It took a shootout to beat San Jose Tuesday night, but the Wild needed the victory to stop a 1-8-3 slide. Tonight, Mike Yeo's club faces the Blackhawks, who also busted out of a slump this week.
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Wild beats Burns, Sharks with two late goals
The Minnesota Wild came back twice on Sunday to beat the Sharks, 4-3 at the X. San Jose jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first three-and-a-half minutes of the game, and went up 3-2 in the third period on former Wild star Brent Burns’ 10th goal of the season. But Matt Cullen tied the score at three, and less than 80 seconds later Jed Ortmeyer scored the game-winner -- his first goal of the season.
Fire sale coming for Wild?
A big win for the Wild last night, as they beat San Jose 4-3 at the X. But the big question today is what the club will do as the NHL trading deadline approaches at 2 p.m. With the Wild’s playoff chances iffy at best, GM Chuck Fletcher might unload a few players to build for the future.
Wild look to extend streak in the Windy City
Minnesota has already been eliminated from playoff contention, but they're going for their third straight win when they visit the Chicago Blackhawks (44-26-9) Sunday night. The Wild (33-35-10) continue to play the role of spoiler with two back-to-back shootout wins against the Florida Panthers and the L.A. Kings.
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