New Jersey Devils 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 MSG+2 in New Jersey and New York area
Online Streaming: NHL Gamecenter
Radio Broadcast: KFAN in Minneapolis area and WFAN in Newark area
Radio Streaming: NHL Radio and KFAN on I Heart Radio

Nationally Televised Games:
New York Rangers at New York Islanders (the Rangers final journey to Nassau Coliseum), 6pm CST, NHL Network
Los Angeles Kings at Colorado Avalanche, 8pm CST, NBCSN

Playoff Odds

The Wild’s playoff odds took a solid tumble after losing to the Avalanche on Sunday. They’re down to a 87.5% probability of making the playoffs according to They’ve fallen just below the Vancouver Canucks, who sit at a 90.6% probability.

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The Wild’s odds took a slight tumble yesterday as well, with the San Jose Sharks beating the Pittsburgh Penguins in a shootout and the Vancouver Canucks beating the rapidly sinking Anaheim Ducks.

Tonight the Wild benefit from a St. Louis Blues win over the Winnipeg Jets, a Colorado Avalanche win over the Los Angeles Kings (because even though the Avs don’t seem to believe it, they’re done), and a Philadelphia Flyers win over the Dallas Stars.

Here’s a look at how the Western Conference playoff probabilities shake out as of Tuesday morning.

Links You Need to Read

  • The Minnesota Wild’s 3 stars of the week.
  • Should the Wild draft a defenseman with their second round pick in 2015?
  • Speaking of second round picks, should we second guess the team’s use of second round picks?
  • The Hockey Writers did a mock draft based on the current standings and have the Wild drafting Paul Bittner.
  • ESPN’s weekly power rankings have the Wild on the rise.
  • In Bleacher Report’s power rankings for the week the Wild are on the rise as well, but not quite as much as in ESPN’s rankings.
  • Here’s our weekly Minnesota Wild prospects report, with lots on players getting started in the ECAC and Hockey East tournaments.
  • A bit from the Star Tribune about Patrick Roy taking shots at Michael Russo.
  • Despite a lost season, the New Jersey Devils are improving.
  • Next: Minnesota Wild Prospects Report

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