-72 games on FSN/FSN+
-9 games on NBCSN
-1 game on NBC
NBCSN games feature all the regular national opponents like Chicago, Washington, Pittsburgh San Jose, Dallas along with a couple surprises like St. Louis and Phoenix. The NBC game is February 17th against Detroit. It looks like the Wild are above the Wolves and Gophers in FSN/FSN+ games but below the Twins given the number of April late-season FSN+ telecasts.
Blog: First Round Bust: A Cast of Thousands celebrating a rather dodgy track record of Minnesota Wild Drafting.
"Will beats skill when skill doesn't have enough will."
Any idea which ones will be picked up by FS-Wisconsin, or how being in the Milwaukee market will affect me if I choose to get Gamecenter Live? I'm just afraid I'll be blacked out of everything.
Games in Milwaukee are on FS Wisconsin or the FS Wisconsin alternate channel (unless there's a Bucks and Brewers game on at the same time).
At least that's the way it was last year for the two companies I had (Time Warner and AT&T U-Verse.)
Since baseball and basketball seasons only overlap for a few games in April, chances are there will be about 65-70 Wild games on FS Wisconsin next year, assuming they do the same thing they did last year.