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Follow me on Twitter for random hockey talk, question and answer sessions, and the odd witty tweet Twitter Buttons The battle for the Northwest Division heats up tonight, as the Vancouver Canucks host the Minnesota Wild. The Canucks are in a bit of a mini slump after dropping their last two games to the Sharks and Kings, but still remain atop the division with 51 points. The clock appears...
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