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Social media reacts to Wild-Stars Game 4 officiating

Some Minnesota fans, media members and more were left perplexed with the officiating in Sunday evening's NHL playoff contest between the Minnesota Wild and Dallas Stars.

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Minnesota Wild left wing Matt Boldy (12) and Dallas Stars center Luke Glendening (11) take the faceoff in the second period in game four of the first round of the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Xcel Energy Center on Apr 23, 2023.
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ST. PAUL — The NHL playoffs always bring out the takes from fans and media members around the league, and many let their opinion of the officiating in Sunday night's Game 4 — and the series so far — be known following Dallas' 3-2 win to level the first round series at two games apiece.

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Playing a hockey brand from the frigid rinks of Minnesota's northern neighbor, the Wild have shown they can hang with a bigger Dallas team through four games, even as they head south tied 2-2.

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