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Published May 12, 2014, 05:17 PM

Minnesota Wild will once again have to prove their dominance at home to keep season going

St. Paul, MN (WDAY TV) – the Minnesota Wild will once again have to prove their dominance at home to keep their season going.

By: WDAY Staff Reports , WDAY

St. Paul, MN (WDAY TV) – the Minnesota Wild will once again have to prove their dominance at home to keep their season going.

That's after falling last night in Game 5 of their series with the Blackhawks in Chicago 2-1.

Minnesota scored first on a rebound goal from Erik Haula, but for the first time in this series, the team that scored first didn't win the game.

The Blackhawks responded by scoring two grinding goals from Brian Bickell and Jonathan Toews and can eliminate the Wild tomorrow night.

Zach Parise/-1 Last Night: “I just don't think we played well enough all around to win, had a good chance to, but I don't think we were as sharp as we were the last two games.”

Charlie Coyle/Wild Forward: “Our heads aren't down. Series isn't over and like I said we have to focus on the next one that's all.

The Wild are unbeaten at home during the playoffs at 5-0, Game 6 is an 8pm faceoff tomorrow in St Paul.

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