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Wild resets, moves on from Wednesday loss to pivotal Game 5 in St. Louis

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ST. PAUL, Minnesota — The Minnesota Wild will be looking for redemption in Game 5 of the Western Conference quarterfinals against the St. Louis Blues.

Friday night's matchup in St. Louis will be pivotal in the best-of-seven series with the teams tied at 2-and-2.

Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice, and the Blues sent Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk to an early exit during a dominating 6-1 victory in Game 4 Wednesday night. The Wild is vowing to forget that nightmare of a game and move on.

Dubnyk says it's one hockey game, so they'll reset and get back at it.

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