(St. Paul, MN) — The Minnesota Wild open up a two-game homestand tonight against the Vancouver Canucks in St. Paul. Regular goaltender Devan Dubnyk (DOOB-nick) will not play in this game, as he continues to recover from a groin injury. He told reporters yesterday that he is close to returning and will simply wait until head coach Mike Yeo gives him the go-ahead. Yeo says he wants to rest Dubnyk one more game, while give Darcy Kuemper (KEMP-er) the start again tonight. Minnesota will play six of its next seven games at home. The Wild are coming off a 1-0-and-2 west coast road trip and sit at 15-7-and-6 overall. The puck is set to drop tonight at 7 P-M at the Xcel Energy Center.