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Minnesota Wild (19-17-3) vs Ottawa Senators (15-21-5) Live NHL Ice Hockey on JAN 05TH, 2019 01:00 PM EDT at Venue: Canadian Tire Center, Ottawa

In the last three weeks, the Minnesota Wild has had a minor attack, which has chosen the right time to get out of their dream in the first game of a four-game trip to the Toronto Maple Leafs. After defeating Toronto for its second victory in eight games, Minnesota continued advancing to the Ottawa Senators on Saturday afternoon.




The Wild have played well in the last three games, responding to a five-game skid with a 3-1 victory in Winnipeg and a 3-2 loss to Pittsburgh. “It’s a victory for the moment, two out of three, so you just want to move on,” said Minnesota captain Mikko Koivu. The Wilds have won five consecutive games against Ottawa, extending their losing streak to six games (0-5-1), one of the worst of the season, with a 4-3 loss in overtime Wednesday against Vancouver. “We’re trying not to stay here,” Senator Stone said. “The boys are competing, we understand that it is our job and our job is to win.”

TV: 1 pm, Eastern Time, FS North, FS Wisconsin (Minnesota), AVT, TSN5 (Ottawa)

Minnesota Wild vs Ottawa Senators: News
THE WILD (19-17-3):

Defender Matt Dumba injured in mid-December in Minnesota. Defender Matt Dumba’s player injured in mid-December by Jared Spurgeon. Leafs – his second of the season and his fifth career. Spurgeon, who was out of the game in the previous seven games, scored the equalizer and scored five strikes for the second time in the last three games. “No one is going to replace the fools, what it brings,” Spurgeon said of Dumba’s absence. “But … I think we can do better by shooting at the goal.”

THE SENATORS (15-21-5):

Looking forward to needing something positive, Ottawa coach Guy Boucher confirmed that the center, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, would join the formation for the home game against Carolina on Sunday, earlier than planned after his Achilles tendon injury in September. “This is great news,” Boucher said Friday. “It’s like a miracle, in fact, it’s not just in advance, but in advance, there’s an authorization there, so we’re more than happy.” Goalkeeper Anders Nilsson, acquired on Wednesday in an exchange with Vancouver, will make his début with the Senators against Minnesota.

Minnesota Wild vs Ottawa Senators: Betting Odds
  • Wild F Zach Parise, the candidate for the “Last Man Game” in the All-Star Game, has scored goals in three of the last four games.
  • Nilsson is 1-4-0 with an average of 3.23 goals against Minnesota, including a 3-2 loss on December 4.
  • Wild Eric Staal scored 19 goals and 46 points in 48 games against Ottawa.
Minnesota Wild vs Ottawa Senators: Prediction

Wild 4, Senators 2