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Wild looking for seventh straight

The Wild could snag a franchise best road streak Saturday in Phoenix. They've won the last six games overall and taken the last three in the series.
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The Wild could snag a franchise best road streak Saturday in Phoenix. They've won the last six games overall and taken the last three in the series.

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The Minnesota Wild have never won six straight on the road. They’ll have a chance to break that barrier tonight in Los Angeles against the Kings. They haven’t had much luck in L.A., though. They’ve only won one game there in the last seven tries, including a 5-2 loss in mid-November.

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