There’s no denying it: the Minnesota Wild is on a slippery slope right now. The team that enjoyed first place in the NHL for a time this season has done the unthinkable and lost 11 out of its last 12 games. Sure, injuries played a significant part in the slide, but the rest of the league isn’t going to wait around for the Wild to get healthy again. At this point...
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