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NHL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 2/25/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



SAN JOSE (33-21-0-8, 74 pts.) at MINNESOTA (34-20-0-7, 75 pts.)
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Sunday, 2/25/2018 8:05 PM
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9SAN JOSE+135Ov 5.5,+105+130Ov 5.5,+105
10MINNESOTA-155Un 5.5,-125-150Un 5.5,-125
SAN JOSE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games33-29-0-1.733-29-1.723-372.932.92.830.7
Team Stats (Road Games)16-17-0-0.316-17-0.311-212.631.52.932.2
Last 5 Games3-2-0+1.53-2+1.52-22.831.63.037.4
SAN JOSE Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)6218055645471220428.8%2014421.9%318
Team Stats (Road Games)33862238242410418.3%971818.6%154
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)514563001588.9%1300.0%28
Stats Against (All Games) 17356555481219029.1%1812916.0%292
Stats Against (Road Games) 952530355810619.0%971818.6%157
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 15249011878.0%8225.0%25
SAN JOSE - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
AARON DELL (All Games)252069463391.2%213-7+513-7-0+48-12
AARON DELL (Road Games)131139836591.7%08-3+5.68-3-0+64-7
AARON DELL (Last 4 Games)4413611886.8%02-2-0.52-2-0-13-1
MARTIN JONES (All Games)42421199109991.7%220-22-6.620-22-0-615-25
MARTIN JONES (Road Games)222265760391.8%08-14-68-14-0-67-14
MARTIN JONES (Last 4 Games)4414013395.0%03-1+2.43-1-0+21-2

MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games34-27-0+134-27+131-
Team Stats (Home Games)20-11-0+2.820-11+2.814-
Last 5 Games3-2-0+0.23-2+0.22-23.433.22.831.2
MINNESOTA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)61185565469618183210.1%1803821.1%305
Team Stats (Home Games)319934273531293710.6%941920.2%163
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5174760116610.2%12216.7%27
Stats Against (All Games) 17241487671119808.7%2144119.2%291
Stats Against (Home Games) 68141929639547.1%951212.6%115
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 14364121569.0%13215.4%24
MINNESOTA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
DEVAN DUBNYK (All Games)43421301119691.9%226-16+4.326-16-0+624-17
DEVAN DUBNYK (Home Games)242473668593.1%216-8+2.816-8-0+413-11
DEVAN DUBNYK (Last 4 Games)4411510591.3%02-2-0.82-2-002-2
ALEX STALOCK (All Games)231967061491.6%38-11-3.38-11-0-37-10
ALEX STALOCK (Home Games)8721620293.5%14-3+0.14-3-0+11-6
ALEX STALOCK (Last 4 Games)4312511692.8%02-1+12-1-0+11-1
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN JOSE 3.1,  MINNESOTA 3.1
SAN JOSE - Schedule
1/30/2018at PITTSBURGH2-5L0, +155L5.5 ovO
1/31/2018at DETROIT1-2L0, -105L5.5 unU
2/2/2018at COLUMBUS3-1W0, +115W5.5 unU
2/4/2018at CAROLINA3-1W0, +115W5.5 unU
2/6/2018at COLORADO1-3L0, -125L5.5 unU
2/8/2018VEGAS3-5L0, -120L5.5 ovO
2/10/2018EDMONTON6-4W0, -165W5.5 ovO
2/11/2018at ANAHEIM3-2W0, +150W5.5 unU
2/13/2018ARIZONA1-2L0, -230L5.5 evU
2/15/2018VANCOUVER4-1W0, -200W5.5 ovU
2/18/2018DALLAS5-2W0, -120W5.5 evO
2/20/2018at ST LOUIS3-2W0, +145W5 ovP
2/22/2018at NASHVILLE1-7L0, +135L5.5 unO
2/23/2018at CHICAGO1-3L0, +105L5.5 evU
2/25/2018at MINNESOTA 
3/8/2018ST LOUIS 

