Minnesota also has the best goal difference in the Western Conference. So, they score a good amount and don’t give up many.
Even so, the Blues have won twice over assistant coach Mike Yeo’s former team this season. Those were at home, so tonight represents a different challenge.
If St. Louis has the same effort they did in New Jersey, they will have every opportunity to get the win.
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The problem the Blues have had this year is too much of a Jekyll and Hyde mentality. They have a great game and then a poor one or score a bunch of goals and then get shut out. It is almost like having two completely different teams. (St. Louis Gametime)
On top of ending the road losing streak in New Jersey, their win represented something else. Whether at home or on the road, the Blues have not won too many games by a wide margin. The majority have been within one goal, but perhaps the team can make a habit of larger margins too. (STLToday)
There are bound to be plenty of mixed emotions for Mike Yeo coming into tonight. While he has settled in with the Blues and faced Minnesota a couple times already, this is the first time he will be in the visitor’s locker room or watching the game from the visitor’s benchand sometimes that fact gets to people. (NHL)
As well as the Wild have been playing lately and to start the season, their fans are a bit apprehensive. They’ve scored quite a bit and defended even better. Despite this, the Wild have made a habit of going into slumps once winter hits and there is a chill in the air now. (Gone Puck Wild)
Tage Thompson continues to be one of the better players for the University of Connecticut. Though he is showing great potential already, we may have only seen a glimpse of what he can do. (Sportz Edge)
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When you say the name Dineen, people my age know of Kevin Dineen. However, his father was somewhat of an icon in the game too and sadly passed away. (ESPN)
This year has been quite crazy with games reaching double digit goals scored. Columbus was the most well known for it, but now the Montreal Canadiens got in on the act. (NHL)