Wild look to snap 10-game road skid

The Wild are in Toronto tonight for a date with the Maple Leafs. Niklas Backstrom gets the start in goal, as Minnesota hopes to stop a 10-game losing streak on the road.
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The Wild are in Toronto tonight for a date with the Maple Leafs. Niklas Backstrom gets the start in goal, as Minnesota hopes to stop a 10-game losing streak on the road.

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