The beginning of the Mike Yeo era started off very well in Minnesota. The Wild held the best record in the Western Conference late into December and looked poised to make a run at a division title and playoff berth for the first time in four years. However, a slew of injuries to top playmakers Devin Setoguchi, Pierre Marc-Bouchard and Mikko Koivu accompanied by a horrendous offense that finished dead last with 2.02 goals per game ultimately ended any hopes of the Wild returning to the postseason. Although the defense held up reasonably well (2.65 GAA, 13th in the league) the Wild could not overcome a lack of goal scoring from its first and second lines and ultimately finished 12th in the conference.
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