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Game Thread: Game 8 ~ Flames (3-1-2) @ Sharks (6-0-1) ~ 7:00pm
FLAMES (3-1-2) @ SHARKS (6-0-1)
Last 10: 6-0-1
10:00 PM Eastern
9:00 PM Central
8:00 PM Mountain
7:00 PM Pacific
TV: CBC, CSN-CA
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Season series: Opening matchup of five for the Pacific Division rivals. Last season, the San Jose Sharks took two of three, one at SAP Center and a split at Scotiabank Saddledome. The previous year, the two teams split at each venue.
Big story: While the Sharks sprinting start is the talk of the NHL, the Calgary Flames haven't exactly stalled out of the gate themselves, earning points in all but one game. The Pacific Division, though, is running true to form, the top six teams separated by just five points.
Flames: One player who certainly has broken out from the crowd is 2013 first-round pick Sean Monahan. The No. 6 selection leads the Flames with four goals, scored in four successive games, his ice time is climbing and he's becoming more and more of a go-to guy offensively.
Only problem is the 19-year-old is getting closer to his ninth game of the season, after which the Flames will have to decide whether to keep him on the roster or send him back down to the Ottawa 67's not only for more seasoning, but also to keep his entry-level contract from kicking in, which happens if he plays in a 10th game.
"He's a monster player," coach Bob Hartley said after Monahan scored the game-winner in the Flames' 3-2 win over the Devils last Friday. "He knows where to get open, plus every time I saw him with the puck, it seems to find the back of the net. You call this a gifted player. He has that touch. He's a very special young player for us."
Sharks: They weren't going to go 82-0-0. That doesn't mean the Sharks walked away from their 4-3 shootout loss to the Dallas Stars on Thursday with any satisfaction. Quite the opposite, as visiting San Jose blew three leads to the home team.
"It's tough, especially when you score a goal and they come back and score on the next shift," center Joe Thornton said. "Those are the ones you want to bear down and make sure they don't score. Just try to continue the momentum and we didn't do that twice. So, we'll address it and be better in that aspect."
"We're disappointed we didn't get the two points. We probably didn't play well enough," coach Todd McLellan said. "We weren't as crisp and as fast as we have been earlier. You've got to give [the Stars] full marks. They played a fast, hard game."
Who's hot: Monahan may be grabbing the headlines, but Flames forward Jiri Hudler has been setting the pace offensively, leading the team with eight points and picking up at least one in every game so far. … Sharks rookie sensation Tomas Hertl continues to lead the NHL with seven goals, while he, Patrick Marleau and Logan Couture are among the League leaders with nine points apiece. Goalie Antti Niemi shares the League lead in wins with Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins -- each has six.
|Sharks||Hertl, Tomas||Thornton, Joe||Burns, Brent|
|Kennedy, Tyler||Couture, Logan||Marleau, Patrick|
|Nieto, Matthew||Pavelski, Joe||Wingels, Tommy|
|Sheppard, James||Desjardins, Andrew||Pelech, Matt|
|Left D||Right D|
|Vlasic, Marc-Edouard||Braun, Justin|
|Irwin, Matt||Stuart, Brad|
