#61 San Jose
#62 Minnesota

Sunday January 24, 2021
at 8:05pm EST

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The San Jose Sharks and the Minnesota Wild will clash for their second consecutive game against each other on Sunday night in the Xcel Energy Center. In their last game, which took place on Friday night, the Wild won 4-1 by outscoring the Sharks 3-0 in the last two periods. The Sharks now are 2-3-0 and are tied for sixth in the West Division while the Wild are 4-1-0 and tied for the top spot in the division. This will be the sixth game of an eight-game road trip to begin the season for San Jose.... Read more



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The San Jose Sharks will be going for their second win in three games when they face the Minnesota Wild on Sunday night. The Wild defeated the Sharks 4-1 in their previous game. San Jose is 5-3-2 in its last 10 games against Minnesota. Sharks Trying To Bounce Back From LossThe Sharks are off to a poor start this season, losing three of their first five games. They lost to the Wild in their last game and will try to bounce back with a win on Sunday and even up the series. https://twitter.com/i/st... Read more



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Minnesota Wild (4-1) vs San Jose Sharks (2-3) Game Info: Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 8:00 pm (Xcel Energy Center) Betting Odds: Minnesota Wild -157 / San Jose Sharks +135 --- Over/Under: 6.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds Where to Watch: FS-North, FS-Wisconsin, NBCS-California Stream live sports and exclusive originals on ESPN+. Sign up now! The San Jose Sharks and the Minnesota Wild meet in NHL action from Xcel Energy Center on Sunday. The San Jose Sharks will look to bounce back from a 4-1 los... Read more



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After a home-opening victory over San Jose that was much tougher than the score suggests, the Minnesota Wild return to home ice Sunday night in St. Paul, Minn., with the Sharks looking to find an elusive offense. The Wild captured Friday night's game, 4-1, yet, the outcome was very much in doubt until the Wild scored a pair of empty netters in the final 75 seconds. What's more, Minnesota's starting netminder Cam Talbot left the game with a noncontact injury. Talbot's availability is uncertain fo... Read more