Streak ends. Wild lose 5-2 to Oilers

Minnesota had hoped to extend their four-year, 17-game home win streak against Edmonton Friday at Xcel, but the Oilers left with a 5-2 victory. The loss also snaps the Wild's four game winning streak.
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Minnesota had hoped to extend their four-year, 17-game home win streak against Edmonton Friday at Xcel, but the Oilers left with a 5-2 victory. The loss also snaps the Wild's four game winning streak.

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