The Minnesota Wild look to continue their hot streak Tuesday night as they visit the Nashville Predators for their final road game of the season. The Wild have won three consecutive games over playoff teams, Florida, Los Angeles and Chicago. Via FoxNews.com:
"It's big for our club to finish strong and make sure we do things the right way instead of taking an early vacation here," said Setoguchi, whose team sits in 12th place in the Western Conference with 78 points.
The Predators are one point behind the Detroit Red Wings for fourth place in the Western Conference. Minnesota's season will come to a close after home games against the Chicago Blackhawks and the Phoenix Coyotes.