Struggling Wild look to turn chances into goals

January 02, 2019 06:11 PM

Plain and simple, the Minnesota Wild have been struggling to get pucks in the net.

Over the last ten games, the Wild have averaged 33 shots on goal - but have turned them into just over two goals a game and a 3-6-1 record.


Those last ten games are part of a larger skid that's seen the Wild win just 7 of their last 21 games.  They've won back-to-back games just once over that 21-game span.

Click the video box on this page to hear Wild players discuss their recent head-scratching offensive woes as they prepare for a 4-game roadtrip   

They embark on a road trip that doesn't present them with the ideal spot to try to cure their ills.  Their 4-games-in-6-days roadtrip opens in Toronto against a Maple Leafs team that currently has the 2nd-best record in the National Hockey League.

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