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Wild Sweep Sharks in Record-filled 6-3 Win Over San Jose

This probably confirms my identity as a Generation X’er, but do you remember Choose Your Own Adventure books?  These were usually mystery or adventure-themed books where the reader was able to make choices that would effect the outcome of the story or a particular character’s destiny.  At times those choices could lead to happy conclusion and others a fateful turn for the worse. In Thursday’s game against Los Angeles, the Minnesota Wild put themselves on the penalty kill far too often and despite a 3rd period rally came up short in overtime.  The Sharks have qualified for the post-season as have the Wild, can Minnesota reach the century mark in points with a win over San Jose to conclude the 2017-18 regular season?

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Wild Sweep Sharks in Record-filled 6-3 Win Over San Jose

Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. San Jose Sharks 4/7/18 @ 9:30PM CST at SAP Center

Minnesota Wild (44-26-11)  99pts  3rd in the Central 3.01 Goals For Per Game (12th in the NHL) 2.79 Goals Against Per Game (11th in the NHL) 20.5% Power Play (18th in the NHL) 81.1% Penalty Kill (13th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 41G 34A = 75pts 2. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 20G 46A = 66pts 3

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. San Jose Sharks 4/7/18 @ 9:30PM CST at SAP Center

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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8 Takeaways from Last Night’s Win

For the first time all season, the Edmonton Oilers won their second game in a row in regulation, last night against the Sharks. It was a well-deserved victory, with Edmonton being the better team from buzzer to buzzer. Despite Talbot letting in more than 1 or 2, and McDavid being held pointless, Edmonton was supported by strong performances from a number of their supporting cast

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Niederreiter scores OT game winner in 4-3 victory against Sharks

“No more country club” was apparently the mantra by the Minnesota Wild as they tried to focus themselves for Friday’s game against Anaheim.  The team had one of their better efforts, even if it made for some ugly hockey.

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Niederreiter scores OT game winner in 4-3 victory against Sharks

Resilient Effort Allows Wild to Rally to 5-4 Road Win Over San Jose

The Wild’s winning streak ended at 12 games, and maybe I’m alone in this but I’m kind of relieved.  Minnesota had been playing sloppy and on Saturday it caught up to them in a 4-2 loss to Columbus.

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