(Seattle, WA)  —  The Wild will end their three game west coast swing tonight with a final stop in Seattle.  The Kraken blanked the Wild 4-0 last Thursday in St. Paul.  It was part of a goal drought that stretched 159 minutes and 45 seconds as the Wild were shutout in Los Angeles 1-0 to start the road trip.  Finally the Wild broke through on Wednesday night with a 4-1 win in Anaheim including a pair of goals from Kirill Kaprizov.  He scored twice on the power play and now has 10 goals in 13 games and tied for third in the N-H-L in scoring.  Meanwhile the Kraken are amongst the hottest teams in the league with five consecutive wins.  Minnesota is expecting both Jordan Greenway and Marcus Foligno to return to the line up with Marc Andre Fleruy back in goal.  Puck drops at 9 P-M tonight from Climate Pledge Arena.

Wild winger Marcus Foligno is expected to be in the line up tonight against the Kraken

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