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Minnesota Wild (35-27-7)  77pts*

 

Top 5 Scorers:*

1. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 23G 31A = 54pts

2. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 8G 40A = 48pts

3. #11 Zach Parise ~ 25G 21A = 46pts

4. #13 Nick Bonino ~ 18G 17A = 35pts

5. #46 Jared Spurgeon ~ 12G 20A = 32pts

 

Top 3 PIM's:*

1. #38 Ryan Hartman ~ 69 PIM's

2. #18 Jordan Greenway ~ 54 PIM's

3. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 42 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders:*

1. #33 Cam Talbot (12-10-1)  2.63GAA  .919%SP  2SO

2. #31 Kaapo Kahkonen (3-1-1)  2.96GAA  .913%SP

 

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Los Angeles Kings (29-35-6)  64pts*

 

Top 5 Scorers:*

1. #11 Anze Kopitar ~ 21G 41A = 62pts

2. #19 Alex Iafallo ~ 17G 26A = 43pts

3. #23 Dustin Brown ~ 17G 18A = 35pts

4. #8 Drew Doughty ~ 7G 28A = 35pts

5. #9 Adrian Kempe ~ 11G 21A = 32pts

 

Top 3 PIM's:*

1. #56 Kurtis MacDermid ~ 47 PIM's

2. #51 Austin Wagner ~ 39 PIM's

3. #8 Drew Doughty ~ 36 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders:*

1. #32 Jonathan Quick (16-22-4)  2.79GAA  .904%SP  1SO

2. #40 Cal Petersen (5-3-0)  2.64GAA  .922%SP

* - Last year's stats

 

 

 

Hey all! It's been a while since I've ventured into the forums. Life has been busy, and honestly with this team, I needed a mental and emotional break from them. Hope you're all well and have managed to avoid our "friend" 'Rona. Alas, I have not. As I mentioned in the preview, I was diagnosed positive on December 18th, and am still dealing with lingering symptoms (for me, cough and laryngitis). With the lateness of the game (or if I'll even be able to watch it, FU Sinclair), I'm not sure if I'll be in here during the game. Also with all the broadcast issues due to Sinclair, it is unclear as of now if we'll be able to have post-game reports. Catch you all later.

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https://thesportsdaily.com/?p=1178631   Minnesota Wild (35-27-7)  77pts*   Top 5 Scorers:* 1. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 23G 31A = 54pts 2. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 8G 40A = 48pts 3. #11 Zach Parise ~ 25G 21A = 46pts 4. #13 Nick Bonino ~ 18G 17A = 35pts 5. #46 Jared Spurgeon ~ 12G 20A = 32pts   Top 3 PIM's:* 1. #38 Ryan Hartman ~ 69 PIM's 2. #18 Jordan Greenway ~ 54 PIM's 3. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 42 PIM's   Top Goaltenders:* 1. #33

True but Dumba or Johhansen need to tie Carter up 

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One of the few times I like the late start as I have hockey practice from 7:00-9:00 tonight. 
Was listening to NHL talk on SiriusXM yesterday while I was on the road for work. They were going over each division on who would make the playoffs this season. I was a bit shocked that 3 of the 4 guys picked the Wild to finish fourth and make into the post season. It starts tonight boys. Let’s Go Wild!!!!!

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5 hours ago, MNSOTA said:

https://thesportsdaily.com/?p=1178631

 

Minnesota Wild (35-27-7)  77pts*

 

Top 5 Scorers😘

1. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 23G 31A = 54pts

2. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 8G 40A = 48pts

3. #11 Zach Parise ~ 25G 21A = 46pts

4. #13 Nick Bonino ~ 18G 17A = 35pts

5. #46 Jared Spurgeon ~ 12G 20A = 32pts

 

Top 3 PIM's😘

1. #38 Ryan Hartman ~ 69 PIM's

2. #18 Jordan Greenway ~ 54 PIM's

3. #22 Kevin Fiala ~ 42 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders😘

1. #33 Cam Talbot (12-10-1)  2.63GAA  .919%SP  2SO

2. #31 Kaapo Kahkonen (3-1-1)  2.96GAA  .913%SP

 

Vs.

 

Los Angeles Kings (29-35-6)  64pts*

 

Top 5 Scorers😘

1. #11 Anze Kopitar ~ 21G 41A = 62pts

2. #19 Alex Iafallo ~ 17G 26A = 43pts

3. #23 Dustin Brown ~ 17G 18A = 35pts

4. #8 Drew Doughty ~ 7G 28A = 35pts

5. #9 Adrian Kempe ~ 11G 21A = 32pts

 

Top 3 PIM's😘

1. #56 Kurtis MacDermid ~ 47 PIM's

2. #51 Austin Wagner ~ 39 PIM's

3. #8 Drew Doughty ~ 36 PIM's

 

Top Goaltenders😘

1. #32 Jonathan Quick (16-22-4)  2.79GAA  .904%SP  1SO

2. #40 Cal Petersen (5-3-0)  2.64GAA  .922%SP

* - Last year's stats

 

 

 

Hey all! It's been a while since I've ventured into the forums. Life has been busy, and honestly with this team, I needed a mental and emotional break from them. Hope you're all well and have managed to avoid our "friend" 'Rona. Alas, I have not. As I mentioned in the preview, I was diagnosed positive on December 18th, and am still dealing with lingering symptoms (for me, cough and laryngitis). With the lateness of the game (or if I'll even be able to watch it, FU Sinclair), I'm not sure if I'll be in here during the game. Also with all the broadcast issues due to Sinclair, it is unclear as of now if we'll be able to have post-game reports. Catch you all later.

sorry to here about getting the virus I hope you get well soon 

 

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I am honestly not expecting a whole lot from the Minnesota Wild this season, but in the crazy times we live in now, there could be some crazy results....and some players on the Wild may very well step up their games.

Good way for the team to start out their 'transition' campaign is against the three California teams, whom I see struggling as well this season.
With the Wild seeing lots of the LA Kings before they see a REAL challenge in the Avalanche later this month, this may give Minnesota a good way to gel as a team.

I am particularly interested in seeing how Mat Dumba, Eriksson-Ek, Greenway, and Fiala play as I think those players will be key in keeping this team competitive.
Also, I know Cam Talbot is the number one, but hoping Kahkonen takes those reigns sooner than later.

Good luck to the Green, Red, and White tonight!
:wild:

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Is it just me, or when anyone says Kaprizov’s last name, do you also hear “Capri Sun”?  Kind of like this guy on either the German or Austrian WJC team....his last name was Munsenberger. Every time his name was called, I heard Bunsen burner. 

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3 hours ago, Villette/Lavaux said:

While the top-3 appears to be pretty obvious between STL, COL and VGK with ANA and AZ fading in the bottom, the fourth place remains wide open. I don't see SJ making it and there's a big question mark with LA. The Wild might be a surprise (or half-surprise) by sneaking in to the playoffs.

In 2 years, the Kings will be loaded with high-end youth.  We will not be able to overlook them by 2022/2023.

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