Updated: 04/30/2014 8:54 AM
Created: 04/28/2014 2:18 PM KSTP.com
By: Andrea Mayeux
The Minnesota Wild hopes to add some extra strength to its No. 1 power play for Game 6 at Xcel Energy Center.
Coach Mike Yeo moved Mikael Granlund to his top power play line ahead of Monday night's matchup against the Colorado Avalanche.
It's still unclear if Avalanche center Matt Duchene (knee), its leading scorer, will make the lineup. Avs coach Patrick Roy said Duchene would be a game-time decision, following a doctor's evaluation. He'll take part in pregame warmups then he and the doctors will determine if he can play.
If the Wild win Game 6, the series heads back to Colorado Wednesday for Game 7. The start time for the game has not yet been set.
Both teams held morning skates in St. Paul and talked to the media.
Click on the video box above to hear from Yeo, Zach Parise, defenseman Nate Prosser, and Avs forward Paul Stastny.