Minnesota Wild win two in a row and finish long road trip on a happy note (12/15)

Wild 2, Kings 1

The Minnesota Wild beat the Los Angeles Kings Saturday night 2-1 at Staples Center. Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding was the star of the game making 37 saves. Scoring for the Wild were Marian Gaborik and Brian Rolston. The game wasn’t on TV (second game/night in a row!) and I am looking forward to the Wild returning to St Paul next week to take on the Nashville Predators, New York Rangers and Detroit Red Wings. I miss the Xcel Energy Center and I am sure the Wild will be happy to be on their home ice as well.

With the Los Angeles Kings victory, the Minnesota Wild now have 38 points and are just one point behind the Colorado Avalanche in the Northwest Division. Let’s go Wild!

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