Minnesota Wild Go Streaking, String Together a Few Nice Wins

January 7th, 2011 by Tim Meehan Leave a reply »
After a dismal game to finish out the year 2010, the Minnesota Wild almost look ready to start making waves in the ultra competitive Northwest Division of the Western Conference.

After snapping off a three-game winning streak, which matches the best they've done so far this season, the Wild looked poised to try to make something happen.

Unless, of course, the buzzsaw of an upcoming schedule doesn't cut them in half.

Going 7-2-1 over the past ten games is impressive for this club, especially considering they came across six teams that are currently playoff bound and played a home and home series against the Calgary Flames—who, no matter what the standings say, always put up a tough fight against their rival.

Is this a turning point for the Wild?

They are making a solid run to get themselves into a position to take a playoff spot from some other deserving team following the All-Star festivities.

How the Wild keep managing to win these games is the important thing to look at. 

The top two goal scores for the Wild (Brent Burns and Cal Clutterbuck) are not exactly who you would hope to be lead ...

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