After a remarkable effort last month, the Phoenix Coyotes have had a hard time getting things going in March.
A matchup with the injury-plagued Minnesota Wild could be just what they need to get back on track.
Hoping to avoid a fifth consecutive regulation loss for the first time in more than three years, Phoenix looks to add to the visiting Wild's recent woes Thursday night.
Phoenix (33-25-9) proved next to unbeatable during an 11-0-1 run in February but has failed to carry over any momentum into March, dropping to 0-4-0 this month with Tuesday's 3-2 loss at Columbus. The Coyotes are in seventh place in the Western Conference but trail Pacific Division-leading Dallas by two points.
"We talked about a few things not going our way right now," coach Dave Tippett said. "We have to keep our head above water. We've got to get back at it and find a way to get a win."
A visit from Minnesota (28-29-10) could help the Coyotes do just that. The Wild are 3-...