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NHL Roundup: Wild Scores, Ducks Dump Twice in 4 Seconds

January 14, 2022; St. Paul, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Wild’s left-wing Matt Bordi (12) congratulates his teammates after scoring a goal with Anaheim Ducks in the third period at the Xcel Energy Center. Required Credits: David Berding-USA TODAY Sports

January 15, 2022

Matt Bordi and Mats Zuccarello scored every four seconds in the third period of Friday to highlight Anaheim Ducks’ Minnesota Wild 7-3 defeat in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Zuccarello has two goals and assists, with Bordi and Ryan Hartman scoring goals and assists, respectively. Victor Rusk, Matt Damba and Kevin Fiara also scored, and Kirill Kaprizov had two assists for Wild. Minnesota’s Capocafukonen made 39 saves and won the start three times in a row.

Max Comtois and Trevor Zegras scored Anaheim’s goals and assists, and Derek Grant also found the net.

Duck goalkeeper Anthony Stralz was raised to the third period at 2:05, allowing three goals in that period and six goals in a total of 29 shots. Lucash Dostal replaced him and stopped 12 of the 13 shots he faced.

Avalanche 4, Coyote 3 (SO)

Nazem Kadri scored the only shootout goal that helped Colorado avoid the turmoil by defeating Arizona in Denver. According to several sportsbooks, Avalanche has been the biggest favorite of NHL games in almost 20 years, ending around minus 700.

Andre Brakovsky scored goals and assists, Mikko Rantanen and Tyson Jost also scored, and Devon Taves gave Avalanche two assists to his 13th straight home win. The team will play again in Arizona on Saturday night.

Clayton Keller, Shane Gostis Behere and Johan Larsson scored goals, Phil Kessel scored two assists, Ivan Prosvetov saved 44 and Coyote’s shootout scored another two assists.

Panthers 7, Star 1

Sam Bennett scored three goals and added assists, leading Florida to another home victory with a defeat in Dallas, Florida.

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

Jonathan Yuberdeau, who led the Panthers with 51 points and was nominated for the second All-Star team this week, added three assists. Roope Hintz scored in Dallas’ third period, ruining Bobrovsky’s first shutout attempt.

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NHL Roundup: Wild Scores, Ducks Dump Twice in 4 Seconds

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