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[Game Day PSA] WILD @ Ottawa -- Tuesday, March 15th @ 6:30pm CST
Oppenent: Ottawa Senators
Location: Canadian Tire Centre, Kanata, ON
TV: FSN (Fox Sports North), The Sports Network 5 (Canada)
|Central Division||GP||W||L||OTL||P||GF||GA||LAST 10||STREAK|
|St. Louis||71||41||21||9||91||187||179||6-4-0||Lost 1|
|Left Wing||Center||Right Wing|
|Zach Parise||Mikko Koivu||Charlie Coyle|
|Jordan Schroeder||Mikael Granlund||Thomas Vanek|
|Nino Niederreiter||Erik Haula||Justin Fontaine|
|Ryan Carter||Jarret Stoll||David Jones|
|Ryan Suter||Jared Spurgeon|
|Matt Dumba||Marco Scandella|
|Jonas Brodin||Nate Prosser|
|Chris Porter, Jason Zucker, Mike Reilly|
|Injured (On Roster)|
|Jason Pomminville (Strained Leg Muscle, day-to-day)|
- NOTE: Mobile users - if you have only text, and no way to see the table, it will alphabetically sort the roster. There is no way to change this, unfortunately.
- Direct TV - 668
- DISH Network - 436
- Comcast (Mpls & west suburbs) - 28
- Comcast (St. Paul) - 27/32/52
- Charter (Southern Minnesota) - 30
- Charter (Central Minnesota) - 29
- Charter (Duluth) - 37
- Charter (Twin Cities) - 61
- Midcontinent Cable (Grand Forks, ND) – 28/28.5 (SD) & 623 (HD)
- Midcontinent Cable (Rural MN) - varies, check local provider.
- Albert Lea: 1450 AM - KATE
- Aitkin: 930 AM - KKIN
- Austin: 1480 AM - KAUS
- Bemidji: 1450 AM - KBUN
- Benson: 93.5 FM - KSCR
- Brainerd: 103.5 FM - KUAL
- Crookston: 1260 AM - KROX
- Detroit Lakes: 93.1 FM & 1340 AM - KDLM
- Duluth: 92.1 FM - WWAX
- Ely: 94.5 FM/1450 AM - WELY
- Eveleth & Iron Range: 1340 AM - KRBT
- Fairmont: 1370 AM - KSUM
- Fosston: 1480 AM - KKCQ
- Glenwood: 107.1 FM - KMGK
- Grand Marais: 95.3 FM - WXXZ
- Grand Rapids: 1320 AM - KOZY
- Hastings: 1460 AM - KDWA
- Hibbing: 1240 AM - WMFG
- Hutchinson: 1260 AM - KDUZ
- International Falls: 1230 AM - KGHS
- Mankato: 95.7 FM - KMKO
- Marshall: 1400 AM - KARZ
- Minneapolis/West Metro: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Montevideo: 93.9 FM - KKRC
- Moorhead: 740 AM - KVOX
- New Ulm: 860 AM - KNUJ
- Pine City/I-35 coverage: 105.7 FM - WXCX
- Red Wing: 1250 AM - KCUE
- Rochester: 101.7 FM - KRCH
- Roseau: 1410 AM - KRWB
- St. Cloud: 1390 AM - KXSS
- St. Paul/East Metro: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Thief River Falls: 1460 AM - KKAQ
- Twin Cities Metro: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Verndale: 1070 AM - KVKK
- Walker: 1570 AM - KAKK
- Warroad: 102.9 FM - KRWB
- Waseca: 1170 AM - KOWZ
- Winona: 1230 AM - KWNO
- Amery: 104.9 FM - WLMX
- Eau Claire/I-94: 1400 AM - WBIZ
- Hayward: 910 AM - WHSM
- Siren: 105.7 FM - WXCX
- SuperioNorthwestern WI: 92.1 FM - WWAX
- Western Wisconsin: 100.3 FM - KFAN
- Des Moines: 1490 AM - KXLQ
- Northeastern IA: 1230 AM - KWSN
- NORTH DAKOTA
- Fargo/I-94: 740 AM - KVOX
- Fargo/Eastern ND: 790 AM - KFGO
- Grand Forks: 1440 AM - KKXL
- SOUTH DAKOTA
- Sioux Falls & Western SD: 1230 AM - KWSN
- Vermillion: 1570 AM - KVTK
- KFAN page @ IHeartRadio
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PLEASE NOTE: Streams will be added here once I find them through various sources throughout the day. There will be more available throughout the day, but these will really get filled usually within 5-15 minutes of the starting time. Also, I don't vouch for any of these sources, and you must always be aware of basic online security. The sketchier the domain, the more likely it is to be sketchy.
