Coyle, Suter score late to help Wild rally to beat Edmonton


Edmonton 3

Wild 4

The Minnesota Wild scored two goals in the third period to come from behind to beat Edmonton 4-3 Tuesday night at the Xcel Energy Center.

1. One minute onslaught

Games can change in an instant and that's what happened in the third period Tuesday night. Ryan Suter and Charlie Coyle each found the back of the net within 43 seconds of one another during a key stretch of the third period.

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The stretch turned what was a one-goal Wild deficit into a Minnesota lead.

2. Super Suter

Suter's third period goal was his second of the night. It was also just his second goal of the season. His first put the Wild on the scoreboard midway through the third.

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3. Dubnyk shuts it down in the clutch

Devan Dubnyk was cleared after undergoing an MRI on his ailing knee Tuesday. By Tuesday night he was making saves and protecting the Wild's lead – late in the game.

Tweet of the Night

Tuesday night was Hockey Fights Cancer night at the Xcel Energy Center.

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The Wild host Chicago on Friday night.

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