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Wild look for second win in New York matinee

The Wild hope to keep up their fast pace and skate to another win on the young season. Minnesota faces the New York Islanders at noon for a Columbus Day matinee.
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The Wild hope to keep up their fast pace and skate to another win on the young season. Minnesota faces the New York Islanders at noon for a Columbus Day matinee.

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