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Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Online Streams, and Radio Broadcasts

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TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, and SPSO in Raleigh
Online Stream: NHL Gamecenter
Radio Broadcast: KFAN 100.3 FM in the Minneapolis area and 99.9 FM in the Raleigh area
Radio Stream: NHL Radio or KFAN on I Heart Radio

Playoff Odds

The Minnesota Wild got a 3.483% bump in their odds of making the playoffs following yesterday’s win over the Capitals, according to They’re up to 91.108%, which is fifth in the Western Conference, ahead of the Los Angeles Kings, Winnipeg Jets, Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks, and Dallas Stars. (Sorry Colorado, your season is over.)

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The Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings both took shootout wins last night, not helping the the Wild at all, but the Vancouver Canucks took a shootout loss to the Arizona Coyotes, which should have given the Wild a slight bump since they pulled away from the Canucks by a point.

Winning 15 of their last 17 games has the Wild in great shape to grab a playoff spot. Tonight they’ll help themselves out, as usual, by winning against the 24-31-7 Hurricanes, who are deep in the McEichel race. The Wild can get a hand in the standings on Friday night with a Detroit Red Wings win over the Calgary Flames. They also get a very, very small bump in their odds if the Edmonton Oilers get a win over the Chicago Blackhawks.

Here’s a look at how the Western Conference odds look in graph form.

Links You Need To Read

  • A recap of the Wild’s comeback win over the Capitals last night.
  • Talking about the relative importance of player size at Hockey Wilderness.
  • Some thoughts on the departure of Zack Phillips.
  • Chad Graff notes that the Wild’s colors are trending toward maroon and gold.
  • The Wild are ranking #13 in the NHL’s weekly power rankings.
  • has Filip Forsberg leading the Calder Trophy race.
  • The Boston Bruins signed Torey Krug and Riley Smith to contract extensions on Friday.
  • Kimmo Timonen announced that he will retire at the end of this season.
  • Connor McDavid extended his point streak, grabbing five points in a game last night.
  • Richard Panik was fined for diving.
  • The Predators lost their fifth straight game last night.
  • Giles Ferrell talks about the Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament at Wild Xtra.
  • Also, check out this incredible shootout winner from David Schlemko in his first game with the Calgary Flames.

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