Kevin Gorg: Why the Wild are the real deal

Fox Sports North/KFAN hockey analyst Kevin Gorg spells out how the Minnesota Wild should be able to hang on to their current lead in the Western Conference Northwest Division.
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Fox Sports North/KFAN hockey analyst Kevin Gorg spells out how the Minnesota Wild should be able to hang on to their current lead in the Western Conference Northwest Division.

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