Burns wants the Wild to lose every game

The Minnesota Wild will put their five game winning streak on the line Thursday when they play in San Jose. Not only will Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi be playing the Sharks for the first time, but Brent Burns will be facing the Wild for the first time. Burns says he loves Minnesota but wants the Wild to lose every game.
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The Minnesota Wild will put their five game winning streak on the line Thursday when they play in San Jose. Not only will Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi be playing the Sharks for the first time, but Brent Burns will be facing the Wild for the first time. Burns says he loves Minnesota but wants the Wild to lose every game.

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