Wild winning streak ends, 3-1 in San Jose

The Minnesota Wild’s five game winning streak came to an end last night with a 3-1 loss in San Jose. The Sharks scored three goals in the second period to pull away for the win. Kyle Brodziak scored Minnesota's lone goal and Niklas Backstrom took the loss in net.
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The Minnesota Wild’s five game winning streak came to an end last night with a 3-1 loss in San Jose. The Sharks scored three goals in the second period to pull away for the win. Kyle Brodziak scored Minnesota's lone goal and Niklas Backstrom took the loss in net.

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