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  • PP, PK Just Not Good Enough for the Wild


    This was all the more troubling with the fact the Wild also was one of the worst penalty killing teams of the season. They finished the regular season with the 27th ranked PK. For a team that struggles to score like the Wild do, they better not allow goals and their PK has failed them all year long.

    With three of the five games between these two clubs being decided by one goal, the Wild need to buckle down and improve their play in special teams. Whether that means that the team needs to make Crawford make more than four saves during a power play, or boxing out the Hawks so that Bryzgalov can follow the puck all the way in and clearing the zone efficiently, the Wild need to be stronger than they were in the Avalanche series.

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