Patrik Laine plays air-violin after burying Wild in Game 2

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Not only can he shoot a mean puck, Patrik Laine can apparently play a savage air-violin, too.

After pounding in the final nail in the Wild’s coffin in Game 2 on Friday, the Jets’ super sophomore temporarily turned his stick from a goal-scoring weapon into a musical prop as he ‘played the violin’ directly in front of Minnesota’s bench during his celebration fly-by.

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Salt, meet wound:

A somber tune for the Wild, indeed, as the Jets took care of home ice during Games 1 and 2, following up a 3-2 win in the opener with a dominant 4-1 victory on Friday. On top of grabbing a 2-0 series lead and outscoring the Wild 7-3 through the first two contests, Winnipeg has outshot Minnesota 83-37 while holding a 78-56 edge in hits during what has been a good old fashion drubbing for the Jets so far.

In his first NHL postseason, Laine has posted two goals and a helper with 10 shots on goal through just two games. Not bad, kid!

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