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Wild look to gain momentum heading into All-Star break

Updated: January 16, 2020 05:26 PM

The Minnesota Wild held morning skate prior to their Thursday night game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Following the skate, players and head coach Bruce Boudreau spoke to the media.

***CLICK ON THE VIDEO BOX ABOVE TO HEAR FROM  ZACH PARISE, JASON ZUCKER, AND BOUDREAU***

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Wild left winger Zach Parise spoke about getting over the loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, what they need to do to get a win, and what Hockey Day (Saturday) means to him and the team.

Wild left winger Jason Zucker also spoke about getting over the Pittsburgh loss, what the team has to do better on power plays, and the imprtance of the next two games as the league heads into the NHL All-Star break.

Boudreau spoke about the team as a whole, what they need to improve, and how these next two games can help catapult the team into the right direction.

The Wild are coming off a 7-3 loss at Pittsburgh. 

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