It’s taken 27 games, but the Wild has become the offensive juggernaut fans expected.

Or, the Wild simply exposed everybody to how frail the Colorado Avalanche is defensively.

It’s probably a little bit of both, but the Wild pulled off a home-and-home sweep with the Western Conference cellar dwellers Saturday afternoon at the Pepsi Center with a 6-4 victory.

The Wild scored 11 goals in consecutive meetings with the Avs — 10 at even-strength, with all four lines contributing on the score sheet.

Minnesota is in first place in the Northwest Division heading into Monday's game at second-place Vancouver.