Edmonton Oilers vs Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Playoff Odds & More


Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Online Streaming, and Radio Broadcasts
7pm Central Time puck drop

TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, and SNOL in Edmonton
Online Stream: NHL Gamecenter
Radio: KFAN 100.3 FM in Minneapolis area and 630 CHED in Edmonton area
Radio Stream: NHL radio or KFAN on I Heart Radio

Nationally Televised Games:
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Carolina Hurricanes, 6pm CST, NBCSN

Playoff Odds
The Minnesota Wild’s playoff odds currently stand at 69.1%, according to Sports Club Stats. No real change from yesterday, as there were only two games on and the Pacific Division-leading Anaheim Ducks were the only Western Conference team in action.

More from Wild News

The Wild are in a new area for their game-to-game playoff odds. Wins are going to bring about a smaller percentage increase with a loss bringing a huge drop in playoff odds. If the Wild win tonight’s game against the Edmonton Oilers they’ll get a 3.4% boost in their playoff odds, but a loss would bring an 11.4% drop in their chances.

They can get some help tonight with a Dallas Stars win over the Winnipeg Jets (1.8%), a New York Rangers win over the Calgary Flames (1.1%), a Detroit Red Wings win over the Los Angeles Kings (1.3%), a Nashville Predators win over the Colorado Avalanche (.4%), a Boston Bruins win over the Vancouver Canucks (.4%), and a Florida Panthers win over the Chicago Blackhawks (.2%).

The odds are looking better with every passing game and what looks best of all is that the Wild currently hold the second wild card spot for a ticket to the playoffs.

Links You Need To Read

  • Chuck Fletcher did the five questions feature at NHL.com.
  • Here are the seven best Minnesota Wild stats of the last week.
  • Ben Remington picks his three stars of the week from the Minnesota Wild.
  • Our weekly Minnesota Wild prospects update, with power forward Pavel Jenys having a particularly strong week.
  • The Iowa Wild have signed veteran defenseman Steve McCarthy.
  • The Ducks traded Devante Smith-Pelley to the Montreal Canadiens for rookie Jiri Sekac.
  • The New York Islanders signed Nick Leddy to a seven-year contract extension.
  • The Canucks’ Ryan Miller was injured this weekend.
  • Tom Sesito will not play for the Canucks or their AHL affiliate for the rest of the season.
  • The weekly Bleacher Report power rankings have the Wild dropping two places since last week. Go figure.
  • Jonathan Quick, Henrik Sedin, and Max Pacioretty were named the NHL’s Three Stars of the week.
  • Ben Bishop has a crazy new glow in the dark, TRON-themed mask.
  • Boston University won the Beanpot Tournament with a win over Northeastern yesterday.
  • The Anaheim Ducks new AHL affiliate will be the San Diego Gulls.
  • Next: The Seven Best Minnesota Wild Stats of the Week