- Official NHL.tv Subscriptions - Local blackouts apply
- /NHLstreams - Source for various streams of varying quality and spammy-ness (select your own)
- Youtube stream: Here you go! Okay quality
- Streamup: Currently N/A [HD/SD tab on bottom of video box, video starts in HD]
- VLC streams: Currently N/A
- Mobile-friendly stream: Currently N/A
- The "What I'm Watching" Stream #1: HERE - Great Quality - Wild Feed
- The "What I'm Watching" Stream #2: Currently N/A
Tonight's game will be the second straight road game for the Wild, having first traveled to Montréal and beating a hapless and exceedingly injury-maligned Canadiens club 4-1. The Wild showed some offensive life last time out, where those watching bore witnesses to Minnesota Hockey's version of a unicorn – Mikael Granlund bagging two goals in the same night. To be fair, Montréal's starting roster featured only 8 total players from their opening night NHL roster, and currently have over $35 million in this years salary out with injuries.
The Wild continue their impressive performances on the road, especially with the powerplay banging yet another goal on the road. Playing against an Ottawa team that has given up a league-high average of 33.3 shots per game as well as the forth highest goals against (3.03) per game might be just enough of an elixir for the Wild to continue their recent offensive production.
In roster news, the team practiced yesterday in Ottawa, with head coach John Torchetti not announcing any line changes from his roster in Montréal. Considering the line pairing in practice yesterday, it does appear that Jason Zucker, Chris Porter, and Mike Reilly are up in the press box again for the second straight night. Pominville, whose strained leg muscle injury has kept him out the last two games looks likely to keep him out for a few more. He's a no-go for tonight, with Thursday's game in New Jersey appears doubtful as well, as per multiple sources close to the team.
The playoff picture in the Western Conference is tightening up, and shows no signs of being any clearer until the season's end. Both Minnesota and Colorado are tied at 74 points each for the 8th and final playoff spot – with Minnesota holding a game in hand. Minnesota controls its own destiny, but only by the slimmest of slim margins. Nashville's recent pace has pretty much assured them the 7th position in the West, while both Phoenix and Vancouver appear to be circling the drain. The two-team race for the last playoff spot is on, and while Minnesota holds the advantage with the game in hand, the March 26th game against the Avalanche looks to be one of the most important regular season match-ups in several years – with implications for both teams.
March 17th, Thursday – New Jersey Devils @ Prudential Center, 6:00pm
March 19th, Saturday – Carolina Hurricanes @ Xcel Energy Center, 2:00pm
March 20th, Sunday – Chicago Blackhawks @ United Center, 7:30pm
The Complete and Unabridged History of NHL goaltenders who have worn non-conventional jersey numbers.
Like most major sports, hockey is deeply rooted in tradition, even with jersey numbers. In the early days of the NHL and really up until the 70s, almost all players only wore numbers 1-30. Nowadays, even though players of any position are allowed to choose any jersey number that isn’t retired, there are historical patterns that have emerged. Low single digits are often worn by defensemen, and goaltenders especially have traditional sets of numbers they wear.
