The St. Louis Blues have dispatched the Minnesota Wild in two straight games. Each playoff game ended with the same result, the Blues winning against the Wild by a score of 2-1. It appears that the Blues have the Wild’s number.
Can the Wild turn things around? Or will the Blues continue their hot streak in St. Louis?
St. Louis Blues’ forward Jaden Schwartz is expecting the Wild to put in their all during today’s game. Schwartz told the St. Louis Post Dispatch that, “We know the last two (victories) are going to be the hardest and it starts in Game 3. “They’re going to throw everything at us and we’re excited to go home for sure. We did a good job so far, but we know it’s going to get a lot tougher.”
Jaden Schwartz is the reason why the Blues won Friday night’s game against the Wild. Schwartz’ goal, at 2:27 remaining in the third period, gave the Blues their second consecutive playoff win against the Wild.
Blues goalie Jack Allen is happy about their two back-to-back wins against the Wild, but he’s not completely satisfied (not one bit). “We’ve still got a ways to go,” Allen told the Post-Dispatch. “I don’t think we’re satisfied with the way we’re playing yet. A huge two wins for us, but we haven’t seen our best. We got two wins, you’re definitely happy about that, but we need a little bit better effort and I think we’re going to get it.”
How in the world can the Wild turn things around? Well, Wild left wing Zach Parise suggests the one way to win is to not dwell on your loses. “You’ve got to look small picture right now and outside of just trying to do things better, correct a few things here and there,” said Parise. “You can’t dwell. You can’t think about Games 1 and 2 right now, just worry about [Game] 3 and not worry about Game 4. Just Game 3 right now, and then go from there. It’s a little disheartening what happened in the first two, but it’s over.”
Who will win round 1, game 3 of the NHL Playoffs? Look below and find out how to live stream today’s game between the Blues and the Wild on your computer, TV, tablet or mobile device.
Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues Viewing Details
How To Watch Wild vs. Blues Online
Do you have a cable or satellite subscription? If so, the easiest way to live stream tonight’s game is on NBC Sports Live Extra.
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How To Watch Wild vs. Blues Online Without A Cable Subscription
But maybe you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription. That’s cool, bro. You can still watch tonight’s playoff game online and for free. Ever hear of Sling TV? It’s an online streaming service, which offers you live TV at your fingertips. You’ll need the Sling Orange deal to access the live stream. That package costs $20 per month, but the first week is absolutely free, and you can cancel at any time. If you cancel before the seven days are up, you won’t be charged a penny. Click here for a free seven-day trial. Once you’re all signed up, download the app and watch Blues battle the Wild online.
There’s yet another way to live stream tonight’s game without a cable or satellite subscription. You can watch the game through DIRECTV NOW. But how? DIRECTV offers a free seven-day trial, which is avaliable on Chromecast, AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV and your desktop.
Please note: NBC on Sling TV & DIRECTV NOW is only available in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Chicago, Hartford-New Haven, L.A., Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, Washington, D.C.
Watch Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues On Phone, Tablet Or Mobile
Prefer to watch your sports on your phone, tablet or mobile device? You’re in luck, buddy! The NBC Sports app has you covered! If you already have a cable or satellite subscription then you can access this app for free in the App Store, the Google Play store, or the Windows Store.
Remember Sling TV? You can watch the Wild play the Blues on the Sling app. Want to watch this game absolutely for free? Remember that the free trail only last for seven days. Sign up for a free Sling trial and download their app from the App store or Google Play store. You can also download on the Sling app on Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.
There’s yet another way to watch tonight’s game online. DIRECTV has a DIRECTV NOW app on App Store and Google Play store where you can see St. Louis vs. Minnesota for free if you sign up for the seven-day trial and cancel it before the trial period ends.
Time to watch some hockey, peeps!