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Minnesota Wild @ Washington Capitals

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Minnesota Wild (7-10-1) @ Washington Capitals (11-3-4)

Verizon Center @ 6:00 CST

Television: FSNRadio: BOB 106 FM and KBGY 107.5 FM, or online at

For the Washington perspective, check out Japers' Rink Game Preview

Minnesota Wild

Washington Capitals

Andrew Brunette - Mikko Koivu - Antti Miettinen
Owen Nolan - Eric Belanger - Martin Havlat
Chuck Kobasew - Kyle Brodziak - Cal Clutterbuck
Derek Boogaard - James Sheppard - Benoit Pouliot

Greg Zanon - Marek Zidlicky
Kim Johnsson - Brent Burns
Shane Hnidy - Nick Schultz

Josh Harding
Niklas Backstrom

Brooks Laich - Brendan Morrison - Alexander Semin
Tomas Fleischmann - Nicklas Backstrom - Mike Knuble
Quintin Laing - David Steckel - Matt Bradley
Eric Fehr - Mathieu Perreault - Chris Clark

Mike Green - Shaone Morrisonn
Tom Poti - Milan Jurcina
Brian Pothier - John Erskine

Semyon Varlamov
Jose Theodore

Questions to Answer

  1. A solid game last night turned into a bad loss in the third period. Will the Wild get a turnaround, or slide from that emotional loss?
    With Alex Ovechkin out, can the Wild succeed in slowing the rest of the Washington offense?
  2. Josh Harding hasn't started since losing on October 16 in Edmonton. Will he show signs of rust?
  3. Will the Boogaard - Sheppard - Pouliot line show great energy and create scoring chances again tonight?
    Can Owen Nolan keep up his excellent play of the last few games? The squad needs him to keep at it.