The Minnesota Wild (26-20-7) lost north of the border last night, falling to the Winnipeg Jets (28-18-10) 2-1 in overtime. The loss stops the Wild's winning streak at 6, but they still earned a valuable point in their push to make the playoffs.
The Minnesota Wild (26-20-6) beat the visiting Vancouver Canucks (29-20-3) 5-3 last night at the Xcel Energy Center for their sixth win in a row -- moving them to within three points of the final Wild Card spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Minnesota Wild (25-20-6) shutout the Colorado Avalanche (22-20-11) 1-0 last night at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. The win was Minnesota's fifth in a row, and lifted the Wild above the Avs in the standings; leaving them just 6 points behind Winnipeg.
The Minnesota Wild (24-20-6) will be going for their fifth consecutive win tonight when they host the Colorado Avalanche (22-19-11) tonight at the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild trail the Avs by one point, and a win will lift Minnesota over Colorado in the division standings.
Aided by newly acquired goalie Devan Dubnyk's three shutouts since joining the team, the Minnesota Wild (24-20-6) have now won four in a row, including last night's 3-0 win over the visiting Chicago Blackhawks (31-18-2) at the Xcel Energy Center.
The Minnesota Wild (23-20-6) completed a three-game sweep of Western Canada with a 4-2 win this afternoon against the Vancouver Canucks (27-18-3) in British Columbia. The win comes on the heels of a pair of wins last week in Calgary and Edmonton. The Wild have won 4 of their last 6 games.
Zach Parise scored the game's only goal in the first period, assisted by Thomas Vanek, and Devan Dubnyk made 30 saves to earn the shutout. It was Dubnyk's second shutout since joining the Wild and 11th of his career.
The NHL announced yesterday that the Minnesota Wild will host the Chicago Blackhawks outdoors at TCF Bank Stadium on February 21, 2016. It will be the Wild's first outdoor game. It will be Chicago's fourth outdoor game, and it's third in three years.
The Minnesota Wild stormed back from a three goal, third period deficit to tie the Red Wings in Detroit Tuesday night before falling in a shootout. It was the last game for the Wild before the All Star Break until its next game in Edmonton on January 27th.
Neither team scored in the second period, in which the Wild outshot Columbus 12-9. Parise had a chance to give Minnesota a 2-1 lead on a penalty shot in the second, but saw the puck roll off his tape and trickle wide of the goal.
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