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Wild Not Concerned About Recent Skid

March 18, 2017 01:57 PM

The Minnesota Wild is trying to stop its longest losing streak of the season Saturday when they host the New York Rangers.

The team has lost three straight and six of its last eight games.

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"No one is pushing the panic button just yet, and we still have a lot of confidence in this team," says Wild forward Jason Pominville.

The Wild haven't seen a stretch like this all season, but coach Bruce Boudreau knows it's something the team needs to fix sooner than later.

"I'm very confident whether it's today, tomorrow, or the next day our guys will get through this and we'll be a better team for it," he says.

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Jeff Brioschi

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