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Wild collapses again in loss to Ducks

The Minnesota Wild found a way to lose again on Tuesday night. A dominant first two periods from goalie Josh Harding, coupled with a goal from Dany Heatley, wasn't enough as Anaheim scored twice in the third period to earn the win. The Wild is now 5-21 in its last 26 games.
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The Minnesota Wild found a way to lose again on Tuesday night. A dominant first two periods from goalie Josh Harding, coupled with a goal from Dany Heatley, wasn't enough as Anaheim scored twice in the third period to earn the win. The Wild is now 5-21 in its last 26 games.

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