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Avalanche-Wild stream: Tuesday’s NHL on NBCSN matchup

Liam McHugh, Keith Jones and Anson Carter take a look at the NHL power rankings to start 2020-21, where the red-hot Canadiens and Capitals lead the way with the Golden Knights and Stars on the rise.

NBCSN’s coverage of the 2020-21 NHL season continues with Tuesday’s matchup between the Minnesota Wild and Colorado Avalanche. Pre-game coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN. You can watch the game online and on the NBC Sports app by clicking here.

This marks the third of eight regular-season meetings between these clubs. This past weekend, the Wild and Avs split a pair of games at Minnesota. This is also the third of four meetings between these teams in a span of just six days.

On Saturday, the Avs had five different goal scorers, including Mikko Rantanen, in a 5-1 victory. Nathan MacKinnon had a pair of assists, while Philipp Grubauer stopped 19 of 20 shots. On Sunday, Minnesota defenseman Jonas Brodin scored the game-winning goal 18 seconds into overtime, giving the Wild a 4-3 win.

MacKinnon left Sunday’s game before the third period with a lower-body injury and is week-to-week. This was the latest in a string of injuries for the Avs. In Saturday’s win, defenseman Erik Johnson suffered an upper-body injury. He did not play Sunday.

Sunday’s win wrapped up a six-game homestand, where the Wild registered a 3-3-0 record. They now head to Denver where they’ll complete the back half of a four-game home-and-home series with the Avalanche. The Wild have a 3-1-0 record on the road this season. Dating back to last season, the Wild have won 10 of their last 12 road games(10-2-0).


WHAT: Minnesota Wild at Colorado Avalanche
WHERE: Ball Arena
WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m. ET
ON THE CALL: Kenny Albert, Anson Carter
LIVE STREAM: You can watch the Avalanche-Wild stream on NBC Sports’ live stream page and the NBC Sports app.


Gabriel Landeskog - J.T. Compher - Mikko Rantanen
Brandon Saad - Nazem Kadri - Andre Burakovsky
Valeri Nichushkin - Tyson Jost - Joonas Donskoi
Logan O’Connor - Sheldon Dries - Kiefer Sherwood

Bowen Byram - Cale Makar
Ryan Graves - Sam Girard
Jacob MacDonald - Conor Timmins

Starting goalie: Philipp Grubauer

Zach Parise - Nick Bjugstad - Luke Johnson
Jordan Greenway - Joel Eriksson Ek - Ryan Hartman
Nico Sturm - Victor Rask - Kirill Kaprizov
Kyle Rau - Nick Bonino - Gerald Mayhew

Ryan Suter - Jared Spurgeon
Jonas Brodin - Carson Soucy
Ian Cole - Brad Hunt

Starting goalie: Cam Talbot