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Checking in on the future of the Minnesota Wild.
Iowa scored a touchdown against Milwaukee on Easter.
With just eight games remaining, the Wild will be home for six of those hoping to clinch a playoff spot
Unlike Minnesota, Iowa has a chance to claim top spot with 11 games left
The time away from Des Moines continues, but so do the wins
The Wild would get back in the win column ending their slump
The losing streak ends at 4, and a trade sends Kloos to Anaheim.
Iowa back in 1st place, winning streak, plus All-Star rosters announced. A busy recap for Iowa.
The season may be winding down, but the Wild (32-27-16, 80 pts) snuck in a win over the Admirals (38-31-6, 82 pts). Iowa can break their franchise record for points with a win in Milwaukee tomorrow night
The Wild (31-27-16, 78 pts) can match their highest point total in franchise history with a weekend sweep of the Admirals (38-30-6, 82 pts)
With an opportunity to play spoiler the Wild (31-27-16, 78 pts) showed some fight, but the IceHogs (40-26-8, 88 pts) were able to claim that final playoff spot in the Central
The Wild (31-26-16, 78 pts) were officially eliminated over the weekend while the IceHogs (39-26-8, 86 pts) can clinch a playoff berth with a win or an overtime loss
It’ll be a continuous uphill battle and things need to fall into place, but Iowa (31-26-15, 77 pts) finishes the season with a winning record against first place Chicago (38-22-11, 87 pts)
Though not officially eliminated yet, the Wild (30-26-15, 75 pts) are focused on simply returning to the win column against a potent team in the Wolves (38-21-11, 87 pts)
The Wild (30-25-15, 75 pts) will take on the Monsters (22-37-10, 54 pts) tonight as they look to return to the win column for the first time since Mar. 17th
Make it eight straight as the Wild’s (30-25-15, 75 pts) grueling back-slide continued tonight at the hands of a very strong Roadrunners (38-19-6, 82 pts) side that clinched a playoff berth
With the loss tonight, the Wild (30-24-15, 75 pts) drop to sixth in the division by virtue of winning percentage as the Roadrunners (37-19-6, 80 pts) keep on rolling
Lots of points left on the table as the Wild (30-23-15, 75 pts) fall five points behind fourth place with the Pacific-leading Roadrunners (36-19-6, 78 pts) coming to town
The Wild (30-21-14, 74 pts) pick a hell of a time to have their first three game skid of the season, but manage to hold onto fourth place after losing to the Griffins (35-24-7, 77 pts)
The Wild (30-20-14, 74 pts) trail the Griffins (34-24-7, 75 pts) by one point in overall record, but still cling to the third spot in the division by .001 in winning percentage