Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Streaming, & More


The Wild take on the Canucks, a team they’re getting cozy with after not seeing them for most of the season. We’ll have a link to the full game preview here once that’s up today. But for now, take a look below for spots where you can catch the game, an update on playoff odds, and all the links you need to read in advance of Monday night’s game against the Canucks.

Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Online Streaming, and Radio Broadcasts

Game starts at 7pm CST

TV: FS-N in Minnesota and SNP in Vancouver
Radio: KFAN, 100.3 FM in Minneapolis area
Online Streaming: NHL Gamecenter
Radio Streaming: NHL Radio or KFAN on I Heart Radio

Playoff Odds

According to Sports Club Stats the Wild’s playoff odds are up to 36.3%, which is up from our last update, but down just a bit from yesterday’s update if you’re following along with us on Twitter. The Wild saw the slight downtick because of both the Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets winning yesterday.

The Wild get a 5.9% bump with a regulation win tonight. They also benefit from a Columbus win over Los Angeles and get a small benefit from a regulation decision between San Jose and Calgary. There’s slightly more benefit to a Calgary win, but the Wild win as long as this one doesn’t go into an extra frame.

Reads You Need Before the Game

  • Devan Dubnyk was named the NHL’s first star of the week.
  • The Wild recalled Darcy Kuemper from his conditioning stint in Iowa.
  • Do Marco Scandella’s minutes need to be limited?
  • Potential trade targets on the blue line for the Wild.
  • Dubnyk has helped dismantle the diagnosis of problem in December and January that didn’t focus on goaltending.
  • Matt Cooke will miss 5-6 weeks.
  • Johan Gustafsson was recalled by the Iowa Wild.
  • Devan Dubnyk has a new mask.
  • Mike Yeo was coach of the week on Bleacher Report’s Team of the Week.
  • The Iowa Wild recalled Olivier Archambault and Ryan Walters and signed Joe Perry to a professional tryout.
  • The Wild climbed from #19 to #13 in Bleacher Report’s weekly power rankings.
  • The Iowa Wild signed defenseman Joe Stejskal to a professional tryout.
  • Can the Rangers survive a month without Henrik Lundqvist, a bit of an expansion on an earlier article I did at Hockey Prospectus.
  • Steve Mason got injured last night, during a TV timeout.
  • Great piece about Edina boys hockey coach Curt Giles.
  • The Wild aren’t the only team with goaltending struggles. The Stars have reassigned former first round draft pick Jack Campbell to the Idaho Steelheads of the ECHL.
  • Don’t underestimate Evander Kane’s value.