Wild Play Bruins At TD Garden In Lone Regular Season Home Matchup (Video)

BOSTON — The Minnesota Wild will play the Bruins on Tuesday night for the first and only time at TD Garden in the regular season.

Despite an average-looking 4-3-0 record, the Wild are among the NHL’s top teams. With that said, Tuesday night’s game in Boston is the second of a back-to-back for Minnesota following a tough loss to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Monday night. Minnesota and New York played a very physical game, and two Wild players (Jonas Brodin and Erik Haula) suffered hits that resulted in two Blueshirts (Chris Kreider and John Moore) being ejected.

The Bruins are looking for their second winning streak of the season following a 4-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday night. It arguably was Boston’s best performance of the season.

Check out the video below for a pre-game report from NESN.com Bruins beat writer Nicholas Goss. Stay tuned to NESN.com for live coverage of Bruins-Wild beginning at 7 pm.

Thumbnail photo via Tom Szczerbowski/USA TODAY Sports Images

TMZ logo

© 2019 NESN

NESN Shows

Partner of USATODAY Sports Digital Properties