After a very bad first six games in which the Wild failed to impress in any fashion, they came into Montreal looking to continue their long winning streak against the Canadiens (they beat Montreal nine straight times prior to Thursday) and get some momentum going ahead of their second home game of the year — which will also be against Montreal. The Minnesota Wild gave up three goals in the first period on the way to a 4-0 defeat at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens, their sixth loss of the young season. As one can imagine, frustration is high internally right now as they look for answers as to why they continue to play so poorly. The second The Athletic's Michael Russo tweeted this out, it exploded.
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