|Hannan, Scott||Demers, Jason|
|Flames||Glencross, Curtis||Street, Ben||Stempniak, Lee|
|Galiardi, T.J.||Backlund, Mikael||Bouma, Lance|
|Baertschi, Sven||Monahan, Sean||Hudler, Jiri|
|McGrattan, Brian||Colborne, Joe||Jackman, Tim|
|Left D||Right D|
|Giordano, Mark||Brodie, T.J.|
|Russell, Kris||Wideman, Dennis|
|Butler, Chris||O'Brien, Shane|
Scoring Summary1st Period
00:59 SJS B. Burns (4) Snap shot - ASST: J. Pavelski (8), B. Stuart (1) 1 - 0 SJS
19:07 SJS S. Hannan (2) Slapshot - ASST: J. Thornton (9), T. Hertl (3) 2 - 0 SJS
03:01 CGY PPG - S. Monahan (5) Slapshot - ASST: S. Baertschi (3), K. Russell (2) 2 - 1 SJS
08:57 SJS PPG - J. Pavelski (2) Deflected shot - ASST: P. Marleau (4), M. Irwin (3) 3 - 1 SJS
17:59 SJS PPG - P. Marleau (7) Snap shot - ASST: J. Pavelski (9), J. Thornton (10) 4 - 1 SJS
01:33 CGY SHG - M. Backlund (2) Slapshot - ASST: L. Stempniak (4) 4 - 2 SJS
03:56 CGY J. Hudler (4) Slapshot - ASST: S. Monahan (3), M. Giordano (5) 4 - 3 SJS
09:38 SJS PPG - J. Pavelski (3) Deflected shot - ASST: L. Couture (7), J. Demers (5) 5 - 3 SJS
18:38 SJS EN - L. Couture (4) Snap shot - ASST: T. Wingels (4), M. Vlasic (5) 6 - 3 SJS
Penalty Summary1st Period
04:21 CGY T. Brodie PS-Slash on breakaway - 0 min against B. Burns
09:54 SJS J. Sheppard Tripping - 2 min against B. Street
10:29 CGY M. Giordano Hooking - 2 min against J. Pavelski
13:25 CGY C. Glencross Slashing - 2 min against J. Braun
13:39 SJS J. Pavelski Slashing - 2 min against T. Galiardi
15:19 SJS M. Vlasic Tripping - 2 min against J. Hudler
01:15 SJS T. Wingels Hooking - 2 min against L. Bouma
06:15 SJS T. Wingels Hi-sticking - 2 min against T. Galiardi
08:30 CGY L. Stempniak Holding - 2 min against T. Kennedy
10:50 CGY T. Jackman Illegal check to head - 2 min against J. Braun
12:52 CGY M. Backlund Interference - 2 min against B. Stuart
16:59 CGY S. O'Brien Hi-sticking - 2 min against A. Desjardins
01:08 CGY L. Bouma Tripping - 2 min
06:24 SJS S. Hannan Hooking - 2 min against S. Baertschi
08:56 CGY M. Giordano Hooking - 2 min against T. Hertl
12:23 CGY L. Stempniak Boarding - 2 min against J. Braun
[Game Day PSA] WILD @ Ottawa -- Tuesday, March 15th @ 6:30pm CST
Oppenent: Ottawa Senators
Location: Canadian Tire Centre, Kanata, ON
TV: FSN (Fox Sports North), The Sports Network 5 (Canada)
|Central Division||GP||W||L||OTL||P||GF||GA||LAST 10||STREAK|
|St. Louis||71||41||21||9||91||187||179||6-4-0||Lost 1|
|Left Wing||Center||Right Wing|
|Zach Parise||Mikko Koivu||Charlie Coyle|
|Jordan Schroeder||Mikael Granlund||Thomas Vanek|
|Nino Niederreiter||Erik Haula||Justin Fontaine|
|Ryan Carter||Jarret Stoll||David Jones|
|Ryan Suter||Jared Spurgeon|
|Matt Dumba||Marco Scandella|
|Jonas Brodin||Nate Prosser|
|Chris Porter, Jason Zucker, Mike Reilly|
|Injured (On Roster)|
|Jason Pomminville (Strained Leg Muscle, day-to-day)|
- NOTE: Mobile users - if you have only text, and no way to see the table, it will alphabetically sort the roster. There is no way to change this, unfortunately.
- Direct TV - 668
- DISH Network - 436
- Comcast (Mpls & west suburbs) - 28
- Comcast (St. Paul) - 27/32/52
- Charter (Southern Minnesota) - 30
- Charter (Central Minnesota) - 29
- Charter (Duluth) - 37
- Charter (Twin Cities) - 61
- Midcontinent Cable (Grand Forks, ND) – 28/28.5 (SD) & 623 (HD)
- Midcontinent Cable (Rural MN) - varies, check local provider.
