The Minnesota Wild end a three-game road trip with a second visit to Seattle in the past 16 days.
Minnesota, which had a four-game winning streak end on Thursday in Vegas, seek fell to the expansion Kraken 4-1 in an Oct. 28 matchup at Climate Pledge Arena. Seattle has just one win since that game — a 5-2 victory over Buffalo on Nov. 4.
The Wild host Seattle on April 22 in the only regular-season matchup in St. Paul this year.
Minnesota, which is tied with St. Louis for first place in the Central Division standings, carries a 5-3 road record into the matchup. The Wild’s 18 points is tied for third in the Western Conference behind Edmonton (20) and Anaheim (19).
Calgary also has 18 points.
“I think we were ready to play this game. It was a tough hill to climb obviously getting down those two goals. We pushed but we can’t keep doing that obviously. It will bite us as it did tonight.”
—Wild coach Dean Evason on the 3-2 loss to Vegas in which the Wild trailed 3-0 after two periods.
A look at how the Wild will take the ice with Cam Talbot getting the start in net.
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The Wild vs. Kraken odds on WynnBET has Minnesota as a 1.5 favorite on the road. The Wild are listed as -110 on the moneyline, while the Kraken are the underdogs at +100. The total goals is set at an over/under of 5.5.
Upcoming Wild schedule
Tuesday, Nov. 16: San Jose, 7 p.m. CST
Thursday, Nov. 18: Dallas, 7 p.m. CST
Saturday, Nov. 20: @Florida, 5 p.m. CST