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Wild scores twice in four seconds, dropping the Ducks to the top of the NHL

Wild scores twice in four seconds, dropping the Ducks to the top of the NHL

Matt Boldy and Mats Zuccarello both scored four seconds apart in the third period on Friday to make an appearance for the Minnesota Wild.

Victor Rask, Matt Dumba, and Kevin Fiala both scored goals, and Kirill Kaprizov had two assists for the Wild. Kaapo Kahkonen made 39 saves to win his third start.

Anaheim beat Max Comtois and Trevor Zegras to a goal and an assist, while Derek Grant scored a goal and a break.

Anthony Stolarz, the Ducks' goalkeeper, was saved 2:05 in the third quarter after allowing three goals in the period and six on 29 shots overall. Lukas Dostal replaced him and halted 12 of the 13 shots he had fought.

Avalanche 4, Coyotes 3, or SO

The Avalanche were the biggest favorite in an NHL game in nearly 20 years, closing in the neighborhood of minus-700.

Andre Burakovsky scored a goal and an assist, but Mikko Rantanen and Tyson Jost also scored. Devon Toews also assisted, and the Avalanche were rewarded for their 13th straight match in a row.

Clayton Keller, Shayne Gostisbehere, and Johan Larsson had goals, Phil Kessel had two assists, and Ivan Prosvetov had 44 saves and two more in the shootout for the Coyotes.

Panthers 7, Stars 1

Sam Bennett scored three goals and added an assist to lead Florida to a two-game victory over Dallas in Sunrise, Fla.

Sergei Bobrovsky made 29 saves to raise his NHL record to 18-3-3. The Panthers have the NHL's best home record at 20-3-0, and they have scored at least four goals in 19 of the 23 games.

Jonathan Huberdeau, who leads the Panthers with 51 points and was named to his second All-Star team this week, added three assists. Roope Hintz scored in the third period for Dallas, resulting in Bobrovsky's first shutout of the season.

(Field Level Media)

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