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CreaseAndAssist

Wild vs. Vancouver Game #2, August 4th, 2020 @ 9:45PM CST - Official GDT

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Minnesota Leads the series 1-0

 

50% - Wild Power Play (4th in the NHL)

 

100% - Wild Penalty Kill (Tied for 1st in the NHL)

 

31 shots per game (14th in the NHL)

 

41% - Wild Faceoff Win Percentage (Last in the NHL)

 

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0.0% - Canucks Power Play (last in the NHL) 

 

51% - Canucks Penalty Kill (21st in the NHL)

 

28 shots per game (20th in the NHL)

 

59% - Canucks Faceoff Win Percentage (1st in the NHL)

 

Lines

 

Vancouver Canucks

Pearson~Horvat~Boeser

Miller~Pettersson~Toffoli

Roussel~Gaudette~Ferland

Motte~Beagle~Sutter

 

Edler~Myers

Hughes~Tanev

Fantenberg~Stecher

 

Markstrom

Demko

 

Minnesota Wild

Greenway-Staal-Fiala

Parise~Eriksson Ek~Kunin

Foligno~Galchenyuk~Zuccarello

Donato~Koivu~Hartman

 

Suter~Spurgeon

Brodin~Dumba

Soucy~Hunt

 

Stalock

Dubnyk

 

Not a lot of stats with just one game in the books, so we spared you with the individual statistics etc.  If the Wild advance beyond the 1st round then we'll have our normal game previews.  With everything as compressed as it is we will just have a post-gamer and keep it simple like this through the play-in series.  In case anyone is curious, Ferland was only fined $5,000 for spearing Hartman while Kunin got tagged with a $1,000 fine for grabbing Ferland's stick while being on the bench.  IMO if you're the Wild, you weather the inevitable storm that will come from Vancouver early, stay smart and move your feet to stay out of the penalty box and get that first goal and take command of this series.  Enjoy and discuss.  

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4 hours ago, CreaseAndAssist said:

Minnesota Leads the series 1-0

 

50% - Wild Power Play (4th in the NHL)

 

100% - Wild Penalty Kill (Tied for 1st in the NHL)

 

31 shots per game (14th in the NHL)

 

41% - Wild Faceoff Win Percentage (Last in the NHL)

 

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0.0% - Canucks Power Play (last in the NHL) 

 

51% - Canucks Penalty Kill (21st in the NHL)

 

28 shots per game (20th in the NHL)

 

59% - Canucks Faceoff Win Percentage (1st in the NHL)

 

Lines

 

Vancouver Canucks

Pearson~Horvat~Boeser

Miller~Pettersson~Toffoli

Roussel~Gaudette~Ferland

Motte~Beagle~Sutter

 

Edler~Myers

Hughes~Tanev

Fantenberg~Stecher

 

Markstrom

Demko

 

Minnesota Wild

Greenway-Staal-Fiala

Parise~Eriksson Ek~Kunin

Foligno~Galchenyuk~Zuccarello

Donato~Koivu~Hartman

 

Suter~Spurgeon

Brodin~Dumba

Soucy~Hunt

 

Stalock

Dubnyk

 

Not a lot of stats with just one game in the books, so we spared you with the individual statistics etc.  If the Wild advance beyond the 1st round then we'll have our normal game previews.  With everything as compressed as it is we will just have a post-gamer and keep it simple like this through the play-in series.  In case anyone is curious, Ferland was only fined $5,000 for spearing Hartman while Kunin got tagged with a $1,000 fine for grabbing Ferland's stick while being on the bench.  IMO if you're the Wild, you weather the inevitable storm that will come from Vancouver early, stay smart and move your feet to stay out of the penalty box and get that first goal and take command of this series.  Enjoy and discuss.  

ya what you said ... good play so far for the boy's

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Let's hope the Canucks keep on behaving like idiots, the refs keep on following the rule book, and we'll get another win easy. If they decide to actually play hockey, we might have some competition.

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Game#2 it is not an easy one for us on start. First shot and as fastest goal at these entire NHL playoffs series so far. Unfortunately, into our net . They(Wild) should stay out of the penalty box and to start improving our offense from all lines like Hurricanes did and won their series in 3 games against Rangers. Impressed already with their result.

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Kunin!!!!!My dear! 1:1 so far after the 1st period.

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It was a beautiful pass of Parise to the shorthanded Kunin's goal. Nice finish of the 1st period. Shots so far 10:9 after  the 1st intermission. 

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1 minute ago, MNSOTA said:

Why am I still awake?

your riveted by this edge of your seat exciting hockey 😏

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3 minutes ago, wildstars95 said:

will they etch in parentheses (covid cup winner)....on stanley........

I do not think so. In my opinion, it is going to be the most toughest Cup in NHL history without fans, without opened bars and restaurants with lots of other restrictions. We have a co-worker whose son is now (assistant)in Edmonton helping to supply a Colorado team. He is surprised how is not an easy Cup is going to be in everything. I think the winner will be proud not less as the regular Stanley Cup winner. All teams are pretty competitive and professional.

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This was the Canucks team I was expecting to see. 
Let's see how we handle this now.
Side note:  it's nice to see no one complaing about the refs.
We had 2 early PP's and did squat.

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The Canucks came to play this time, instead of trying to just rough us out of the game. We were as ugly as they were in game one. It's going to be interesting to see game 3. We really need much more to go forth.

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