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  • Wild Drops Game 5; Looks to Find Magic at Home


    If you're not counting Mikael Granlund's 60 percent effort in the face off dots, the rest of the Wild's centers were subpar at best.

    Special teams were again the difference maker in Game 5. The Blackhawks capitalized on the power play while the Wild were unable to convert on their single chance. The Wild couldn't get much going in the offensive zone to even draw penalties.

    Mike Yeo pulled the goalie with 2:17 left in regulation and got some good looks at the net with the top guns on the ice, but Crawford was strong again. With a less than a minute left, the Wild were able to get decent zone time, but the Blackhawks kept the play on the boards and the Wild were unable to muster any decent opportunity.

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