Wild could develop fierce rivalries with Winnipeg, Chicago

If the Wild's last two games against Winnipeg and Chicago are any indication of what's to come when the NHL realigns its conferences next season, fans are in for a treat. The intensity of the games indicate both cities will develop into the Wild's top rivals.
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If the Wild's last two games against Winnipeg and Chicago are any indication of what's to come when the NHL realigns its conferences next season, fans are in for a treat. The intensity of the games indicate both cities will develop into the Wild's top rivals.

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