Minnesota Wild start fast, hold on for 3-2 win over New York Rangers

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Minnesota Wild start fast, hold on for 3-2 win over New York Rangers
Minnesota Wild start fast, hold on for 3-2 win over New York Rangers

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Devan Dubnyk and the Minnesota Wild are getting plenty of practice in defending three-goal leads. Dubnyk made 32 saves, and Minnesota's three-goal advantage held up for the third straight game as the Wild beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Tuesday night. Eric Staal, Zach Parise and Marcus Foligno all scored in the first 6:17 for the Wild, who ran their home point streak to a franchise-record 13 games (10-0-3). “We'll take three-goal leads every game,” Staal said. “We'll do that every time. That's fine. Three's a big hill. For us to be able to come out with that lead and to be able to get that, it's big. “Human nature, I think, is sometimes you sit back and the other team's got

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