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Minnesota Wild @ Anaheim Ducks, Sunday 3-8-20, 8:00pm, Honda Center

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Minnesota Wild (34-27-7)  75pts  6th in the Central

3.13 Goals For Per Game (13th in the NHL)

3.13 Goals Against Per Game (23rd in the NHL)

20.7% Power Play (15th in the NHL)

76.7% Penalty Kill (28th in the NHL)

 

Top 5 Scorers:

1. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 21G 31A = 52pts

2. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 8G 39A = 47pts

3. #11 Zach Parise ~ 25G 20A = 45pts

4. #36 Mats Zuccarello ~ 14G 22A = 36pts

5. #46 Jared Spurgeon ~ 12G 19A = 31pts

 

Top 3 PIM's:

1. #38 Ryan Hartman ~ 69 PIM's

2. #19 Luke Kunin ~ 55 PIM's

3. #18 Jordan Greenway ~ 49 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders:

1. #32 Alex Stalock (20-11-4)  2.67GAA  .910%SP  4SO

2. #40 Devan Dubnyk (11-15-2)  3.34GAA  .892%SP  1SO

 

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Anaheim Ducks (28-32-8)  64pts  6th in the Pacific

2.51 Goals For Per Game (30th in the NHL)

3.15 Goals Against Per Game (24th in the NHL)

14.1% Power Play (31st in the NHL)

77.3% Penalty Kill (22nd in the NHL)

 

Top 5 Scorers:

1. #15 Ryan Getzlaf ~ 13G 28A = 41pts

2. #14 Adam Henrique ~ 25G 15A = 40pts

3. #67 Rickard Rakell ~ 14G 23A = 37pts

4. #33 Jakob Silfverberg ~ 18G 17A = 35pts

5. #4 Cam Fowler ~ 9G 20A = 29pts

 

Top 3 PIM's:

1. #20 Nick Deslauriers ~ 92 PIM's

2. #15 Ryan Getzlaf ~ 51 PIM's

3. #49 Max Jones ~ 32 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders:

1. #36 John Gibson (20-26-5)  3.00GAA  .904%SP  1SO

2. #30 Ryan Miller (8-6-3)  3.04GAA  .908%SP

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This game is going to tell a lot about the Wild. Is post-BB Evason-led Wild just another post-Yeo Torchetti-led Wild, that initially plays well, only to fail miserably in the end? It's hard to imagine any playoffs success, if they lose to another non-playoffs team like this in a row. Let them show that recent successes have been for real 🙏 

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1 hour ago, lynxrattle said:

This game is going to tell a lot about the Wild. Is post-BB Evason-led Wild just another post-Yeo Torchetti-led Wild, that initially plays well, only to fail miserably in the end? It's hard to imagine any playoffs success, if they lose to another non-playoffs team like this in a row. Let them show that recent successes have been for real 🙏 

I'd rather think this is a perfect chance to take it to the chin, miss the playoffs for an eye-opener to the owner.

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1 hour ago, Icechipper said:

Would think Dubnyk gets the net nod from Evanson......

Russo confirmed last night. 

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Fiala can do no wrong right now!

 

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Greenway sending the message, don't mess with me!

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8 hours ago, lynxrattle said:

This game is going to tell a lot about the Wild. Is post-BB Evason-led Wild just another post-Yeo Torchetti-led Wild, that initially plays well, only to fail miserably in the end? It's hard to imagine any playoffs success, if they lose to another non-playoffs team like this in a row. Let them show that recent successes have been for real 🙏 

I think our team did not take seriously LA Kings yesterday, which won previously 4 games in a row including pretty good teams from Pittsburgh, Vegas and Toronto . And Stalock's game, unfortunately, was not the best one too.

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A first half of a 2nd period is kind of boring to watch from our side. Ducks are pressing, but we are doing practically nothing. No offense at all. An interest to the game at this moment is dropping down too.

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11 minutes ago, bbgarnett said:

and a 3rd one Dubnyk should have had

Why do they still put him in the net? I still would prefer Stalock and even Robson for a tryout to build for him some NHL professional  confidence.

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Dubnyk played like he normally does (crap) but the team dug deep and Fiala bailed him out with a victory.  Kind of an ugly choppy and chippy game.  Sort of like what they've seen this entire California road trip but the team managed to go 2-for-3 and now are back in the playoff picture for now.  Unlikely we'll still be there when we play Vegas on Thursday but we got 2 more crucial points.  I have a full game recap, an Iowa Wild report and ton of prospect news as well as a full State Tournament summary.  Check it out!  

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Fiala an expected gamebreaker, but huge goals from Gally and Rask too! A nice surprise! They just managed to get their act together, enough for the points. That's all we're asking. Great!

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Rask's goal was impressive.  IMO, I'd try to give him another chance.  When you consider how long he spent just watching from the pressbox and to play as well as he did was a credit to him.  Yes, I know he's a professional but he was assertive and engaged...good to see.  

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On 3/8/2020 at 11:34 PM, lynxrattle said:

Fiala an expected gamebreaker, but huge goals from Gally and Rask too! A nice surprise! They just managed to get their act together, enough for the points. That's all we're asking. Great!

Fiala is playing more and more look like Gaborik.  Let's say he is our second Gaborik in the Wild history. 🙂. And our win in OT was practically a Fiala's win when the team received a PP after his individual  play around the net. And then he finally scored a game winning goal during that PP time. If he will play this way consistently till the rest of the season, then he has a chance to make a 30 goals this season. It is going to be the best achievement in his professional career. Parise also having a chance to make  a  30 goals this season as well.

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      Hidden Content Give reaction or reply to this topic to see the hidden content.   Dubnyk played like he normally does (crap) but the team dug deep and Fiala bailed him out with a victory.  Kind of an ugly choppy and chippy game.  Sort of like what they've seen this entire California road trip but the team managed to go 2-for-3 and now are back in the playoff picture for now.  Unlikely we'll still be there when we play Vegas on Th
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      Fiala an expected gamebreaker, but huge goals from Gally and Rask too! A nice surprise! They just managed to get their act together, enough for the points. That's all we're asking. Great!
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      Rask's goal was impressive.  IMO, I'd try to give him another chance.  When you consider how long he spent just watching from the pressbox and to play as well as he did was a credit to him.  Yes, I know he's a professional but he was assertive and engaged...good to see.  

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