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Minnesota Wild @ St. Louis Blues, Sunday 11-11-18, 2:00pm, Scottrade Center

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Minnesota Wild (10-4-2)  22pts  2nd in the Central

3.19 Goals For Per Game (14th in the NHL)

2.56 Goals Against Per Game (4th in the NHL)

18.9% Power Play (16th in the NHL)

84.7% Penalty Kill (4th in the NHL)

 

Top 5 Scorers:

1. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 9G 8A = 17pts

2. #11 Zach Parise ~ 6G 9A = 15pts

3. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 3G 10A = 13pts

4. #16 Jason Zucker ~ 5G 7A = 12pts

5. #12 Eric Staal ~ 5G 7A = 12pts

 

Top 3 PIM's:

1. #17 Marcus Foligno ~ 16 PIM's

2. #21 Eric Fehr ~ 16 PIM's

3. #29 Greg Pateryn ~ 12 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders:

1. #40 Devan Dubnyk (7-3-2)  2.15GAA  .932%SP

2. #32 Alex Stalock (3-1-0)  2.73GAA  .905%SP

 

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St. Louis Blues (6-5-3)  15pts  6th in the Central

3.57 Goals For Per Game (3rd in the NHL)

3.43 Goals Against Per Game (26th in the NHL)

28.6% Power Play (4th in the NHL)

81.6% Penalty Kill (12th in the NHL)

 

Top 5 Scorers:

1. #90 Ryan O'Reilly ~ 8G 12A = 20pts

2. #91 Vladimir Tarasenko ~ 6G 8A = 14pts

3. #57 David Perron ~ 5G 6A = 11pts

4. #20 Alex Steen ~ 5G 5A = 10pts

5. #21 Tyler Bozak ~ 3G 7A = 10pts

 

Top 3 PIM's:

1. #5 Joel Edmundson ~ 14 PIM's

2. #7 Pat Maroon ~ 13 PIM's

3. #19 Jay Bouwmeester ~ 10 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders:

1. #34 Jake Allen (4-3-3)  3.99GAA  .879%SP

2. #31 Chad Johnson (2-2-0)  1.83GAA  .941%SP  1SO

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Here's the link for today's game preview: https://wp.me/p9DWHB-3ADd

 

There are some interesting screen shots I posted, so definitely check it out.

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The Blues and Blackhawks in a downward trend in the Central, with Winnipeg waning... Not at all like U.S.A. Today predicted. There's still a long season ahead but so far the U.S.A. Today predictions with Nashville near the top of the heap and Chicago near the bottom are about the only thing their rankings have in order. At least in the Central. Interesting.

 

Who's eager to see Yeo-bobble continue to sip 'what's in the water' from his infamous water bottle?

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Double the sludge, double the fun. I'm thinking these bums are going to play a factor in today's game.

 

Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues – 3:00 EST

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  Jean Hebert #15 Francois St. Laurent #38
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Games 18-19 17 15
Career Games 416 690
First NHL Game 3/30/11 11/10/05
Birthplace Bouctouche, NB Greenfield Park, QC
Goals/Gm 6.0 (14) 6.4 (4)
PP/Gm 3.4 (4) 3.1 (18)
Penl/Gm 4.1 (5) 3.9 (10)
PIM/Gm 9.3 (8) 9.4 (6)
% of Penl on Home 46.0% (31) 47.0% (23)
More Penl on Rd % 18.0% (9) 11.0% (19)
Home Win % 66.0% (4) 68.0% (2)
Home Rec. 48-25 50-23
OT/SO Games 21.0% (26) 15.0% (34)
Calls by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
2017-18 29% 35% 35% 35% 33% 32%
Team Records 17-18 16-17 15-16 17-18 16-17 15-16
MIN 0-4 4-1 2-4 1-3 2-1 0-2
STL 2-1 2-2 2-4 3-2 1-5 0-1
 

LINESMEN

  Libor Suchanek #60 Michel Cormier #76
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Games 18-19 16 3
Career Games 53 1013
First NHL Game 11/16/17 10/10/03
Birthplace Stod, Czech Trois-Rivieres, QC

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Ugh....there's a TIME LIMIT for when we can edit our posts? Bah humbug I say.

 

Anyway, here's the link for today's game preview: 

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There are some interesting screen shots I posted, so definitely check it out.

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31 minutes ago, rottenrefs said:

Double the sludge, double the fun. I'm thinking these bums are going to play a factor in today's game.

 

Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues – 3:00 EST

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  Jean Hebert #15 Francois St. Laurent #38
 

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Games 18-19 17 15
Career Games 416 690
First NHL Game 3/30/11 11/10/05
Birthplace Bouctouche, NB Greenfield Park, QC
Goals/Gm 6.0 (14) 6.4 (4)
PP/Gm 3.4 (4) 3.1 (18)
Penl/Gm 4.1 (5) 3.9 (10)
PIM/Gm 9.3 (8) 9.4 (6)
% of Penl on Home 46.0% (31) 47.0% (23)
More Penl on Rd % 18.0% (9) 11.0% (19)
Home Win % 66.0% (4) 68.0% (2)
Home Rec. 48-25 50-23
OT/SO Games 21.0% (26) 15.0% (34)
Calls by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
2017-18 29% 35% 35% 35% 33% 32%
Team Records 17-18 16-17 15-16 17-18 16-17 15-16
MIN 0-4 4-1 2-4 1-3 2-1 0-2
STL 2-1 2-2 2-4 3-2 1-5 0-1
 

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My god, it's like the French Connection of officials.....well with the exception of Suchanek.

