Florida Panthers vs Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Streaming, & More

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Get all the details you need on tonight’s game against the Florida Panthers in our game preview.

Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Streaming, and Radio Broadcasts
Puck Drop: 7pm Central Time

TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, FS-F in Florida
Online Streaming: NHL Gamecenter
Radio: KFAN 100.3 FM in Minneapolis area and 560 WQAM in Florida
Streaming Radio: NHL Radio or KFAN online at I Heart Radio

Nationally Broadcast Games:
Tampa Bay Lightning vs. St. Louis Blues on NHL Network, 6:30pm Central Time

Playoff Odds
The Wild’s playoff odds are down .5% since yesterday to 39.2%, according to Sports Club Stats. The Vancouver Canucks beating the Chicago Blackhawks in overtime last night didn’t help the Wild out. They got a little boost from the Washington Capitals beating the San Jose Sharks, but that game went into overtime, so it wasn’t much help. The Sharks got a point out of it.

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The Wild stand to get a 4.9% boost in their odds if they take away two points tonight. They will also benefit from a Nashville Predators win over the Winnipeg Jets, a Calgary Flames win over the Los Angeles Kings, and a New York Rangers win over the Colorado Avalanche.

The boost from a Flames win is small, just .7%. The Wild go down .2% with a Kings win. So that’s a marginal game and the Wild just really don’t want that to turn into a three-point game.

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  • Stephane Veilleux has been called up and Brett Sutter has been sent down. This has a lot to do with the penalty kill.
  • Alex dug into the medical side of Zucker’s injury.
  • Comparing Devan Dubnyk’s first ten games to Darcy Kuemper’s first ten games.
  • Should the Wild have buyer’s remorse on Thomas Vanek?
  • The Wild are losing depth as they gain ground in the standings.
  • The Iowa Wild have signed rookie Greg Wolfe.
  • The Iowa Wild also signed defenseman Joel Chouinard.
  • Hockey Wilderness’ Iowa Wild Weekly Report.
  • I wrote about the fantasy impact of the Jhonas Enroth and Evander Kane/Drew Stafford/Tyler Myers/Zach Bogosian trades yesterday.
  • Erik Cole might be a hidden gem of the trade market, but there are risks for potential buyers.
  • A look over the standings if there wasn’t a three-point system in the NHL.
  • Hockey Wilderness’ Women’s Hockey Round-Up.
  • Would $22M keep Jeff Petry in Edmonton?
  • Evander Kane trade could change Andrej Sekera’s future.