Most hockey fans know some of the history behind the usual goalie numbers. In the early days of the sport when rosters were very small, goalies almost always wore jersey #1, and skaters often wore #2-#21. When rosters started expanding and more than one goalie was on the team, #30 was often used as an addition for the second goaltender. Over time, goalies started using more numbers in the 30s, especially #31 and #35, as well as #29. Moving through the 70s and 80s, almost every goaltender either wore #1, or numbers #29-#39
As we moved on into the 90s, teams really gave players more independence to wear different jersey numbers, especially higher numbers that were once very rare to see. Goalies started wearing numbers in the 40s more, and even #50 has been used by over a dozen goalies.
Yet even without any sort of rule-mandated jersey numbering system, since the expansion era began in 1967, almost every single goaltender that has played a game in the NHL has worn either #1, or #29-#50. While some may consider this boring, this reasoning behind it is probably pretty simple. Many youth and junior hockey teams also carry just one set of jerseys, often with the standard #1-#30 to choose from, and players will try to stick wearing those numbers throughout their career. Also, many players choose numbers based on historical icons, so many goalies are simply wearing the same sets of numbers as the generation before them.
There have been, however a number of noticeable exceptions, and we’ll now take a look at every goalie since 1967 to appear in at least one game sporting a jersey number outside of the pattern of #1, or #29-#50. note: I'm sure I inevitably missed one or two here, so any additions you can remember, I'll add to the list
#00John Davidson: Yes, believe it or not double zero was once permitted by the NHL, and current Columbus Blue Jacket executive John Davidson sported the number while player for the New York Rangers from 1977-78. He claimed that newly acquired Ranger Phil Esposito was behind the number, saying in an interview "The reason I wore it was because of Phil Esposito. When he got traded to the Rangers, he wanted number seven but Rod Gilbert had it. Phil asked me if I would wear #00 because he was going to wear ##77 and at the time double digits were rare." Davidson had a miserable season between the pipes wearing #00 though, so he switched back to #30 the next year.
Martin Biron:The only other player to wear 00 was Martin Biron, who wore it for a quick 3 game call up from juniors as an 18 year old in 1995-96 for Buffalo. When asked about chosing the number, Biron said "Its kind of a long story but when I played junior and in the AHL with Rochester, I wore #00. Even in my first NHL game with the Sabres, I wore #00 but the NHL made a rule at the start of the 1998-99 season to disallow the number. I had the choice of changing to #1 but hated that. My brother at the time was playing for Shawinigan in the QMJHL and wore #34 which someone already had in Buffalo so I flipped the numbers and got #43."
Shortly after, the NHL banned the usage of 00 and 0 on jerseys, fearing that they wouldn’t be Y2K compliant with the coming new millennium (okay, I obviously made that part up, they just claimed that it wouldn’t register in their leagues new online datatbase)
BONUS!! Bernie Parent: Although I really didn't look at any WHA numbers for this, I still have to include Bernie Parent here. Bernie wore #00 for part of his 1972-73 season with the WHA's Philadelphia Blazers
#2Petr Mrazek: Although I didn’t really look or include many international numbers for this list, I had to throw this one in there because I remember thinking how weird it was when I was watching it in person for the first time. Before making his NHL Debut with Detroit in 2012, Petr Mrazek donned #2 for his native Czech Republic in the 2012 World Junior Championship. Many surmised it was an ode to historical Czech goalies of the past, as former Czech goalies in the 70s and 80s often were assigned #1 and #2 in international play (as were many Soviet goaltenders as well). In Fact, Dominik Hasek wore #2 internationally for the Czechs early in his career before coming to North America. Mrazek has worn #34 for both his NHL stints in Detroit and Philadelphia.
#20Vladislav Tretiak: Once again, another non NHL player makes the list, but although it has been donned by a handful of goalies over the years, #20 has become synonymous with the Soviet netminder who was the first non-NHL player in the Hockey Hall of Fame and widely regarded as one of the best goaltenders to ever play. Tretiak wore 20 for his entire playing career in the Soviet Union from 1968-84
Ed Belfour – Eddie the Eagle originally wore #31 and then #30 in his first 7 seasons in Chicago, where he won the Calder trophy in 1991 and 2 Vezina trophies, but after being traded to San Jose in 1997, decided to switch to #20 to honor the aforementioned Tretiak, who served as his goalie coach in Chicago for a brief stint. Belfour would continue to wear #20 in Dallas from 1997-02, then Toronto from 02-06, and Florida in 06-07 before reiting.
