|Time||Sunday 12:00 PM PST
||5-2 Canucks Mar. 26/14
|The Enemy||Hockey Wilderness||Scoring Leaders||D. Sedin: 9-31-40
||Goals For Per 60 (GF60)
||Goals Against Per 60 (GA60)
|19.2 (12)||Power Play %||15.4 (26)|
|87.1 (3)||Penalty Kill %||83.7 (6)|
|48.2 (22)||Faceoff Win %||49.3 (16)|
|10.4 (20)||PIM / GP||9.9 (14)
|0.94 (21)||5 on 5
Many might think this will be a walk in the park but the truth is farthest from that.
The Wild, despite their current spot in the Western Conference standing, in my opinion , are poised to kick ass in the second half. I'm actually surprised they are in the current state that they are. No, I did not foresee their goaltending gloom. But like Hockey Wilderness' The_Noogie puts it:
Just when you thought the Wild were making a big push for a great draft pick, they appear to pull the rug out from under you. Thus is the life of a Wild fan. I guess I really shouldn't be complaining. I do enjoy discussing wins more than losses so this new found glory is a bit of a refreshing reprieve from what we have been seeing of late from this squad. I do have every confidence this team will do just enough to secure themselves a horrible draft pick while not making the playoffs.
The Wild do not suck. No way.
BLOG: Ryan Suter may miss Sunday's #mnwild game against the Vancouver #Canucks http://t.co/kmqFr6MerV— Michael Russo (@Russostrib) January 31, 2015
No matter! This isn't the fucking Sabres. Canucks had better be primed for this one.
The last meeting:
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Maybe you be watching the Super Bowl today. Have fun!