Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild TV Listings, streaming


The Minnesota Wild go for a sweep of western Canada this afternoon as they take on the Vancouver Canucks in a matinee and Super Bowl appetizer.

The Wild have played very strongly since the acquisition of Devan Dubnyk, but their recent surge may be put to the test as Justin Fontaine draws out of the lineup due to injury and the team may be losing Ryan Suter as well.

Get updates on that in the Gone Puck Wild game preview here.

Minnesota Wild TV listings, online streaming, radio, and audio streaming options
TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, SNP in Vancouver
Radio: KFAN 100.3 FM in Minneapolis area, 1040 in Vancouver
Streaming: NHL Gamecenter
Audio Stream: NHL radio or KFAN on I Heart Radio

Some good articles to take in before today’s game

  • After a three-in-three the Iowa Wild’s losing streak has stretched to six games with losses to Grand Rapids on Thursday, Hamilton on Friday, and Hamilton again on Saturday (recap of Saturday coming soon).
  • Derek talked here about Iowa’s leadership woes following their six-game losing streak.
  • With Darcy Kuemper in Iowa, Johan Gustafsson was reassigned to the Alaska Aces.
  • Hockey Wilderness asks if the Wild should re-sign Dubnyk.
  • No goals? No problem. says Wild Xtra on Pominville’s lack of goals.
  • I wrote a bit at Hockey Prospectus about how teams are performing when they get different levels of goaltending (probably more on that soon from a Wild perspective).
  • Canucks average roster age is beginning to decrease.
  • What should the Bruins do with Carl Soderberg?
  • What’s going on with Cody Hodgson?
  • The Buffalo Sabres’ losing streak is close setting some rather unfortunate records.
  • The notion that Oliver Ekmann-Larsson might be on the trading block has made people excited… here a Flyers take and an Oilers take.