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Wild Faces Blues In Round 1

by Mike Doyle / Minnesota Wild


The Minnesota Wild will face the St. Louis Blues in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This is the first postseason meeting between the Wild and Blues. The Blues took home the Central Division title, while Minnesota garnered the first wild card spot in the Western Conference. The Wild went 2-1-1 against the Blues this season, including a 4-2 loss in St. Louis to close out the regular season on Saturday. The series will open in St. Louis, with the Round 1 schedule, here.

Here’s a tale of the tape:

Overall Record

MIN: 46-28-8

STL: 51-24-7

Season Point Total

MIN: 100

STL: 109

Home Record

MIN: 22-13-6

STL: 27-12-2

Road Record

MIN: 24-15-2

STL: 24-12-5

Shots per Game

MIN: 30.8

STL: 30.9

Shots Against per Game

MIN: 27.6

STL: 27.2

Avg. Goals scored per Game

MIN: 2.77

STL: 2.92

Avg. Goals Allowed per Game

MIN: 2.42

STL: 2.40

Power Play

MIN: 15.8%

STL: 22.3%

Penalty Kill

MIN: 86.3 %

STL: 83.7%

PIM Per Game

MIN: 8.9

STL: 11.0

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