By NICOLINO DIBENEDETTO
A slew of injuries may be catching up to the Minnesota Wild.
Visiting the Calgary Flames could get them untracked.
The Wild will try to snap a four-game slide by prolonging the Flames' four-game skid and continuing their success at Scotiabank Saddledome on Tuesday night.
Minnesota (20-9-5) is without forwards Mikko Koivu (leg), Devin Setoguchi (lower-body injury), Guillaume Latendresse (concussion), Casey Wellman (wrist) and defenseman Justin Falk (back).
It's unclear when any of those five will return, and Koivu's absence may be the most significant considering the captain leads the Wild with 28 points.
Those injuries have certainly played a factor in Minnesota's slide, which hit four with Monday's 4-0 loss at Vancouver - the club's most lopsided of the season.
Due to a 12-2-0 run prior to this skid, the Wild still have a three-point lead over the Canucks atop the Northwest Division.
"It's not about the standings," said goaltender Niklas...