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- Aitkin: 930 AM - KKIN
- Austin: 1480 AM - KAUS
- Bemidji: 1450 AM - KBUN
- Benson: 93.5 FM - KSCR
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- Ely: 94.5 FM/1450 AM - WELY
- Eveleth & Iron Range: 1340 AM - KRBT
- Fairmont: 1370 AM - KSUM
- Fosston: 1480 AM - KKCQ
- Glenwood: 107.1 FM - KMGK
- Grand Marais: 95.3 FM - WXXZ
- Grand Rapids: 1320 AM - KOZY
- Hastings: 1460 AM - KDWA
- Hibbing: 1240 AM - WMFG
- Hutchinson: 1260 AM - KDUZ
- International Falls: 1230 AM - KGHS
- Mankato: 95.7 FM - KMKO
- Marshall: 1400 AM - KARZ
- Minneapolis/West Metro: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Montevideo: 93.9 FM - KKRC
- Moorhead: 740 AM - KVOX
- New Ulm: 860 AM - KNUJ
- Pine City/I-35 coverage: 105.7 FM - WXCX
- Red Wing: 1250 AM - KCUE
- Rochester: 101.7 FM - KRCH
- Roseau: 1410 AM - KRWB
- St. Cloud: 1390 AM - KXSS
- St. Paul/East Metro: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Thief River Falls: 1460 AM - KKAQ
- Twin Cities Metro: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Verndale: 1070 AM - KVKK
- Walker: 1570 AM - KAKK
- Warroad: 102.9 FM - KRWB
- Waseca: 1170 AM - KOWZ
- Winona: 1230 AM - KWNO
- Amery: 104.9 FM - WLMX
- Eau Claire/I-94: 1400 AM - WBIZ
- Hayward: 910 AM - WHSM
- Siren: 105.7 FM - WXCX
- SuperioNorthwestern WI: 92.1 FM - WWAX
- Western Wisconsin: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Des Moines: 1490 AM - KXLQ
- Northeastern IA: 1230 AM - KWSN
- NORTH DAKOTA
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- Fargo/Eastern ND: 790 AM - KFGO
- Grand Forks: 1440 AM - KKXL
- SOUTH DAKOTA
- Sioux Falls & Western SD: 1230 AM - KWSN
- Vermillion: 1570 AM - KVTK
- KFAN page @ IHeartRadio
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PLEASE NOTE: Streams will be added here once I find them through various sources throughout the day. There will be more available throughout the day, but these will really get filled usually within 5-15 minutes of the starting time. Also, I don't vouch for any of these sources, and you must always be aware of basic online security. The sketchier the domain, the more likely it is to be sketchy.
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- VLC streams: Currently N/A
- Mobile-friendly stream: Currently N/A
- The "What I'm Watching" Stream #1: HERE - Great Quality - Wild Feed
- The "What I'm Watching" Stream #2: Currently N/A
Tonight's game will be the second straight road game for the Wild, having first traveled to Montréal and beating a hapless and exceedingly injury-maligned Canadiens club 4-1. The Wild showed some offensive life last time out, where those watching bore witnesses to Minnesota Hockey's version of a unicorn – Mikael Granlund bagging two goals in the same night. To be fair, Montréal's starting roster featured only 8 total players from their opening night NHL roster, and currently have over $35 million in this years salary out with injuries.
The Wild continue their impressive performances on the road, especially with the powerplay banging yet another goal on the road. Playing against an Ottawa team that has given up a league-high average of 33.3 shots per game as well as the forth highest goals against (3.03) per game might be just enough of an elixir for the Wild to continue their recent offensive production.
In roster news, the team practiced yesterday in Ottawa, with head coach John Torchetti not announcing any line changes from his roster in Montréal. Considering the line pairing in practice yesterday, it does appear that Jason Zucker, Chris Porter, and Mike Reilly are up in the press box again for the second straight night. Pominville, whose strained leg muscle injury has kept him out the last two games looks likely to keep him out for a few more. He's a no-go for tonight, with Thursday's game in New Jersey appears doubtful as well, as per multiple sources close to the team.
The playoff picture in the Western Conference is tightening up, and shows no signs of being any clearer until the season's end. Both Minnesota and Colorado are tied at 74 points each for the 8th and final playoff spot – with Minnesota holding a game in hand. Minnesota controls its own destiny, but only by the slimmest of slim margins. Nashville's recent pace has pretty much assured them the 7th position in the West, while both Phoenix and Vancouver appear to be circling the drain. The two-team race for the last playoff spot is on, and while Minnesota holds the advantage with the game in hand, the March 26th game against the Avalanche looks to be one of the most important regular season match-ups in several years – with implications for both teams.
March 17th, Thursday – New Jersey Devils @ Prudential Center, 6:00pm
March 19th, Saturday – Carolina Hurricanes @ Xcel Energy Center, 2:00pm
March 20th, Sunday – Chicago Blackhawks @ United Center, 7:30pm