Minnesota Wild Vs Winnipeg Jets [NHL]: Match Preview, Teams Line Up & Live Networks

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 | 0

Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets are the two professional Ice Hockey teams which are competing in ongoing National Hockey League tournament 2016/17. The both teams are from Central Division of Western Conference. One this is common about this two teams that they are both failed to grab any Stanley Cups championships  yet. But are now desperate to do it for the first time. In this season of NHL 2016/17, Minnesota Wild is just one step ahead of Winnipeg Jets in central division standing point table where Wild is placed in 4th and Jets are ranked 5th position. In this season, Wild has totally played 18 matches where won 9 and Jets played 21 where won also 9 of them. So, upcoming match would be more contesting. Here we present their next match details below.

# Upcoming Competition Overview:

  • Competition – Minnesota Wild Vs Winnipeg Jets
  • Competition Date – 23rd November, 2016
  • Start at – 19:00 (ET)
  • Day – Wednesday
  • Competition Name – National Hockey League (NHL) 2016/17
  • Season – 99th of Play/ 100th of Operation

Minnesota Wild Vs Winnipeg Jets

# Short Overview of Hosting Arena: The competition will be taken place at Xcel Energy Center which is a multi purpose stadium and situated in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Due to sponsor by Xcel Energy, the ground is known as Xcel Energy Center. It is also simply known as the X. However, it is a multi purpose stadium, so, it is used by different purpose but it is mainly used for Ice Hockey. The arena has around 17,954 seats capacity which is divided into three general levels. The arena was founded in 29th September, 2000 and the cost was almost US$170 million. Besides, it is the only multi surface ground in Minnesota.

# Live On: FS – WI, FS – N, SNP, SN360

# Complete Line Up of Minnesota Wild & Winnipeg Jets:

S/N

Position Minnesota Wild Winnipeg Jets

Remarks

1.

Goaltender Darcy Kuemper (Can), Devan Dubnyk (Can)

Michael Hutchinson (Can), Connor Hellebuyck (USA)

2.

Defenseman Ryan Suter (USA), Jared Spurgeon (Can), Marco Scandella (Can), Mike Reilly (USA), Nate Prosser (USA), Christian Folin (Swe), Matt Dumba (Can), Jonas Brodin (Swe), Victor Bartley (Can)

Jacob Trouba (USA), Mark Stuart (USA), Paul Postma (Can), Tyler Myers (Can), Josh Morrissey (Can), Tobias Enstrom (Swe), Ben Chiarot (Can)

3.

Centre Eric Staal (Can), Mikko Koivu (Fin), Erik Haula (Fin), Tyler Graovac (Can), Mikael Granlund (Fin), Charlie Coyle (USA)

Mark Scheifele (Can), Shawn Matthias (Can), Adam Lowry (Can), Bryan Little (Can), Alexander Burmistrov (Rus)

4.

Winger Jason Zucker (USA), Chris Stewart (Can), Jason Pominville (USA), Zach Parise (USA), Nino Niederreiter (Swi), Zack Mitchell (Can), Zac Dalpe (Can)

Blake Wheeler (USA), Chris Thorburn (Can), Brandon Tanev (Can), Drew Stafford (USA), Mathieu Perreault (Can), Patrik Laine (Fin), Nikolaj Ehlers (Den), Kyle Connor (USA), Dustin Byfuglien (USA), Joel Armia (Fin)

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This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug



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