Reto Berra: The Swiss goaltender originally wore #29 when he broke into the league with Calgary in 2013, but switched to #20 with Colorado and Florida from 2013-17. Last season with Anaheim, he wore #1
Evgeni Nabokov: Although he originally wore #35, the Russian-born Nabokov switched to #20 in 2002 with San Jose to honor Tretiak, and would continue to wear it with the Islanders and Lightning before retiring in 2015.
Vitali Kolesnik: A native of Kazakhstan, Kolesnik spend 5 years in the Supreme Hockey League (Russia’s second tier pro league) before signing with Colorado in 2005. He donned #20 while playing in 8 games for the Avs in 05-06, and then went back to Russia the following year.
#24Ed Dyck: The only goalie in the expansion era to ever don #24, Ed Dyck wore it for 12 games in his rookie year with Vancouver in 1971-72.
#25Chris Worthy: A native of the United Kingdom, Chris Worthy wore #25 for two seasons with the Oakland Seals in 1968-70, before switching to #30 for the 70-71 season
Jacob Markstrom: Markstrom is the only active goalie to wear a number in the 20s other than #29. He originally wore #33 and then #35 when he broke into the league with Florida in 2010, and then switched to #25 for the 2013-14 season because it was the number he wore in the Swedish junior leagues. He once again wore #35 when going to Vancouver for 2 seasons, before switching back to #25 in 2015, which he still wears for the Canucks to this day
#26Ken Broderick: Broderick appeared in 7 games for the Minnesota North Stars in 1969-70 and wore #26. After that, he didn’t sppear in the NHL again until 1973 with Boston, when he switched to #31
#27Gilles Meloche: The first NHL goalie to don #27, Meloche wore it almost his entire career. First with the California Golden Seals from 1971-1976, then the Cleveland Barons from 1976-1978, the Minnesota North Stars from 1978-1985, and finally the Pittsburgh Penguins from 1985 until he retired in 1988.
Ron Hextall: Celebrated psycho-in-the-crease Ron Hextall donned #27 for most of his career. He did so for both his stints in Philadelphia from 1986-1992, and again from 1994-99. He was also part of the trade that brought Eric Lindros to Philadelphia and sent him to Quebec for the 1992-93 season, where he also wore #27
#28Dave Dryden: The first of oddly many Buffalo Sabre goalies to wear this number, the older brother of Hall of Famer Ken Dryden wore #28 for the 1970-71 season in Buffalo before switching to #30 the following year. He then wore #28 again while playing for the Edmonton Oilers from 1975 until his retirement in 1980.
Rocky Farr: Farr played only 19 games in the NHL, but wore #28 for 12 games for the Sabres over 2 seasons from 1972-1974. He switched to #30 the next year.
Bob Sauve: The third Sabre goalie to wear the number, the Vezina winner in 1985 wore #28 with Buffalo from 1976-1985. After switching to #31 for 2 seasons with Chicago, he went back to #28 for two final seasons with New Jersey from 1987-89
Felix Potvin: Potvin wore #29 for four different teams in his NHL career, but briefly wore #28 in 1998 when he was traded to the New York Islanders from Toronto because Islander defenseman Kenny Jonsson was wearing #29. This was actually the second unique jersey number Potvin wore in his 33 games for New York, we’ll visit the other one later.
Jim Waite: Waite played for 9 seasons in the NHL for Chicago and San Jose, and switched between #1, #29, #36 and #49. He came to Phoenix in 1997 and played two seasons for the Coyotes wearing #28.
#52Nathan Lawson: Lawson has appeared in only 11 NHL games, but 10 of them were with the New York Islanders in the 2010-11 season when he became the only NHL goalie to ever wear #52. His only other NHL appearance was one game for the Ottawa Senators in 2014 where he wore #29.
