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The Minnesota Wild have been a franchise for more than two decades. And no matter who the face of the franchise has been, he historically hasn't had a lot of help in the postseason.
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He finished with 28 saves in Game 4, frustrating the Wild with his consistent play between the pipes.
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The movement started with local company, SotaStick, and has taken on a mind of its own over the past few seasons.

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Jared Spurgeon and Matt Dumba returned to the Wild lineup against the rival Colorado Avalanche.
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With the Wild fighting the puck for most of the game, Talbot remained extremely calm in the crease, finishing with 31 saves on the night.
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It was obvious that the Wild had to get more physical at the trade deadline and that’s exactly what they did.
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The most glaring mark on Fleury’s resume so far is the 5-3 loss to the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night
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With games against the Calgary Flames and Colorado Avalanche left on the schedule, the Wild still control their own destiny as far as getting home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

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Fortunately for Foligno, he only had minor symptoms last week. Unfortunately for Foligno, his wife and kids got it, too.
The case involves Tom “Chico” Adrahtas, who began coaching youth hockey in Illinois in the early 1980s, worked as an assistant men’s coach for the University of Minnesota in 1984-85 and coached elsewhere until 2018.
Laurila, a 15-year-old defenseman, is one of seven Minnesota-born players to make the roster but he's also the rare bantam player who has made the leap to the national development team.

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