The teams of Montreal Canadiens and Minnesota Wild will flex muscles at Bell Centre in Montreal on Tuesday, 07:00 PM EDT. At the moment, the Canadiens are at #8 in the standings of the Atlantic Division with 6 points, while the Wild are with 3 points and are occupying the 7th place in the Central Division.
Montreal Canadiens vs Minnesota Wild Head to Head
Team P1 P2 P3 Final
Minnesota Wild came out on top in the last clash against Montreal Canadiens, winning with the score of 0-2 on 04/19/2022. One of the reasons behind the Wild’s triumph was the performance of Kevin Fiala. He was on the ice for 18:33 and ended the game with 1 goal and 1 assist to his account. Minnesota’s triumph may also be attributed to the team’s netminder. Cam Talbot was phenomenal and denied all shots towards his goal. Carey Price was between the sticks for the Canadiens and parried 28 of all the 30 shots he faced, but that proved insufficient for the win. There is a clear favorite when it comes to the latest five encounters, as Montreal Canadiens won 1 and the Minnesota Wild triumphed 4 times in the process.
*Last 5 head-to-head games
Montreal Canadiens Form
10-22-2022 10-20-2022 10-17-2022 10-15-2022 10-14-2022 10-12-2022 10-08-2022 10-06-2022 10-04-2022 10-03-2022 2:5vs Dallas Stars 6:2vs Arizona Coyotes 3:2vs Pittsburgh Penguins 3:1@ Washington Capitals 3:0@ Detroit Red Wings 4:3vs Toronto Maple Leafs 3:2@ Ottawa Senators 3:4vs Ottawa Senators 4:5vs Ottawa Senators 1:5vs Toronto Maple Leafs
On 10/22 Montreal Canadiens faced Dallas Stars and in the end the score was 2-5 in favor of their opponents. A. Xhekaj was best for the Canadiens, as he earned 2 points for a 16:12 of playing time on the night. He had 1 attempt on goal and suceeded with it. Xhekaj was also responsible for another goal, but for it he was the provider. Jake Allen had a busy night between the sticks and was bombarded with 30 shots, 5 of which ended in the back of his net. The Canadiens are 0-5-2 since the NHL season began and on a run of L2 as of now. Montreal are 0-2-0 when playing at their own arena this campaign. The team’s next game is scheduled to take place at KeyBank Center on 10/27 versus Buffalo Sabres.
Montreal Canadiens Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Jake AllenGames Played:4Saves Percentage:0.913Shutouts:0
- Top Skater
Nick SuzukiGames Played:6Goals:3Assists:4
Montreal Canadiens Missing Players
Minnesota Wild Form
10-22-2022 10-20-2022 10-17-2022 10-15-2022 10-13-2022 10-08-2022 10-06-2022 10-04-2022 10-02-2022 09-29-2022 4:3@ Boston Bruins 4:3vs Vancouver Canucks 3:6vs Colorado Avalanche 6:7vs Los Angeles Kings 3:7vs New York Rangers 5:1vs Dallas Stars 4:1vs Chicago Blackhawks 4:2@ St. Louis Blues 0:3@ Chicago Blackhawks 2:5@ Dallas Stars
Minnesota Wild met the Boston Bruins on 10/22 away from home and the game finished in a 4-3 score in the hosts’ favor. The Wild were led by Jared Spurgeon who finished with 2 points on the night. He was on the ice for 23:23 and sent 2 shots towards the opposition goal with 1 of them nestling in the net. He also delivered 1 assist. Goalie MarcAndre Fleury had a busy night, facing 43 shots against him, but 4 of those ended in his net, resulting in the team’s loss. The Wild own a 1-3-1 balance for the term and as of now are on a streak of OT1. Since the start of the season the team holds a 0-0-1 balance when visiting. Their next fixture is scheduled for Thursday, October 27th against the Ottawa Senators away from home.
Minnesota Wild Missing Players
1`01:35-Calen Addison2 minutes for Hooking Evgenii Dadonov
1`05:520-1Joel Eriksson EkBrandon Duhaime, Jacob Middleton
1`17:57Kirby Dach2 minutes for Roughing Ryan Hartman-
1`17:57-Ryan Hartman2 minutes for Roughing Kirby Dach
1`18:29K. Guhle2 minutes for Hooking Kirill Kaprizov-
2`01:07Cole CaufieldChris Wideman, Sean Monahan1-1
2`02:39-Jon Merrill2 minutes for Holding Evgenii Dadonov
2`05:44Rem Pitlick2 minutes for Hooking Kirill Kaprizov-
2`09:08-Sam Steel2 minutes for Kneeing Jonathan Drouin
2`09:58Chris Wideman2 minutes for Interference Marcus Foligno