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WATCH LIVE: St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild

Apr 10, 2014, 7:39 PM EDT

Ryan Miller AP

As the 2013-14 season winds down, almost every game is about finishing the season strong, securing an ideal playoff position or a little of both. For that reason, Thursday’s contest matters more to the St. Louis Blues than the Minnesota Wild. You can watch that game on NBCSN or via the stream link below.


For one thing, the Blues are on the longest losing streak of their season. Sure, that’s a bit dramatic since it’s only three games, but many would argue that it’s a bad time to stumble.

More importantly, the Blues have a lot of seeding considerations going into the final few days of the season. St. Louis trails Boston by three points for the Presidents’ Trophy, Anaheim by one point for the Western Conference’s top spot and only have a two-point lead over Colorado for the Central Divsion crown. (Yeah, it’s amazing how much a small losing streak can hurt in the competitive West.)

For the Wild, it’s all about momentum … and maybe avoiding injuries. They’ve won three in a row but are guaranteed the top wild card spot; maybe they’d see motivation in potentially facing the team that will host them in the opening round.

Either way, it’s a test of might between two defensive-minded teams, so tune in by your preferred method tonight.

  1. justintimezone - Apr 10, 2014 at 7:51 PM

    Being a Wild fan, I’d rather we not have to play the Blues in the first round. So is it wrong I’m hoping the Wild lose tonight?

    • strictlythedanks - Apr 10, 2014 at 8:03 PM

      tough spot to be in, Im hoping the wild win in OT so the blues can take a point

  2. strictlythedanks - Apr 10, 2014 at 9:23 PM

    now u see why rupp never plays

  3. nolockoutpricks - Apr 10, 2014 at 9:31 PM

    as a wild fan rupp is a slug and i hope oshie is ok

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