Monday, February 6 2023

Star Tribune (Minneapolis)

Wild open seven-game homestand vs. Penguins with Fleury injured

The Wild haven’t had much success at home, but they’ll have plenty of opportunity to change that beginning Thursday when the team plays the first of seven in a row at Xcel Energy Center against the Penguins. “It’s going to be massive,” forward Tyson Jost said. “We need to make this a hard building to play in. Our fans are great. It’s a hostile environment. So, we need to feed off that energy.” …

Source: Yahoo Sports

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