Dallas Stars vs Minnesota Wild 2016 Live Streaming Match 3 NHL Playoffs

The Dallas Stars will visit Minnesota Wild on 18 April 2016, Monday for NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Xcel Energy Center. The match will be kicked off at 8:30 PM ET. This is the first ever playoff game for Dallas star at Wild Home. Live Coverage will start from 8:30 PM ET on CNBC, Sportsnet & TVA.
Dallas Stars vs Minnesota Wild 2016 Live Streaming Match 3 NHL Playoffs
Dallas Stars at Minnesota Wild
Kick-off time: 8:30 p.m. ET | Game 3, Western Conference Round 1
Venue: Xcel Energy Center | St. Paul, Minnesota
Local: FS-N, FS-WI, FS-SW | Nat’l: CNBC, SN, TVAS2
Live stream at NBC Live Extra and Rogers GameCentre

Stars has ended their regular NHL season with 109 points in Central Divison while Wild finished their season with 87 points in Western Conference. This is the first time when both teams face each other in 2016 NHL. Dallas has won 5 games in regular season. Wild has entered to playoff through wild-card entry.

April 14Minnesota Wild0–4Dallas StarsAmerican Airlines Center
April 16Minnesota Wild1–2Dallas StarsAmerican Airlines Center
April 18Dallas Stars8:30 p.mMinnesota WildXcel Energy CenterCNBC, SN, TVA
April 20Dallas Stars9:30 p.mMinnesota WildXcel Energy CenterNBCSN, SN360,TVA
April 22Minnesota WildTBDDallas StarsAmerican Airlines Center
April 24Dallas StarsTBDMinnesota WildXcel Energy Center
April 26Minnesota WildTBDDallas StarsAmerican Airlines Center

Dallas has won the first two games with 4-0 and 2-1 with leading in the 7 games series by 2-0. Tyler Seguin are back in Game 2 but he is returned from the injury so he doesn’t has the old speed. But as he is playing more games he will show his speed in the upcoming games. Seguin was not able to match his teammates in all game. Kari Lehtonen will look to play the game after spending time in the nets. Dallas needs to return their power play to its regular season level.

The Wild has lost the game after coming very closely. If Antoine Roussel doesn’t miss the puck and Stars don’t waste time in the penalty then they may have got the Game 2. They’ll depend on Ryan Suter and Devan Dubnyk to give their forward players a chance.