(SportsNetwork.com) - The holiday shopping season is in full swing, but the Arizona Coyotes havent been able to buy a home victory in over a month. The Coyotes will try to prevent what is now a franchise-record losing streak at home from getting any longer on Saturday night as they take on the Minnesota Wild. Arizona set a new mark in home futility with Thursdays 5-1 setback to the Nashville Predators. That loss dropped the Coyotes to 0-6-2 in their past eight games at Gila River Arena, a franchise record that includes the clubs time as the original Winnipeg Jets. The Coyotes Antoine Vermette scored the games first goal, but netminder Mike Smith allowed five goals on 38 shots. Arizona has been outscored 19-5 over a season-high four-game slide and is 2-7-2 in its past 11. Its important for us to stick to our game regardless of whats going on and continue to push forward, said Coyotes forward Sam Gagner. Arizona, which has not won at home since Nov. 4, has now lost the first three of a five-game residency that ends on Tuesday versus Edmonton and will look to rebound from a loss that head coach Dave Tippett labeled as both frustrating and disappointing. I think theres a lot of guys in (the dressing room who) care and want to do better, added Tippett. Were not finding the results we want, so the frustration continues to build. But until we turn that frustration into mental resolve and getting the job done, more frustration will pile up. More frustration could be on tap tonight given that the Coyotes have lost three straight to the Wild, including a 2-0 setback in Minnesota on Oct. 23 in the first of three meetings this season. Smith made 27 saves, but the Wild got a 26-save effort from Darcy Kuemper in the shutout. Minnesota also has won its past three in Arizona and will try to bounce back from Thursdays 2-1 setback to the San Jose Sharks. The Wild were hoping to win consecutive games for the first time since a four-game run from Nov. 13-20 but instead have split their last 10 games overall. Kuemper made 28 saves versus the Sharks and defenseman Christian Folin netted his first NHL goal in his 12th career game. But San Jose struck back not long after that tally to keep control. We put ourselves in a winnable hockey game, Wild head coach Mike Yeo said. In the end, we just didnt do quite enough. Wild defenseman Marco Scandella served the first of his two-game suspension for an illegal check to the head on the New York Islanders Brock Nelson in the third period on Tuesday. Minnesota lost defenseman Keith Ballard indefinitely in the same game after he suffered facial fractures and a concussion on a scary hit along the mid-ice boards. 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The win could be costly because Memphis played the final 6:37 without starting guard Mike Conley, who sprained his right ankle when he landed on J.J. Bareas foot. Conley had 12 points on 4-of-14 shooting after scoring a combined 46 in his last two outings. He is to be re-evaluated Saturday. "I can put weight on it now," Conley said. "Tomorrow is looking iffy, but hopefully after some treatment tonight and the next day we will go from there." Memphis hosts Milwaukee Saturday. Playing on a sore left ankle throughout the second half, Love led Minnesota with 28 points and 16 rebounds. Kevin Martin had 14 points for the Timberwolves, who lost for just the second time in seven games. "We had our chances in the end and had some really, really great looks. We just didnt convert," Love said. Randolph did. He scored six points during a 9-2 Memphis run that turned a one-point deficit into a 91-85 lead with 59.6 seconds to play and later added two free throws. "Hes the man, hes the go-to player. Hes a proud man, hes an extremely competitive man," said Memphis coach David Joerger. "Think of all the banging those guys take night in and night out, year in and year out. When he got down there and got it done going 11 of 20 with some offensive rebounds, makes big free throws. Im really proud of him, really happy." With Minnesota trailing by one, Love scoreed on a fadeaway jumper and on a layup after a feed from Barea for an 83-80 lead midway through the fourth quarter.dddddddddddd Love hurt his left ankle when he collided with Marc Gasol on a drive with 2 minutes to play in the first half and landed on the foot of another Memphis player, yet gutted it out until halftime. "When I was moving it felt fine and I continued to keep it moving," Love said. "But right now it doesnt feel so good. We just need to do all we can before tomorrow night and hopefully be ready to go." Minnesota is at Atlanta on Saturday. Loves gimping was gone to start the second half much to the dismay of Memphis. With the Timberwolves trailing 59-43 early in the third quarter, Love scored 14 points during an 18-4 run to get them within two. His jumper with 12.8 seconds left in the quarter gave Minnesota its first lead of the game at 67-66. Love outscored the Grizzlies 18-16 in the frame. Ricky Rubio helped lead the comeback in the third with six assists, but did not get off the bench in the fourth as coach Rick Adelman thought Barea "was the best option for us to win." Rubio finished with six points on 2-of-7 shooting. "Its coachs decision and I respect it. He always does what he thinks is best for the team. Of course I wish I could play, but I respect my teammates and my coaches and what he decides," Rubio said. Early on, Memphis took advantage of Minnesota playing its second straight game without bruising centre Nikola Pekovic, who is out indefinitely with bursitis in his right ankle. Memphis had 36 points in the paint in the first half, and finished with 56. Gasol and Lee each had nine points in the first quarter as the Grizzlies shot 63.6 per cent from the field, and had 22 points in the paint in building a 30-22 lead. A putback by Randolph and a two-handed dunk by Ed Davis off a Minnesota turnover increased Memphis lead to 42-28 midway through the second quarter. NOTES: Minnesotas 37 first-half points were a season low. ... Memphis F Mike Miller, who was questionable after spraining his right thumb Wednesday, finished with five points. ... Minnesotas Gorgui Dieng blocked Davis twice in a 58-second span early in second. ... Joerger grew up in Staples, Minn. ' ' '