota Wild (32-20-7)  71pts  5th in the Central 2.95 Goals For Per Game (13th in the NHL) 2.83 Goals Against Per Game (14th in the NHL) 20.9% Power Play (12th in the NHL) 81% Penalty Kill (15th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 26G  27A = 53pts 2.

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. New Jersey Devils 2/22/18 @ 6:00PM CST at Prudential Center

Wild Wear Down the Jets in 4-1 Home Victory

With lots of buzz about the upcoming NFC Playoff game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints, I wonder if the sports media will overlook what is another important game for the Minnesota Wild.  The Wild took a big step forward on Wednesday night with a win on the road over Chicago.   The Jets are flying high, sitting atop the Central Division and finally playing to their potential. Minnesota is not firing on all cylinders yet, but it must start to string victories together soon in order to stay in the Western Conference playoff picture.   Every night in the league seems like a game of leap frog as the two wildcard spots appear to be a revolving door of teams.  Can the Wild shut down the Jets in other big game at home? 1st Period Thoughts :  Minnesota had its legs working well to start the game, winning some of the small races to loose pucks and peppering Connor Hellebuyck with shots early.

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Niederreiter’s Hat Trick Powers Wild to 6-2 Win Over Buffalo

With all due respect to Casey Mittlestadt , the best high school player to ever come out of Minnesota is the current bench boss of the Buffalo Sabres Phil Housely .  In 1982, he did the unthinkable and entered the NHL as an 18-year old kid fresh out of South St. Paul High School and was one of the top rookies in the league where he finished with 17 goals and 66 points.  Now he’s trying to lead a talented but dysfunctional club from the league basement and its been pretty rough through the 1st half of the 2017-18 season. He’s demonstrated he can be a great coach, winning a gold at the World Junior Championships and helping shape the Nashville Predators blueline into one of the best in the league.  All of that seems pretty far away now.  Minnesota would be wise to ready itself for a battle as the hometown hero Housely returns to St.

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