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Continued: Wild stumbles again as St. Louis sends a message

  • Article by: MICHAEL RUSSO , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 28, 2014 - 5:35 AM

From that point, coach Mike Yeo said, “[The Blues] smelled blood and they went after it.”

The Wild’s power play was 0-for-6. It gave up a shortie. Its penalty kill was scored on twice and has allowed 11 power-play goals on 31 chances the past 12 games (64.6 percent).

“Our special teams have been terrible,” Suter said. “We have to figure that out, or we’re not even going to make the playoffs.”

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