Wild skate for 5th straight win

Tonight the Wild are in San Jose to take on the Sharks. If they win, it’ll be their fifth straight victory and fifth straight win on the road. They’ve only done that once, in March of 2007.
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Tonight the Wild are in San Jose to take on the Sharks. If they win, it’ll be their fifth straight victory and fifth straight win on the road. They’ve only done that once, in March of 2007.

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