The Minnesota Wild (41-15-6) were shutout by the Columbus Blue Jackets (40-16-6) 1-0 last night on Ohio. Devan Dubnyk stopped 39 of 40 shots, only to be outdone by Columbus goalie Sergei Bobrovsky who stopped 38 of 38.

The Wild had one goal disallowed, and rang a handful off the pipe -- but at the end of the night it was a goose egg on the scoreboard.

The Wild remain three points ahead of Chicago in the Central Division, and Chicago's played one more game. Minnesota also remains on top of the Western Conference.


Next the Wild host the San Jose Sharks Sunday evening (3/5) at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.  Let's go Wild!

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