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Wild hoping to rebound after ugly loss

Every member of the Minnesota Wild is doing it's best to forget about Tuesday night's third period collapse against the Nashville Predators. Head coach Mike Yeo said he had a hard time sleeping, but he's doing his best to get the team ready for Thursday's game in Colorado.
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Every member of the Minnesota Wild is doing it's best to forget about Tuesday night's third period collapse against the Nashville Predators. Head coach Mike Yeo said he had a hard time sleeping, but he's doing his best to get the team ready for Thursday's game in Colorado.

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