Minnesota Wild lose to Chicago Blackhawks on Xcel Energy Center Ice

Wild 2, Blackhawks 4

The Minnesota Wild continue to disappoint me. The Wild lost to the Chicago Blackhaws at the Xcel Energy Center last night 2-4. It was the second sub-par NHL team to come to St Paul and the second time the Wild played terribly, but this time they didn’t squeak by with an overtime win.  The Wild have beat the Chicago Blackhawks 8 times in a row on the Xcel Energy Center ice – eight times! What happened on this ninth game? Blackhawks goalie Patrick Lalime. His strong goaltending and the Wilds weak scoring proved to be a winning combination for the Hawks.

The Minnesota Wild have got to figure out how to score and time is running out. 15 games until the playoffs...get it together Wild!

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