The NHL playoffs will be played on Sunday, April 16.
Here’s a look at what to expect on the ice: 1.
How the Wild-Nashville series will play out: Wild-Predators will meet in the first round of the playoffs.
Nashville won its series 2-1 over Nashville in the Eastern Conference Finals, so this will be a repeat of that series.
Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said it would be an important game for the Predators to win.
“We’ve got to come out and prove that we can win.
We’ve got a lot of respect for them, but they’re a good team,” Boudau said.
We have to be ready to compete. “
There’s a lot going on in the playoffs right now.
“It’s going to be a physical game and I think the Wild will be able to compete.” “
The Predators have had a tough start to the playoffs, and the Wild are coming off their best start in franchise history. “
It’s going to be a physical game and I think the Wild will be able to compete.”
The Predators have had a tough start to the playoffs, and the Wild are coming off their best start in franchise history.
But they haven’t won in Nashville since 2002-03.
They have the best record in the NHL with a 1-1-0 record in their last two playoff series against the Predators.
Nashville has won seven of its last eight games in this series.
How to follow the action: The Wild will play their first playoff game on Sunday at 8 p.m.
They will be followed by the Predators and St. Louis Blues in the second round.
In the first, the Wild host the Calgary Flames.
In a rematch of last season’s first-round series, the Stars face off against the Nashville Predators.
The Predators will be in Nashville on April 19.
What to watch in the next four games: The Stars will play three games against the Flyers, including one against their rivals in the Pacific Division.
The Stars have won four of their last five games against Philadelphia.
The Flyers have lost four of five, including a 4-1 home loss to Dallas on Tuesday.
Wild-Blues game recap: The Blackhawks have been dominant all season and will be looking to extend their winning streak to 10 games with this game.
The Blues have dropped three straight and are 3-6-1 since Nov. 15.
Chicago has won three straight against the Blues and has won four straight against Minnesota.
How much to expect from the Wild: The Avalanche are playing for their second consecutive Stanley Cup in the past three seasons.
Colorado has won the last four games and is 8-4-1 in its last 10 games.
The Wild have a 1.88 goals-against average and .918 save percentage.
They also have three wins in their past four games against Minnesota, including their first win in the series last season.
What’s the difference between the Wild and the Flyers?
The Wild are 7-2-0 in the last eight against the Philadelphia Flyers.
The team is 4-6 in the postseason since losing to Pittsburgh in Game 7 of the Eastern conference finals in 2010.
Philadelphia is 2-11 in the regular season since going to the Stanley Cup Final in 2008.
What you need to know about the Wild’s roster: The wild has a roster that includes three players who were with the team last season, one who was on the team in 2010 and two players who will be on the roster this season.
The most important addition is goalie Jonas Brodin, who will likely start for the Wild when he returns from injury.
He’s a former first-rounder who had five shutouts in 37 appearances for the team this season and led the team with a .923 save percentage in the AHL.
The second most important player is defenseman Sami Vatanen, who had seven points (two goals, four assists) in 32 regular season games.
Brodin’s goal total of 11 is tied for third in the league.
Brodnich, who has 11 points (five goals, five assists) this season, had 17 points (six goals, seven assists) last season and is fourth on the Wild in points.
Vatanens six points (one goal, five points) is tied with Minnesota’s Erik Haula for third on the club.
Brodna, who is on pace for a career-best 57 goals, has 17 points in 20 games.