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Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues: Game 38

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Minnesota Wild (18-16-3) vs. St. Louis Blues (17-14-5)

Xcel Energy Center @ 7:00 CST

Television: FSN (HD)Radio: WCCO 830AM, or online at Wild.com

For the St. Louis perspective, check out St. Louis Game Time

Wild.com Game Preview

Minnesota Wild

St. Louis Blues

Forwards
Andrew Brunette - Mikko Koivu - Antti Miettinen
Owen Nolan - Eric Belanger - Chuck Kobasew
Guillaume Latendresse - Andrew Ebbett - Martin Havlat
Cal Clutterbuck - Kyle Brodziak
- Derek Boogaard

Defense
Greg Zanon - Marek Zidlicky
Kim Johnsson - Clayton Stoner
Shane Hnidy - Nick Schultz

Goalies
Niklas Backstrom
Josh Harding

Forwards
Paul Kariya - David Backes - T.J. Oshie
David Perron - Patrik Berglund - Keith Tkachuk
Brad Winchester - Andy McDonald - Brad Boyes
Alexander Steen - Jay McClement - B.J. Crombeen

Defense
Barret Jackman - Roman Polak
Erik Johnson - Darryl Sydor
Mike Weaver - Carlo Colaiacovo

Goalies
Chris Mason
Ty Conklin

Questions to Answer

  1. Anyone else surprised to see the Blues have the same number of points as the Wild? They were off to a hot start, but seem to have come back to the pack in a major way.
    Owen Nolan has scored in both games since coming back from a lower body injury. The Wild succeed when the Irishman scores. Can he keep it up tonight?
    Can Clayton Stoner continue to assimilate nicely to the pace and grind of the NHL, or will tonight be his letdown game?
    Does the Guillaume Latendresse - Andrew Ebbett - Martin Havlat line continue to apply pressure and find themselves on the scoreboard?
    Can the Wild find another two points on home ice before another brutal West Coast swing?