The Los Angeles Kings and the Minnesota Wild will square off at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday in an early-season NHL match-up. The game can be seen on Fox Sports North, Fox Sports Wisconsin and Fox Sports West, and can also be seen via live stream on desktops, mobile phones, iPhones, iPad tablets, and internet devices at the free link provided below.
The defending Stanley Cup champion Kings look to extend their hot start to the 2014-15 season against a Minnesota side that is also playing well in the early stages of the season. Los Angeles currently sports a 3-1-1 record while the Wild are 2-1-0 thus far in the season.
Live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Wild vs. Kings NHL game can be watched online with a live stream starting at 3 p.m. ET. Fox Sports provides an HD quality online live streaming broadcast – on your desktop, tablet or mobile phone, the link is here.
The Wild will likely start Niklas Backstrom in goal, who would be making his first start in the net since January, after missing a lot of the 2013-14 season with an abdominal injury. He would be facing a Kings side that has won three straight games after losing its first two in defense of last season’s magical Stanley Cup run. Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick is coming off a 43-save shutout of St. Louis, while Tanner Pearson is playing well early for Los Angeles, leading the team with four goals and six points in the early going.
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