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Minnesota Wild TV Listings, Streaming, & Radio Broadcasts

6pm Central Time Puck Drop

TV: FS-N in Minnesota and MSG+ in New York
Streaming: NHL Gamecenter
Radio Broadcast: KFAN 100.3 FM in Minneapolis area and WRHU 88.7 FM & 103.9 LI News Radio in Long Island area
Radio Stream: NHL Radio or KFAN on I Heart Radio

Nationally Broadcast Games:
Los Angeles Kings vs New York Rangers, 6pm CST, NBCSN

Playoff Odds

With a win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday the Wild saw a 1.661% bump in their probability of making the playoffs, moving them to 94.916%, according to and Micah Blake McCurdy.

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They’re now less than 1% behind the Vancouver Canucks in this rating system. Vancouver’s path is a little easier than the Wild’s since the top three teams in the Central Division are among the top four in the Western Conference, making it easier for Vancouver to get above the Wild Card line.

On Tuesday night the Wild’s odds can get a little boost by (in order of descending importance to the Wild) the New York Rangers beating the Los Angeles Kings and the Vancouver Canucks beating the Winnipeg Jets.

Here’s a look at how the playoff probabilities break down in the Western Conference.

It’s been a little while since we’ve taken a look at the Eastern Conference, so I’m going to drop that graph below, because things are getting interesting over there. Last night, the Ottawa Senators beat the San Jose Sharks and grabbed a wild card spot away from the Boston Bruins.

Note Florida’s dive since mid-January, as well as the meteoric rise of the Senators in recent weeks coinciding with a nosedive from the Bruins.

Links You Need To Read

  • The 8 best Minnesota Wild stats this week.
  • The Minnesota Wild’s three stars of the week.
  • The Wild beat the Leafs last night and Alex has a recap.
  • The Minnesota Wild signed prospect Pavel Jenys to an amateur tryout agreement today. He’ll finish the season with the Iowa Wild.
  • Our weekly Minnesota Wild Prospects Report.
  • Wild prospect Mario Lucia is debating whether he will sign an entry level deal with the Wild or return to Notre Dame next season for his senior year.
  • A look at how the Wild’s trade acquisitions have performed so far.
  • Digging through the Wild’s face-off stats.
  • The 15 best NHL stats of the last week.
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