Toronto Maple Leafs vs Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Playoff Odds, & More


Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Online Streaming, & Radio Broadcasts

6:30pm Central Time Puck Drop

TV: FS-N in Minnesota, FS-WI in Wisconsin, and TSN4 in Toronto
Online Stream: NHL Gamecenter
Radio Broadcast: KFAN 100.3 FM in Minneapolis area
Radio Stream: NHL Radio and KFAN on I Heart Radio

Nationally Broadcast Game:
Los Angeles Kings vs New Jersey Devils, 6pm CST, NHL Network

Playoff Odds

The Minnesota Wild’s playoff probabilities are sitting at 93.255% as of Monday morning, according to

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The Wild can get a little boost outside of their match against the Maple Leafs with a New Jersey Devils win over the Los Angeles Kings, an Edmonton Oilers win over the Winnipeg Jets, a Colorado Avalanche win over the Calgary Flames, an Ottawa Senators win over the San Jose Sharks, and a Buffalo Sabres win over the Dallas Stars.

So…. basically none of that help is coming for the Wild. It’s a bit of a night lopsided match-ups. In addition to those games the Chicago Blackhawks play the Carolina Hurricanes. The entire slate of games for Monday night are somewhat lopsided matches. There isn’t a single game with two playoff teams facing each other and the closest we’re getting to that is San Jose vs. Ottawa, which features two teams fighting for a playoff spot, though neither are actually in at the moment.

Here’s a look at how the playoff probabilities look in the Western Conference. The only real movement we’re seeing since our last update is the Vancouver Canucks passing up the Wild after they beat the Kings and the Coyotes recently, firming up their grasp on a Pacific Division bid.

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