Goal-hungry Wild look to snap skid

The Wild are in Colorado tonight to try to figure out how to win a game, or at least score a goal. It’s been a rough stretch. Minnesota has been held scoreless six straight periods in back-to-back losses against the Red Wings and Avalanche.
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The Wild are in Colorado tonight to try to figure out how to win a game, or at least score a goal. It’s been a rough stretch. Minnesota has been held scoreless six straight periods in back-to-back losses against the Red Wings and Avalanche.

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