Minnesota Wild. vs. Anaheim Ducks: How to watch & moreTrevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks (Image: NHL) The Minnesota Wild will take on the Anaheim Ducks in the NHL’s European Game of the Week on Saturday [3 November], with both teams vying for position in the Western Conference. The Wild are currently fourth in the Central Division, four points behind the Colorado Avalanche, and find themselves in an intense battle with the Edmonton Oilers, Nashville Predators, and Calgary Flames for a wildcard ticket to the postseason.
Josi (559) needs seven points to tie Legwand (566) and eight to pass him. Goaltender Juuse Saros is 5-0-1 with a 2. 10 goals-against average and. 936 save percentage in his last six games dating back to Nov. 12. His five wins since Nov. 12 are tied for the most in the NHL. Among NHL goalies with at least four games played in that time span, Saros is third in goals-against average and save percentage.
“Everything starts working well when you do that [and] that’s kind of what’s happening right now. ” Kaprizov is also well-respected by his peers. “He’s got no weaknesses, ” said Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby. “He does everything well, ” added Colorado Avalanche centreman Nathan MacKinnon. Still only 25, Kaprizov is an elite skater with a lethal shot and the stickhandling skills to match. He will devastate the Ducks if they afford him too much space or time on the puck in the offensive zone.
He is the only rookie in Predators history to score three goals in his first four career NHL games. Filip Forsberg (483) passed Martin Erat (481) and moved into sole possession of third place on the Predators' all-time points list on Nov. 8 at Seattle. He is 12 points from becoming the third player in team history to reach the 500-point milestone. After recording his 12th assist of the season on Nov. 21 vs. Arizona, he leads Nashville in points with 19 (7g-12a) and has four multi-point outings in his last 13 games.
Game Day: Preds at Devils PreviewFresh off a 2-1 overtime win at home over the Anaheim Ducks, the Nashville Predators head north for two road contests. First up: a Thursday night battle at Prudential Center against the surging New Jersey Devils. The puck drops at 6 p. m. CT, and the game will be broadcast on Bally Sports South, 102. 5 The Game and El Jefe Radio. Here's everything you need to know:Line 'Em UpBelow are Nashville's lines from Tuesday's game vs.
Notables vs. New Jersey Head Coach John Hynes served in the same position for the Devils from 2015-19, posting a 150-159-45 record. Mattias Ekholm posted an eight-game point streak vs. New Jersey from Dec. 3, 2016-Jan. 30, 2020, picking up four goals and seven assists with a +8 rating. Matt Duchene has produced at a point-per-game pace in his career vs. the Devils, tallying seven goals and 20 points in 20 games. He has 11 points (4g-7a) in his last seven meetings with New Jersey, including consecutive three-point efforts on Feb. 6, 2018 and Nov. 6, 2018. Josi has 14 points (5g-9a) in his last 11 games against the Devils. He's operating at a point-per-game in his career vs.
Smashville Scope: Dec. 4 The Preds celebrated the grand reopening of Bridgestone Arena with a 2-1
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Anaheim:Forsberg - Pärssinen - GranlundJeannot - Sissons - DucheneSmith - Johansen - NiederreiterTrenin - Glass - JankowskiMcDonagh - JosiEkholm - CarrierLauzon - FabbroSarosThe Good Guys Roman Josi has 16 points (5g-11a) in his last 14 games after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime on Tuesday vs. Anaheim. It was Josi's seventh career OT goal, tying him with Shea Weber for the third-most in franchise history. The goal also moved Josi one point closer to passing David Legwand for the most in franchise history.
The Predators moved to 3-2 in overtime/shootouts this season (1-1 in OT; 2-1 in shootout); three of Nashville's last four games have required OT. The Preds pushed their home point streak to six games (5-0-1) with the win. Colton Sissons tallied his second goal of the season to open the scoring, and Josi scored his seventh career OT winner. Duchene assisted on both of Nashville's goals for his first multi-point game since Nov. 1 at Edmonton (2a). Juuse Saros made 34 saves, and Trenin returned to the lineup after missing four games with a lower-body injury. Watch & ListenCoverage for Tuesday's game begins at 6:30 p.
New Jersey, recording 16 points (5g-11a) in 16 games. Mikael Granlund has 13 points (6g-7a) in 15 career games vs. New Jersey. Ryan McDonagh has played 39 career games against the Devils - the most among current Predators skaters - tallying 20 points (3g-17a). He scored his first career NHL goal on April 9, 2011 vs. Yakov Trenin scored his first career NHL goal on Dec. 7, 2019 vs. Devils forward Erik Haula played in 51 games for Nashville in 2020-21, tallying 21 points (9g-12a). Last Time OutNashville improved to 7-3-2 at home in 2022-23 with Tuesday's OT win over Anaheim.
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Minnesota also have three players unavailable due to injury: Jonas Brodin, Brandon Duhaime, and Ryan Hartman. Kirill Kaprizov leads the way for the Minnesota Wild Kirill Kaprizov is one of the best players in the sport. Period. Since he switched from the Kontinental Hockey League in 2020, the Russian has recorded a ridiculous 189 points (88 goals, 101 assists) in 158 appearances for the Wild. Kaprizov is also on a serious hot-streak. The former fifth-round pick has scored 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in his last five games and leads the Wild in all offensive metrics as a result. Kirill Kaprizov, now of the Minnesota Wild (Image: Андрей Чудаев) “When you start winning, when the team starts winning, your game comes easier, you play better and you score more, ” he explained after he posted three points versus the Oilers.
All-Time MeetingsThe Predators are 18-9-(0)-6 all-time against the Devils, including an 11-4-(0)-1 record on the road. This is the first of two matchups between Nashville and New Jersey in 2022-23 and the first and only at Prudential Center. Nashville went 2-0-0 against the Devils last season, including a 3-2 victory in New Jersey on Dec. 10. The Preds haven't lost in regulation to New Jersey since March 3, 2015, going 9-0-3 in that time span. Since the start of the decade, the Predators are 11-3-4 against the Devils, earning points in 16 of their 19 meetings.
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