Wild look to snap streak in Edmonton

The Wild end a three-game road trip tonight with a stop in Edmonton to take on the slumping Oilers, who have lost four straight. Minnesota is winless in its last five games after bolting to the top of the NHL standings.
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The Wild end a three-game road trip tonight with a stop in Edmonton to take on the slumping Oilers, who have lost four straight. Minnesota is winless in its last five games after bolting to the top of the NHL standings.

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