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Wild look to snap skid in Vancouver

The Wild face the Canucks tonight to try to snap their season-high three-game losing streak. It won’t be easy. Minnesota hasn’t won in Vancouver in nearly three years. The Wild now have the second best record in the NHL, trailing Chicago by a point.
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The Wild face the Canucks tonight to try to snap their season-high three-game losing streak. It won’t be easy. Minnesota hasn’t won in Vancouver in nearly three years. The Wild now have the second best record in the NHL, trailing Chicago by a point.

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