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Wild open long homestand against Avs

The Wild return to action tonight at the Xcel Energy Center, hoping to stretch their winning streak to three games. They host Colorado, the first of a season-long six-game homestand. Through 18 games, Minnesota has the third-highest point total in the NHL.
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The Wild return to action tonight at the Xcel Energy Center, hoping to stretch their winning streak to three games. They host Colorado, the first of a season-long six-game homestand. Through 18 games, Minnesota has the third-highest point total in the NHL.

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