Five matches were on that day in the NHL regular season calendar. There are only two left – the other three were moved because of the covid.
While Dallas and Minnesota are on the agenda. The Stars had a five-loss streak, but beat Chicago in the last match (4-3 OT). Strained, with a creak, in overtime, but this is a victory.
Surprisingly, Dallas has no sick, with the exception of Tanner Kero, who was knocked out by an illegal forceful move against the Blackhawks.
Minnesota played only one game in a week, losing to Buffalo in extra time (2-3 Blvd.). The other two games were postponed due to covid.
In general, Wild have been doing well in the championship, but have lost in the last three matches. They are now in a slight decline. Although this pause could have helped in making a reboot.
In the “Minnesota”, too, almost everyone is healthy, but the captain Jared Spurgeon is absent. However, this is not a very serious loss.
In this match, I would take the odds of 2.25 for the fact that we will see total over 6.0 in regular time. I consider it risky to bet on one of the teams to win. But it is possible to believe in a large number of washers, especially since the Wild and Stars are not the strongest goalkeepers. So let them put on a full string bag for them.