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San Jose Sharks at Minnesota Wild: Lines, how to watch & open thread

God San Jose Sharks Finish this five-game trip tonight, as they set off Wild Minnesota. Tonight’s game marks the first time Jacob Middleton will play against his former team, while former Wild Network players, Capo Gecko, will get the night off. Thomas Bordeaux is also expected to make his debut on the Sharks’ fourth line.

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Lines

SAN JOSE SHARKS

Timo Meyer – Logan Couture – Sasha Khmelevsky
Jasper Weatherby – Thomas Hartl – Noah Gregor
Rudolphs Balersers – Nick Bonino – Matt Naito
Scott Reedy – Thomas Bordeaux – Jonathan Dallen

Jacob Defends – Brent Burns
Mark-Edouar Velasic – Nicholas Maluca
Mario Ferraro – Ryan Markley

James Reimer
Capo Kahakonen

Expected scratches: Jeffrey Weil

Injured reserve: Alexander Barbanov (upper body), Jonah Gadjovich (upper body), Adin Hill (lower body), Kevin Labank (shoulder), John Leonard (lower body), Eric Carlson (upper body) Lower), Radim Simk (upper torso)

MINNESOTA WILD

Kirill Kaprizov – Ryan Hartman – Mats Zuckerlo
Matt Boldy – Frederick Gadro – Kevin Fiala
Conor Dewar – Joel Erickson Eck – Marcus Polinho
Brandon Duhima – Nick Biogstad – Nicholas Deslauerirs

Jacob Middleton – Jared Spurjon
Jonas Brodin – Dmitry Kulikov
Jordi Ben – Alex Goligowski

Mark-Andre Fleury
Cam Talbot

Expected scratches: nobody

Injured reserve: Matt Dumba (upper body), Jordan Greenway (upper body), John Merrill (upper body), Tyson Just (lower body)

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How to watch

Tonight’s game will be broadcast regionally on NBCSCA, BSN and BSWI. Streaming is available with an ESPN + subscription (Darkening restrictions do apply). The radio call will be streamed through the Sharks audio network. The drop of the pack is at 15:00 PT / 18: 00 ET at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

We will not be writing this blog live, but check back at the puck drop to follow all the action of game after game in the comments below!

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