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Watch: Dubnyk somehow keeps the puck out of the net

Not one, but two, insane saves!
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Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk made two insane back-to-back saves on Saturday night against the New York Rangers.

Despite being down a man, the Rangers had two short-handed chances in the Wild's zone but Dubnyk prevailed.

It's hard enough to keep the opposition from scoring but it's even tougher when your own teammate comes crashing into you.

In 56 games this season, Dubnyk has posted a 34-16-3 record with a 2.11 GAA and a .930 Sv%.

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