Wild hope to bounce back against Flames

The Wild hobble into Calgary tonight to play the Flames. Injuries seem to be catching up with the club. Minnesota is playing without three key forwards, including Mikko Koivu, who leads the team with 28 points.
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The Wild hobble into Calgary tonight to play the Flames. Injuries seem to be catching up with the club. Minnesota is playing without three key forwards, including Mikko Koivu, who leads the team with 28 points.

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