Wild, Avs skate for 8 at break

The Wild are in Colorado tonight to face the Avalanche. At stake: Eighth place in the Western Conference at the NHL All-Star break. Minnesota is also looking to win its second-straight game, something they haven’t done since early December.
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The Wild are in Colorado tonight to face the Avalanche. At stake: Eighth place in the Western Conference at the NHL All-Star break. Minnesota is also looking to win its second-straight game, something they haven’t done since early December.

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