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Wild scoreless in St. Louis, Blues win 4-0

The surging Blues (36-15-7) extended Minnesota's latest losing streak to seven games Saturday afternoon with a 4-0 victory. In the last seven games, the Wild (25-24-9) have only scored nine goals. The Wild are back in St. Paul Sunday afternoon to take on the Bruins.
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The surging Blues (36-15-7) extended Minnesota's latest losing streak to seven games Saturday afternoon with a 4-0 victory. In the last seven games, the Wild (25-24-9) have only scored nine goals. The Wild are back in St. Paul Sunday afternoon to take on the Bruins.

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