CALGARY, Alberta (AP) -- The Minnesota Wild are still in contention for the Northwest Division title. They're also in danger of falling out of playoff contention.
Minnesota will try to avoid a season-high fourth consecutive loss on Monday night when the Calgary Flames look to play spoiler again.
Just five points behind Vancouver with seven games remaining, the Wild (22-16-3) have a chance to end the Canucks' four-year run atop the division. Minnesota, though, should be more concerned about generating some offense in what could turn into the club's fifth straight non-playoff season.
The Wild scored twice on a just-completed 0-2-1 homestand and have netted eight goals during their 1-5-1 swoon.
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