#53Nikolai Khabibulin: The Russian-born goalie wore #35 for his first 9 seasons with Winnipeg, Phoenix, and Tampa Bay before signing as a free agent with Chicago in 2005. With his usual #35 retired in Chicago for Tony Esposito, Khabibulin decided to switch the digits and wear #53 instead. The switch only lasted one year though, as the following year he changed to #39.
EDIT: Addition thanks to u/Blank__File. Andre Racicot: Racicot, nicknamed "red light" by Don Cherry, also apparently wore #53 for part of his career in Montreal from 1989-94, where he had arguably the easiest job in hockey: being backup to Patrick Roy. I'm having trouble finding any pictures of him wearing in it action though, so instead here's Racicot sporting probably one of the most 90's hairstyles of all time
#54Hannu Toivonen: Toivonen wore #54 while appearing in 18 games for the Boston Bruins in 2006-07. He went to St. Louis the following year and switched to #35.
Ben Scrivens: The Professor wore #30 for his first 2 seasons in the NHL with Toronto, and then wore #54 with Los Angeles for 19 games in 2013-14. He was traded to Edmonton later that year where he wore #30 once again.
#55Felix Potvin: The Cat returns! Immediately after being traded from Toronto, Potvin wore #55 for a few games with the Islanders in 1998-99 before switching to #28.
#56Marcel Couisineau: Another Islander on the list, Cousineau briefly wore #56 for a few games with the Isles before switching to #1
#57Jordan Sigalet: The only goalie to wear #57 in NHL history might also have the shortest ever NHL career of any goalie in history. Even before getting to the NHL though, Sigalet was already an inspirational story. He was diagnosed with MS while playing NCAA hockey at Bowling Green which put his hockey future in doubt, but he worked with doctors and was able to keep playing, and eventually was a Hobey Baker finalist. Sigalet was called up to the Bruins to be the backup for one game in 2006 and ended up having to replace Andrew Raycroft, who sprained his ankle with 43 seconds left In the game. Sigalet didn’t face a shot and it ended up being his only ever NHL appearance. He is now the goalie coach for the Calgary Flames.
#60Jose Theodore: The first and most famous goalie to wear #60, the 2002 Vezina and Hart Trophy winner actually originally donned #37 when he made his first NHL appearance for one game for Montreal in 1996. He switched to #60 after that though, and stuck with it his entire career for Montreal from 1996-2006, then Colorado from 2006-08, then Washington from 2008-10, one year in Minnesota in 2010-11, and finally Florida from 2011-13. When asked why he originally chose 60, he said “I wanted 33 in Montreal and they wouldn't give it to me because of Patrick Roy. I knew that. There were limited numbers so I took 60. I was going to change it, but we made the playoffs and I saw kids wearing my number, so I decided to keep it.''
Brian Finley: Finley only played in four total NHL games in his career: two with Nashville from 2002-06 when we wore #31, and then two in Boston in 2006-07 where he sported #60.
Niklas Treutle: Another short-timer in the NHL, the German-born goalie wore #60 with Arizona for 2 games in 2015-16
Justin Peters: Peters broke into the league in 2009 and wore #60 for 21 games over two seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes. He switched to #35 in 2011.
Kevin Poulin: Poulin appeared in 50 NHL games for the New York Islanders between 2010-2015, and wore #60 in every last one of them.
Collin Delia: Delia appeared in 2 games in 2018 for the Chicago Blackhawks wearing #60. He was also involved in one of the most memorable goaltending moments in recent memory when he got hurt in the third period of his first pro appearance and had to be replaced by another member on this list that we'll see later.
#67Tom Askey: The only Duck on our list, Askey wore #67 when he appeared in just seven NHL games in the 1997-98 season for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.
#70Tim Thomas: Yes it’s true, the winner of two Vezina trophies, and one Stanley Cup and Conn Smythe Trophy originally wore #70 for the Boston Bruins when he appeared in four games in his rookie season of 2002-03 and the ripe age of 28. He switched to #30 when he was called back up to the Bruins in 2005-06, and wore the number for his entire career there.