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Not sure if I'll be around today have another Funeral visitation to go to that goes from 2-5. I am not sure what time we're going to arrive at or how long we will be staying.

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Wild already have secured a winning road trip at 4-2-0 with this last stop at St. Louis coming up.
Just looking for the team to continue their winning ways...especially against a club like the Blues who are still a mess, still trying to claw their way up from the bottom and who have question marks in goal, on the defense overall, and perhaps, maybe even behind the bench!

That said, the Blues can still score (they rank 3rd in the entire league in GF/game) with Ryan O'Reilly in particular being red hot and it looks like the return of Robbi Fabbri has sparked the rest of the team as well....Tarasenko, Steen, and maybe Schwartz and Schenn being other players the Wild will have to account for.

 

Simply put... if the Wild can play a full 60 minutes (yes, we always seem to say that, don't we?) and maintain their structure while Dubnyk continues to play like he has in goal, I see no reason the team can't make it a 5-2-0 complete road trip.

The defensive structure should be able to match whatever the Blues do up front, while Minnesota's offense, cooking a bit more of late, should be able to exploit the Blues' defense and goaltending...……….. and NO ONE can tell me that the Wild don't get under the skin of former coach Mike Yeo...even just a little bit... :bigteeth:

Go Wild GOOOOO!!
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3 hours ago, rottenrefs said:

Who's eager to see Yeo-bobble continue to sip 'what's in the water' from his infamous water bottle?

:goodjob:

 

Let's stamp on every note of the blues...

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2 hours ago, bbgarnett said:

Not sure if I'll be around today have another Funeral visitation to go to that goes from 2-5. I am not sure what time we're going to arrive at or how long we will be staying.

I guess it depends on how fond you were of that person who passed away... have a good one!

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Ok Nino, time to snap out of it. Your playing in the 1st line and in the 1st PP unit. This is the perfect time to do it - force Yeo to eat some crow.

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3 hours ago, MNSOTA said:

 

My god, it's like the French Connection of officials.....well with the exception of Suchanek. 

 

Bad visual image of the day: Francois St. Laurent and Tim Peel working a Wild playoff game.

 

Good visual of the day: The Wild kicking the Blues while they're down and collecting two easy, boring points.

 

And on a non-hockey related note, THANK YOU to all men and women who serve the country -- past, present and future.

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Rotten, how did you add the note?!?!?!?!

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@Hockey-78 thanks it was my grandma's Sister and unfortunately, her daughter passed away 2 weeks ago so we went to that funeral/visitation as well. Her husband passed away Last year and their grandson passed away like 12 years ago so they've been through a lot.

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2 minutes ago, bbgarnett said:

@Hockey-78 thanks it was my grandma's Sister and unfortunately, her daughter passed away 2 weeks ago so we went to that funeral/visitation as well. Her husband passed away Last year and their grandson passed away like 12 years ago so they've been through a lot.

sorry for your loss BB 

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Ugh......when did Scottrade Center get renamed to Enterprise Center?

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29 minutes ago, McMahon 6 said:

 

Bad visual image of the day: Francois St. Laurent and Tim Peel working a Wild playoff game.

 

Good visual of the day: The Wild kicking the Blues while they're down and collecting two easy, boring points.

 

And on a non-hockey related note, THANK YOU to all men and women who serve the country -- past, present and future.

 

I will say you are very welcome on behalf of my husband who is a very proud former Army Ranger.
My brother is currently in the regular Army as a M1 Abrams sergeant.

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Just now, MNSOTA said:

Ugh......when did Scottrade Center get renamed to Enterprise Center?

 

Ever since the Romulans threatened to take over the arena.... they figured, with Captains Kirk, Archer or Jean Luc Picard around, they wouldn't dare!
:ph34r: :shifty:

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Good grief.....it's 33F out and one of our neighbors is mowing their lawn.

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1 minute ago, TropicalFruitGirl26 said:

 

Ever since the Romulans threatened to take over the arena.... they figured, with Captains Kirk, Archer or Jean Luc Picard around, they wouldn't dare!
:ph34r: :shifty:

 

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2 minutes ago, bbgarnett said:

@Hockey-78 thanks it was my grandma's Sister and unfortunately, her daughter passed away 2 weeks ago so we went to that funeral/visitation as well. Her husband passed away Last year and their grandson passed away like 12 years ago so they've been through a lot.

That has to be tough. I lost my grandma in last March and I'm still not over it. From that perspective one hockey game means nothing... take the time you need, we'll win this one.

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1 minute ago, MNSOTA said:

Good grief.....it's 33F out and one of our neighbors is mowing their lawn.

sounds like my neighbors they have a weekly routine its like their life revolves around lawn care

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