Wild look to spoil Senator's home opener

After losing on Long Island, the Wild are in Ottawa tonight to face the Senators. It's the home opener for the Senators, who hope to pick up their first win of the NHL season. The Wild are 1-1 after two games.
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After losing on Long Island, the Wild are in Ottawa tonight to face the Senators. It's the home opener for the Senators, who hope to pick up their first win of the NHL season. The Wild are 1-1 after two games.

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