National Hockey League

Wild's power play surges in 8-3 win over Avalanche

After beginning the season with the worst unit in the NHL, scoring just three goals in 50 opportunities, the Wild has started to show signs it's leaving that rut behind.

Over the last 15 games, the team has 13 power play goals to climb out of the basement of the league – sitting 27th overall at 14.8 percent after its 4-for-5 night against Colorado.

His goal came after he briefly left the action in the first period after absorbing a high hit from Colorado's Jacob MacDonald.

An 8-3 win and four power play goals against one of the NHL's best teams provided clarity on what we can expect from the Wild when it reaches the postseason.

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