Filed under: Stream Game Day Streams 2015-16 Game 69: Montreal Canadiens vs. Minnesota Wild Contributors: Eyes On The Prize Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: 2015-16 Game 69: Montreal Canadiens vs. Minnesota Wild Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email With the lineup becoming even younger after a rash of recent injuries and illnesses, can the Habs play spoiler against a team hoping for a playoff berth? 12 Total Updates Since Mar 12, 2016, 8:00am EST Follow this stream March 13, 2016 Missing Subban By Scott Matla@scottmatla It was a frustrating affair on Saturday night, but a 4-1 loss wasn't without its positives. March 13, 2016 Barberio, Lessio impress in loss By ShannLeah@ShannLeah The injuries keep piling up for the Montreal Canadiens who hosted the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night. March 12, 2016 Tamed by the Wild By Veronica Canete@chile_pepper After a two-game win streak, the Habs can't overcome the significant injuries to key players. March 12, 2016 Habs vs Wild Player Rankings By Aruny Siv@arunysiv It's your turn to vote! March 12, 2016 Canadiens vs. Wild third period thread By Stephen Demone@s_demone10 The Habs are down 3-1 heading into the third period. March 12, 2016 Canadiens vs. Wild second period thread By Stephen Demone@s_demone10 The Habs trail 2-1 heading into the second period. March 12, 2016 Barberio makes a pass, scores the goal By Justin Blades@JustinBlades March 12, 2016 Condon's embarrassing giveaway By Matt Drake@DrakeMT March 12, 2016 Canadiens vs. Wild Game Thread By Stephen Demone@s_demone10 The decimated Canadiens' are in search of their third win in a row. March 12, 2016 Alex Galchenyuk goal montage By Nick Myers@99GoHabsGo99 Check out the best goals from the season for the Montreal Canadiens' number-one centre. March 12, 2016 Habs lines at practice By Namiko Hitotsubashi@namikohito March 12, 2016 Previewing Habs and Wild By Ian Murray@iancmy1 Facing a highly-motivated opponent and with injuries mounting still, can the Habs emerge unscathed tonight?