Braden Holtby: Probably the most famous goalie to wear #70, the Vezina Trophy winner and recent Stanley Cup champ has worn #70 for Washington since he entered the league in 2010. Holtby actually wore #1 in juniors and in the AHL, but during his first emergency call-up with the Caps was given the #70, and after a few games saw people buying his jersey and said he felt too bad to change it after seeing that
Mike Murphy: Yet another short-timer, Murphy wore #70 for Carolina for his only 2 NHL appearances in 2011-12
Malcolm Subban: Subban wore #70 for a notoriously difficult two games for Boston between 2014-16. He was picked up off waivers by Vegas in 2017, and switched to #30.
Joonas Korpisalo: The Finnish goalie has worn #70 for Columbus since entering the league in 2015.
Mackenzie Skapski: Skapski wore #70 when he appeared in two games for the New York Rangers in the 2014-15 season.
EDIT: Addition thanks to u/leevee. Louis Domingue: Domingue originally wore #35 for his first four seasons in Arizona, but switched to #70 after being traded to Tampa Bay in 2017
#72Ron Hextall: Another appearance for Hextall, after being traded from Quebec to the New York Islanders before the 1993-94 season, Hextall flipped his usual #27 and wore #72 on the Isle for his first and only season there. Hextall’s usual #27 was already being worn by Islander forward Derek King.
Niklas Svedberg: Svedberg wore #72 for 19 appearances for the Boston Bruins between 2013-15.
Sergei Bobrovsky: Bob started his career in Philadelphia in 2010 wearing #35, but switched to #72 when he was traded to Columbus before the 2012013 season because he said he “Liked the way it looked.” The two-time Vezina Trophy winner has worn it ever since.
Rob Zepp: Zepp broke into the NHL for the first time in 2014-15 at the ripe old age of 33, and wore #72 for 10 games for the Philadelphia Flyers. Zepp said while playing in Finland, he was originally offered #1 or #30, but after saying those were too boring, was offered #72 and took it because it was different
#74Juuse Saros: The current Nashville Predator goalie originally wore #1 for his first NHL appearance in the 2015-16 season, but then switched to #74 the next year which he still wears to this day.
#75Yann Danis: A long-time journeyman, Danis made his NHL debut in 2005-06 for the Montreal Canadiens and wore #75 for six games.
#80Kevin Weekes: Weekes wore the famed 00 during his junior days at Owen Sound, but after being banned by the NHL, was forced to wore #1 and then #35 for his first three NHL seasons between Florida and Vancouver. When he went to the Islanders in 1999, he switched to #80 because he thought was the number that looked the most like 00. He continued to wear #80 for Tampa Bay in 2000-02, then Carolina from 2001-04, and the Rangers from 2005-07. When he went to the Devils in 2007, he was forced to switch back to #1 because of the then-management’s policy of all players only wearing jersey #s 1-40.
Ilya Bryzgalov: The lovable Bryzgalov wore #30 for his first 10 seasons in Anaheim, Phoenix, and Philadelphia. When he joined the Oilers in 2013, he switched to #80. When asked why, he said he chose 80 because it was his birth year, and also because he wore it for Lada Togliatti in the then Russian Super League in 2000-01 before he came to America, and he recorded 8 shutouts that year wearing the number. Bryz would be traded to Minnesota later that year and would switch back to #30. However, Bryzgalov would don #80 once again for a brief eight game stint with Anaheim during the 2014-15 season.
#88Andrei Vasilevskiy: The current Lightning goalie has worn #88 for every game since his debut in 2014-15 season. Vasi wore #88 for Salavat Yulaev Ufa in the KHL prior to coming to North America, and decided to stick with the number in the NHL.
#90Scott Foster: The emergency backup goalie became a hockey legend in early 2018 when he actually had to enter a game in the third period for the Chicago Blackhawks after fellow odd-numbered goalie Collin Delia got injured.
EDIT: Addition thanks to u/fortofsnow: Alexandar Georgiev: The Russian goalie wore #90 when he made his NHL debut in 2018 before switching to #40 later in the year.