(Sports Network) - For the second consecutive season, the Minnesota Wild haveposted a seven-game winning streak. On Friday night, they'll take aim at thesecond-longest winning streak in club history and try to win consecutive roadgames against the Dallas Stars for the first time.

The Wild put together a seven-game run from Nov. 28-Dec. 11, 2011, a streakthat had them atop the NHL standings with 41 points. However, they lost eightstraight and 15 of their next 17 and ended up missing the playoffs for afourth straight year.

Minnesota will hope to prevent a repeat of history as it visits Dallas for thesecond time this week. The Wild snapped a 16-game road slide against the Starswith Monday's 7-4 win, their first victory in Dallas since March 21, 2003 andimproved to 4-13-6 as the guest in the all-time series. They have never wontwo straight in Dallas.

The Wild followed up that win with a 4-3 home triumph over the Phoenix Coyoteson Wednesday, getting a game-tying marker from defenseman Ryan Suter with 55seconds left in regulation before Mikko Koivu won it at the 2:43 mark ofovertime.

Torrey Mitchell and Matt Cullen scored to give the Wild an early 2-0 leadbefore the Coyotes battled back. Niklas Backstrom ended with 24 saves.

"Good teams find ways to win hockey games," Koivu said. "Not to take anythingaway from Phoenix. They played a good game and made it hard, but I think justwith our systems we can do a better job. We know that and we're trying to fixthat and we'll try to play a better 60 minutes in Dallas."

The Wild continue to keep pace with the first-place Vancouver Canucks in theNorthwest Division and sit two points off the lead with two games in hand.They'll try to pull even with the idle Canucks tonight and post the longestwinning streak in club history behind only the team-record nine-game run fromMarch 8-24, 2007.

The extension of Koivu and Suter's hot play would help. Koivu has three goalsand eight points over a five-game point streak, while Suter has logged a pointin 12 of his last 15 games, with 18 points (3 goals, 15 assists) over thattime.

Koivu had a goal and an assist in Monday's 7-4 win over Dallas, though Suterwas held without a point. However, Minnesota's other big offseasonacquisition, Zach Parise, had a pair of goals and an assist in the win, whileBackstrom made 22 saves.

It was Minnesota's second straight win over Dallas, including a 1-0 home winon Jan. 20.

The Stars have not played since losing to the Wild and saw Jaromir Jagr scorein a fourth straight game on Monday. It was his team-leading 14th tally of thecampaign and he also has three assists over his last four games.

Alex Goligoski, Trevor Daley and Philip Larsen also scored, while Derek Royand Loui Eriksson added two assists each.

"Obviously not the result we wanted. We keep getting the lead and giving itaway," Dallas center Jamie Benn said.

Kari Lehtonen gave up six goals on 41 shots in the loss for the Stars, who hadwon three of their previous four and have split the first two of a five-gamehomestand.

Monday's game was also the first for Dallas since it dealt captain BrendenMorrow to the Pittsburgh Penguins a day earlier.

With the loss, the Stars are tied with three other teams for 10th in theWestern Conference and sit three points back of a playoff spot.

Jagr remains one assist shy of reaching 1,000 for his career.

The Stars have never been swept in a season series by the Wild.