Buffalo Sabres vs. Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Live Streaming & More


The Minnesota Wild and new goaltender Devan Dubnyk (acquired yesterday via trade) head to upstate New York to take on the Buffalo Sabres tonight.

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There’s been a lot of roster action on the team in the last 36 hours. The trade for Dubnyk meant that today the Wild returned John Curry to the Iowa Wild, who could use him as they’ll be playing three games in three days this weekend. That also means that goaltender Parker Milner will likely be returned to the Quad City Mallards.

The team placed both Marco Scandella (retroactive) and Justin Falk on injured reserve and called up Matt Dumba.

Ryan Suter will also be out after getting a two-game suspension handed down from the Department of Player Safety yesterday.

But you can get a full breakdown of all that action and more in Andrew’s game preview for tonight.

Here’s hoping that things start to turn around tonight.

Minnesota Wild TV Listings & Streaming Options
TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, and MSG-B in Buffalo
Live Streaming: NHL Gamecenter
Radio: KFAN 100.3 FM
Radio Streaming: NHL Radio or KFAN via I Heart Radio

A few good reads before the game:

  • Devan Dubnyk: First Thoughts by Ger Devine at Hockey Wilderness.
  • Stripping the C by our own Ben Remington at Wild Xtra.
  • Iowa Wild Shutout By Chicago Wolves, with a little bit of bonus at the end on how Johan Gustafsson’s numbers are a little deceiving.
  • (Back) Checked Out by Aaron Lapensky at Wild Xtra.
  • After long travel night/morning, Dubnyk excited about Wild debut; Wild’s D a mess with Suter, Scandella, Falk out by Michael Russo at the Star Tribune.
  • Thursday (Impressive advanced stats for new Wild goalie) edition: Wha’ Happened? by Michael Rand at the Star Tribune.
  • Wild GM Chuck Fletcher: “We’re in a perilous position for our season” by Michael Russo for the Star Tribune.
  • Wild coach Mike Yeo: ‘I’m a realist; I know what’s going on’ by Chad Graff for the Pioneer Press.
  • Wild Welcome Back Matt Dumba by Chad Graff for the Pioneer Press.