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Wild jet to Winnipeg looking for 8th straight win

The Minnesota Wild -- the NHL's only 20-game winner so far -- look to hit 21 tonight in Winnipeg. The Wild are riding a seven-game winning streak as they continue to surge under first-year coach Mike Yeo.
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The Minnesota Wild -- the NHL's only 20-game winner so far -- look to hit 21 tonight in Winnipeg. The Wild are riding a seven-game winning streak as they continue to surge under first-year coach Mike Yeo.

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