Wild: Coyle back on top line, Heatley to third line


In advance of Tuesday's game between the Wild and Calgary Flames, Minnesota head coach Mike Yeo mixed up the line combinations during Monday's practice.

Yeo also mixed up his power play unit. The Wild is in a 3-for-34 slump with the man advantage. In an attempt to fix the scoring woes Yeo put rookie Mikael Granlund on the top power play team with Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu. He then place Dany Heatley on the second unit with Matt Cullen and Devin Setoguchi.

Cal Clutterbuck will miss a second straight game when they host Calgary on Tuesday night, according to the Pioneer Press.

Clutterbuck suffered a nasty thigh contusion when Edmonton's Taylor Hall put a "dirty hit" on him last week.

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