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  • Wild lose fifth straight in 3-1 loss to Ducks



    Rickard Rakell finally put the game away with a little over 6 minutes left in the game with his tenth of the year. It was a pretty tic-tac-toe passing play, that was the result of a bad series of shifts from the Wild that saw the Ducks getting close. The Wild tried to muster up a comeback, but Gibson was strong in net, and, frankly, the Wild don't score and never beat the Ducks. Jakub Silfverberg netted an empty net goal with under a minute to play to seal the deal.

    That's now five losses in a row. Even with three days off leading up to the game, the Wild couldn't find the back of the net and the power play is going through an existential meltdown. "Why is the Wild power play?"

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