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How to Watch Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues: NHL Playoffs First Round Game 5 Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Watch on Tuesday when the Minnesota Wild host the St. Louis Blues on for Game 5 of the NHL Playoffs First Round at 9:30 PM ET on ESPN. The series is knotted up 2-2.

Wild vs. Blues Game Info

  • Game Day: Tuesday, May 10, 2022
  • Game Time: 9:30 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN

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Wild and Blues Stats, Key Players, and Injuries

Wild Insights

  • The Wild’s 305 total goals (3.7 per game) rank fifth in the NHL.
  • Defensively, the Wild are giving up 249 total goals (3.0 per game) to rank 16th in NHL play.
  • Their +56 goal differential is eighth-best in the league.
  • The 53 power-play goals the Wild have put up this season (to rank 12th in the NHL) have come on 258 power-play chances.
  • The Wild’s 20.5% power-play conversion rate ranks 18th in the league.
  • The Wild have scored two shorthanded goals this season (29th among NHL squads).
  • The Wild’s 76.5% penalty-kill success rate ranks 23rd in the league.
  • The Wild win 47.6% of their faceoffs (27th in the NHL)
  • The Wild have an 11.4% shooting percentage as a team, which ranks second in the league.
  • The Wild have not secured a shutout this season. Their skaters average 22.5 hits and 13.6 blocked shots per game.

Wild Key Players

  • A productive offensive player this season for Minnesota, Kirill Kaprizov has put up 108 points.
  • Kevin Fiala is another of Minnesota’s important contributors currently with 84 total points (33 goals and 51 assists) to his name.
  • Through 70 games, Mats Zuccarello has proven himself as another option for Minnesota. He has 79 points (24 goals and 55 assists).
  • As Minnesota’s top goalie, Marc-Andre Fleury has recorded 28 wins and 23 losses this season while giving up 159 goals with 1573 saves.

Wild Injuries

    Wild Injuries: None

Blues Insights

  • The Blues are third in the NHL in scoring (309 goals, 3.8 per game).
  • The Blues have allowed 239 total goals this season (2.9 per game), 11th in the NHL.
  • Their +70 goal differential is fifth-best in the league.
  • With 64 power-play goals (on 241 chances), the Blues are second-best in the NHL.
  • The Blues’ power-play percentage (26.6) puts them second in the league.
  • In terms of shorthanded goals, the Blues have nine.
  • At 84.1, the Blues have the fifth-best penalty-kill percentage in the league.
  • At 50.3%, the Blues have the NHL’s 14th-ranked faceoff win percentage.
  • With a shooting percentage of 12.4%, the Blues are the best in the league.
  • The Blues have not held their opponents scoreless yet this season.

Blues Key Players

  • Vladimir Tarasenko’s 34 goals and 48 assists in 75 games for St. Louis add up to 82 total points on the season.
  • Robert Thomas has totaled 76 total points (1.1 per game) this campaign. He has 20 goals and 56 assists.
  • St. Louis’ Jordan Kyrou is among the leading scorers on the team with 75 total points (27 goals and 48 assists).
  • Ville Husso is 25-7-6 in 40 games this season, conceding 100 goals (2.6 goals against average) with 1136 saves and a .919 save percentage (16th in the league).

Blues Injuries

    Blues Injuries: Nick Leddy: Day To Day (Upper-body), Mackenzie MacEachern: Out (Upper-body), Torey Krug: Day To Day (Lower Body)


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