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Published November 21, 2013, 05:23 PM

Wild tied atop Central Division

St. Paul, MN (WDAY TV) - The Minnesota Wild avoided losing back to back games last night as they kept trading punches with the Ottawa Senators and picked up a 4-3 win, which gives the Wild 32 points, one shy of the lead in the NHL, and tied atop the Central Division.

By: WDAY Staff Reports , WDAY

St. Paul, MN (WDAY TV) - The Minnesota Wild avoided losing back to back games last night as they kept trading punches with the Ottawa Senators and picked up a 4-3 win, which gives the Wild 32 points, one shy of the lead in the NHL, and tied atop the Central Division.

Dany Heatley/Goal, Assist Last Night: “Our young guys are playing prominent rolls on our team and they are real young guy’s first or second years. You get a lot better with experience and then you have our core group that is just as good as any bodies. We are excited about our team.”

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