St. Louis Blues vs Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Playoff Odds, & More


Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Online Streaming, and Radio Broadcasts

1pm Central Time Puck Drop

TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, NHL Network across the U.S., FS-MW in Missouri, and Sportsnet in Canada
Online Streaming: No online stream
Radio Broadcast: KFAN 100.2 FM in Minneapolis Area and KMOX 1120 in the St. Louis area
Radio Stream: NHL Radio or KFAN on I Heart Radio

Nationally Broadcast Games (besides the Wild game):
San Jose Sharks vs. Montreal Canadiens, 6pm CST, NHL Network

Playoff Odds

Thursday’s loss to the Capitals was tough on the Wild’s playoff probabilities, as was the Colorado Avalanche taking the Anaheim Ducks into overtime before losing last night. Kind of. The Wild saw a -0.035% shift of their probability of making the playoffs since yesterday according to and Micah Blake McCurdy.

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That puts the Wild at 87.841%. Even with Thursday’s loss they didn’t see anyone pass them up in their playoff probability. They’re still a good deal back from the Chicago Blackhawks and a bit up on the Winnipeg Jets.

On Saturday, aside from helping themselves with a win and making us all feel a little better about a potential Wild/Blues first round playoff match in the process, the Wild can get a little boost from a Washington Capitals win over the Winnipeg Jets, a Vancouver Canucks win over the Los Angeles Kings (though really, anything but overtime here), a Columbus Blue Jackets win over the Calgary Flames, a Montreal Canadiens win over the San Jose Sharks, and a Chicago Blackhawks win over the Dallas Stars.

So, now you know who to root for.

Here’s a look at how the probabilities sit in the Western Conference.

Here’s how the standings in the West look.

Links You Need to Read

  • Justin Fontaine: The Wild’s most underrated player.
  • Marco Scandella will return to the lineup on Saturday against the Blues.
  • The goaltending situation for next season is totally fine, everyone. Don’t panic.
  • Hockey Prospectus did a mock draft. Take a look at who they have the Wild draft (it’s a winger, which seems like it doesn’t address their biggest issues…especially with the next two teams grabbing centers).
  • Matthew Coller digs into Shea Weber’s poor relative Corsi.
  • The Gophers are headed to the Frozen Four. (Probably.)
  • A look from SB College Hockey at how teams can get into the Frozen Four tournament.
  • ECHL goaltender Jeff Jakaitis

    is setting some impressive records


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