MINNESOTA - Schedule
1/30/2018at COLUMBUS3-2W0, +105W5.5 unU
2/2/2018VEGAS5-2W0, -155W5.5 evO
2/3/2018at DALLAS1-6L0, +130L5.5 ovO
2/6/2018at ST LOUIS6-2W0, +120W5 ovO
2/8/2018ARIZONA3-4L0, -240L5.5 unO
2/10/2018CHICAGO3-0W0, -155W5.5 unU
2/13/2018NY RANGERS3-2W0, -205W5.5 ovU
2/15/2018WASHINGTON2-5L0, -145L5.5 ovO
2/17/2018ANAHEIM2-3L0, -135L5.5 unU
2/19/2018at NY ISLANDERS5-3W0, -125W6 ovO
2/22/2018at NEW JERSEY4-2W0, -120W6 unP
2/23/2018at NY RANGERS4-1W0, -165W6 unU
2/25/2018SAN JOSE 
2/27/2018ST LOUIS 
3/1/2018at ARIZONA 
3/2/2018at COLORADO 
SAN JOSE: Key additions: None
Key Losses: F Patrick Marleau (Maple Leafs), D David Schlemko (Canadiens)
OUTLOOK: Are they more like the team that surged with a top-five defense early in 2016-17 or the one that crashed right before the playoffs? Their blue-liners are still for real -- playoff material. But an old Joe Thornton can't take them all the way.
MINNESOTA: Key additions: F Marcus Foligno (trade with Sabres), F Tyler Ennis (trade with Sabres), F Matt Cullen (Penguins), D Kyle Quincey (Blue Jackets)
Key Losses: F Jason Pominville (trade with Sabres), D Marco Scandella (trade with Sabres), F Erik Haula (Golden Knights), D Christian Folin (Kings), G Darcy Kuemper (Kings)
OUTLOOK: Early-round playoff woes will hang over this team all season, but that doesn't mean they don't have a plethora of scorers to give Bruce Boudreau another shot at righting his record. This time, they should finally outdo Chicago.
Sharks, Wild covet two points in playoff push

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The approaching trade deadline has the San Jose Sharks and Minnesota Wild pondering how they might improve their outlook for the postseason with plenty of speculation out there about the two clubs.

A win against the other Sunday could be a big help, too.

Minnesota returns home after winning all three games of an East Coast road trip to face San Jose, which has lost two in a row as it ends a four-game road trip Sunday.

"It's this time of year, what really matters is two points," Sharks defenseman Brent Burns told NHL.com after Friday's 3-1 loss in Chicago. "It's frustrating to lose. You bounce back after a tough night, did some things well, but you don't win. So that's tough."

San Jose (33-21-8) is second in the Pacific Division, one point ahead of Anaheim and Calgary. While the Sharks are a top-three team in their division, which would mean a spot in the playoffs, the packed standings in the West concern all the teams.

Four points separate Minnesota (34-20-7), third in the Central, with Los Angeles, which is fifth in the Pacific and 10th in the West.

"We're just building to make the playoffs," Wild coach Bruce Boudreau told NHL.com. "We don't care if it's first, second or third. There's not a weak team in the top 10 or top 12, so it doesn't matter, just want to get there."

The Wild have built their footing with their home ice, which made the successful trip to the New York metropolitan area vitally important. Minnesota beat the Islanders, Devils and Rangers.

"It's huge. Not often are you going to come through New York and get all three wins," Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk told the team's website. "Right now, with the playoff race, I say it every day, but we need every single point we can get. To be able to come through a tough road trip and get all six points is huge for us."

As both teams try to accumulate as many points as possible, they could make moves before Monday's trade deadline.

The Sharks suddenly are in the thick of the rumor mill. TSN's Pierre LeBrun tweeted Saturday that San Jose is one of the teams that has talked to Ottawa about star defenseman Erik Karlsson, who would be a big addition to the back end for a team that's 14th in the NHL in goals per game.

Sharks general manager Doug Wilson also told the San Jose Mercury News that Burns is playing through an upper-body injury. Burns, a former Wild draft pick, played 25:58 on Friday and had an assist.

"I think everybody is (playing hurt). It's that time of year," Burns told the Mercury News. "It's fine."

Minnesota hopes Friday's game against the Rangers demonstrated a bit of internal improvement.

Mikael Granlund, who had gone 11 games without a goal, was on a line with Wild leading scorer Eric Staal and had two goals, two assists and seven shots on goal. Staal added two goals and two assists.

"He's a guy that when you can see him feeling it, you want to be out there with him and you want to try and get him some touches," Staal told the team's website. "He seems to make things happen and tonight the puck seemed to be following him around a little bit once he got that first one.

"He's one of those guys that when he gets the offensive vibes going, he can be a difference maker."

Boudreau said he wanted to "try it for a period and see how it goes." Granlund and Staal will be together at the start Sunday.

"When he's on and he's feeling it like that, every time he touches the puck he's a threat to do something good with it. It was fun to watch," Boudreau told Wild.com of Granlund.

"Especially after he got his first goal, I think he felt a little bit of relief there and he started to go after that."

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 11:28:27 PM EST

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