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  • Power Play Struggles Plague Otherwise Dominant Wild


    It's hard to say bad things about a pair of power play units that do everything except score when on the ice.

    If we're going off of yesterday alone, it's easy to say it was all due to the exceptional play of Jonathan Quick. In fact, you'd be right. Out-shot 41-16, the defending Stanley Cup champs managed to grind one out on the back of their goaltender yesterday in a win they just didn't deserve. However, a team that goes 0-for-5 on the power play - with 14 shots on goal in that span - doesn't exactly deserve to win either. There were shots off the pipe/crossbar, whiffs and other missed chances - something that has become a disturbing trend for Minnesota's anemic offense.

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