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Wild vs. Senators 11/21/18 @ 7:00PM CST at the X

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Minnesota Wild (12-7-2)  26pts  3rd in the Central

3.10 Goals For Per Game (16th in the NHL)

2.67 Goals Against Per Game (7th in the NHL)

 

21.7% Power Play (12th in the NHL)

84.9% Penalty Kill (3rd in the NHL)

 

Top 5 Scorers:

1. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 10G 9A = 19pts

2. #11 Zach Parise ~ 9G 9A = 18pts

3. #9 Mikko Koivu ~ 4G 14A = 18pts

4. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 3G 12A = 15pts

5. #12 Eric Staal ~ 6G 8A = 14pts

 

Top 3 PIM’s:

1. #17 Marcus Foligno ~ 21 PIM’s

2. #21 Eric Fehr ~ 18 PIM’s

3. #36 Nick Seeler ~ 13 PIM’s

 

Top Goaltenders:

1. #40 Devan Dubnyk (9-5-2)  2.36GAA  .925%SP

2. #32 Alex Stalock (3-2-0)  2.60GAA  .909%SP

 

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Ottawa Senators (9-9-3)  21pts  6th in the Atlantic

 

3.57 Goals For Per Game (1st in the NHL)

4.19 Goals Against Per Game (31st in the NHL)

 

25% Power Play (7th in the NHL)

68.2% Penalty Kill (31st in the NHL)

 

Top 5 Scorers:

1. #95 Matt Duchene ~ 10G 17A = 27pts

2. #61 Mark Stone ~ 9G 15A = 24pts

3. #72 Thomas Chabot ~ 5G 19A = 24pts

4. #71 Chris Tierney ~ 2G 15A = 17pts

5. #18 Ryan Dzingel ~ 9G 7A = 16pts

 

Top 3 PIM’s:

1. #74 Mark Borowiecki ~ 41 PIM’s

2. #2 Dylan DeMelo ~ 14 PIM’s

3. #6 Chris Wideman ~ 12 PIM’s

 

Top Goaltenders:

1. #41 Craig Anderson (9-6-3)  3.77GAA  .901%SP

2. #1 Mike Condon (0-2-0)  6.38GAA  .800%SP

 

MNSOTA wrote up the game preview, I'll be on the post-gamer.  This has the makings of a crazy game or a super painful one.  The Senators can light the lamp like crazy, but they can get lit up just as easily.  The Wild have had a bit of a power outage lately offensively even though they've had a lot of shots on goal.  The Senators have the top scoring blueline in the NHL this season.  Not sure what to expect from the Wild who are coming off a few days to rest and going into the short one-day Thanksgiving Day furlough.  Enjoy and discuss...

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I always hate it when the Wild get a multi-day break. It always seems like they come out sluggish in the first. And Ottawa is one of those teams the Wild should run off the ice, but then they should have done that to Chicago too...hopefully the team is focused on tonight and not how much turkey they are going to eat tomorrow...

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Ottawa Senators at Minnesota Wild – 8:00 EST

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  Steve Kozari #40 Frederick L’Ecuyer #17
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Games 18-19 18 20
Career Games 838 646
First NHL Game 10/15/05 10/13/07
Birthplace Penticton, BC St-Tite, QC
Goals/Gm 5.7 (34) 5.9 (22)
PP/Gm 3.1 (16) 2.8 (34)
Penl/Gm 3.9 (10) 3.5 (32)
PIM/Gm 9.1 (12) 8.7 (22)
% of Penl on Home 46.0% (31) 47.0% (23)
More Penl on Rd % 16.0% (12) 15.0% (13)
Home Win % 51.0% (29) 56.0% (19)
Home Rec. 38-36 40-32
OT/SO Games 24.0% (16) 14.0% (36)
Calls by Period 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
2017-18 37% 33% 30% 30% 39% 31%
Team Records 17-18 16-17 15-16 17-18 16-17 15-16
OTT 4-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 3-0 2-3
MIN 2-2 3-2 2-4 2-3 3-2 0-2
 

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Games 18-19 9 20
Career Games 9 1233
First NHL Game 10/11/18 10/7/00
Birthplace Bouctouche, NB Little Falls, MN

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Why does Ryan Suter stop at Kwik Trip? Because they pay you to promote there brand.

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6 minutes ago, bbgarnett said:

Why does Ryan Suter stop at Kwik Trip?

 

'cause he thinks all that Romaine lettuce will make him faster.

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Just now, McMahon 6 said:

 

'cause he thinks all that Romaine lettuce will make him faster.

 

Apparently right now it may for "TotP"  

 

aka

 

Time

on

the

Pot

 

Which is often judiciously considered this time of year, especially this week!

 

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@Megawild yeah, my Grandma bought some yesterday and then said she got in the car and on the radio they said to throw all romaine lettuce away, Stores should not be selling it and restaurants should not be serving it and you should not be eating it. She said to hell with it and ate it anyway.

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There just being really cautious and they don't know which is bad or where it came from and or dates it was produced so there just blanket covering everything right now.

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Just now, bbgarnett said:

There just being really cautious and they don't know which is bad or where it came from and or dates it was produced so there just blanket covering everything right now.

 

Oh I know, and FFS, shouldn't washing it well do the trick?!?!

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2 minutes ago, Megawild said:

Oh I know, and FFS, shouldn't washing it well do the trick?!?!

 

Depends on whether the people at the processing/packaging centers pay attention to the "employees must wash hands before returning to work" sign...

 

Missed Tuesday's game, but it looks like the good guys have more zip in their skates tonight.

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1 minute ago, McMahon 6 said:

 

Depends on whether the people at the processing/packaging centers pay attention to the "employees must wash hands before returning to work" sign...

 

Missed Tuesday's game, but it looks like the good guys have more zip in their skates tonight.

 

I have a feeling it's more related to fertilizers or transportation than an employee or two's hygiene habits...

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This looks like a good time to see if the Zilla-McMahon Chinese food run strategy can work 3X in a row for the Wild.. c-ya in a while.

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