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Wild take over 3rd in Central with 4-1 victory over Kings

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The NHL's No. 1 penalty kill did it again. On a night the sluggish Wild looked very much like a team that played the night before, the Wild's power-play extinguishers hopped the boards and once again performed admirably. Behind the brilliant goaltending of Devan Dubnyk, one well-placed stick by defenseman Jonas Brodin and a lot of hard work by many others, the penalty kill kept the Wild from crumbling Saturday night and lifted the Wild to a fifth consecutive victory. Nino Niederreiter and Mikko Koivu each scored two goals and Dubnyk made 31 saves as the Wild took a 4-1 win from the Los Angeles Kings and overtook the Chicago Blackhawks for third in the Central ...

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